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Das Stue Berlin


A stately modernist building from the 1930s formerly housing the Danish Embassy has now been transformed into a boutique hotel reflecting a noble yet contemporary style. The neoclassical architecture frames a rather minimalist interior with numerous artistic details. The expressive rooms and suites are individually furnished and feature dark colours, rich surfaces and opulent fabrics. They also showcase a vintage photography collection primarily focused on fashion from the 1950s and 60s from artists such as Horst P. Horst, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Richard Avedon, Frank Horvat and William Klein among many others. The common spaces are based on a concept by renowned designer Patricia Urquiola. She chose to combine a homelike atmosphere with striking installations, such as a life-sized bronze crocodile head by Quentin Garel or an LED light sculpture by Christian Schneider-Moll.

 

Das Stue


Drakestraße 1
10787 Berlin

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Das Stue Berlin


A stately modernist building from the 1930s formerly housing the Danish Embassy has now been transformed into a boutique hotel reflecting a noble yet contemporary style. The neoclassical architecture frames a rather minimalist interior with numerous artistic details. The expressive rooms and suites are individually furnished and feature dark colours, rich surfaces and opulent fabrics. They also showcase a vintage photography collection primarily focused on fashion from the 1950s and 60s from artists such as Horst P. Horst, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Richard Avedon, Frank Horvat and William Klein among many others. The common spaces are based on a concept by renowned designer Patricia Urquiola. She chose to combine a homelike atmosphere with striking installations, such as a life-sized bronze crocodile head by Quentin Garel or an LED light sculpture by Christian Schneider-Moll.

 

Das Stue


Drakestraße 1
10787 Berlin

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Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski München


One of the most prestigious addresses in Munich is Maximilianstraße, a street dominated by art galleries, fashion boutiques and jewellery stores of the first rate. Amidst the mostly neo-Gothic structures is a building from 1858 that was ordered by King Maximilian II to be “the finest hotel in town“. Since then, almost 300 rooms and suites not only offer luxurious ambiance but also form a presentation area for famous art. Selected walls and ceilings are covered with reproductions of old master paintings from the Wittelsbach royal family‘s private collection, which is exhibited in Munich‘s Alte Pinakothek museum. The exclusively enlarged art fragments on canvas underline the approach to create bespoke arrangements. The lobby, also known as “Munich’s most beautiful living room“, is roofed by a stained glass dome, which shelters local visitors and guests from all over the world during their afternoon tea.

 

Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski München


Maximilianstraße 17
80539 München

Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski München


One of the most prestigious addresses in Munich is Maximilianstraße, a street dominated by art galleries, fashion boutiques and jewellery stores of the first rate. Amidst the mostly neo-Gothic structures is a building from 1858 that was ordered by King Maximilian II to be “the finest hotel in town“. Since then, almost 300 rooms and suites not only offer luxurious ambiance but also form a presentation area for famous art. Selected walls and ceilings are covered with reproductions of old master paintings from the Wittelsbach royal family‘s private collection, which is exhibited in Munich‘s Alte Pinakothek museum. The exclusively enlarged art fragments on canvas underline the approach to create bespoke arrangements. The lobby, also known as “Munich’s most beautiful living room“, is roofed by a stained glass dome, which shelters local visitors and guests from all over the world during their afternoon tea.

 

Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski München


Maximilianstraße 17
80539 München

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Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam


Suitably located on Museumsplein and home of the former Sweelinck Conservatory of Music, the neo-Gothic building has recently been transformed into a luxury lifestyle hotel. The historical fabric is now part of a sophisticated interior concept created by Piero Lissoni. Clear lines, sublime colours and materials as well as a mix of modernist and contemporary elements characterize the award-winning Italian designer. 129 rooms and suites are dispersed on the eight floors of the landmark building, each characterized by particular furnishing or decorative details. The public spaces contribute likewise to this high-class 21st century ambiance. Generous windows showcase a signature transparent bar and a folded steel staircase among other impressive interior details. Art arrangements, musical motifs and contemporary configurations of classic Dutch paintings adorn the spaces.

 

Conservatorium Hotel


Van Baerlestraat 27
1071 AN Amsterdam

Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam


Suitably located on Museumsplein and home of the former Sweelinck Conservatory of Music, the neo-Gothic building has recently been transformed into a luxury lifestyle hotel. The historical fabric is now part of a sophisticated interior concept created by Piero Lissoni. Clear lines, sublime colours and materials as well as a mix of modernist and contemporary elements characterize the award-winning Italian designer. 129 rooms and suites are dispersed on the eight floors of the landmark building, each characterized by particular furnishing or decorative details. The public spaces contribute likewise to this high-class 21st century ambiance. Generous windows showcase a signature transparent bar and a folded steel staircase among other impressive interior details. Art arrangements, musical motifs and contemporary configurations of classic Dutch paintings adorn the spaces.

 

Conservatorium Hotel


Van Baerlestraat 27
1071 AN Amsterdam

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The Ritz-Carlton Kyoto


Most of the rooms and suites offer impressive views of Kamogawa River, the Higashiyama mountains and Old Kyoto. The interior inspired by Japanese cultural heritage, traditional décor and local craftsmanship features floor-to-ceiling windows with Zen garden terraces or panoramic outlooks, tatami mats or futons as well as other spatial specifics that promote contemplation and relaxation. In addition, a contemporary Japanese style complements the puristic and restrained ambiance. A vast art collection comprising 409 works from mainly local artists present the central artistic theme, a classic novel by Murasaki Shikibu from the 11th century named „The Tale of Genji“. The atmosphere of the protagonist’s residence is recreated in the public areas of the hotel. A rockery and three-story waterfall in the centre of the property add to a smooth transition between the natural and built elements.

 

 

The Ritz Carlton Kyoto


Kamogawa Nijo-Ohashi Hotori, Hokodencho, Nakagyo Ward,
Kyoto Prefecture 604-0902

The Ritz-Carlton Kyoto


Most of the rooms and suites offer impressive views of Kamogawa River, the Higashiyama mountains and Old Kyoto. The interior inspired by Japanese cultural heritage, traditional décor and local craftsmanship features floor-to-ceiling windows with Zen garden terraces or panoramic outlooks, tatami mats or futons as well as other spatial specifics that promote contemplation and relaxation. In addition, a contemporary Japanese style complements the puristic and restrained ambiance. A vast art collection comprising 409 works from mainly local artists present the central artistic theme, a classic novel by Murasaki Shikibu from the 11th century named „The Tale of Genji“. The atmosphere of the protagonist’s residence is recreated in the public areas of the hotel. A rockery and three-story waterfall in the centre of the property add to a smooth transition between the natural and built elements.

 

 

The Ritz Carlton Kyoto


Kamogawa Nijo-Ohashi Hotori, Hokodencho, Nakagyo Ward,
Kyoto Prefecture 604-0902

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Relais & Châteaux Park-Hotel Egerner Höfe


 

Set in the scenic alpine surroundings of Upper Bavarian lake Tegernsee, the Relais & Châteaux member hotel incorporates local tradition and contemporary luxury at its best. The name “Höfe“, German word for farmhouses, illustrates the concept: Individual dwellings scattered throughout the park grounds compose a rural housing estate. The buildings‘ aspect is simple, traditional and very typical for this area. Such is the mostly wooden interior with decorative elements in a rustic style, mixed with modern furniture pieces and design. Regional materials and craftsmanship reflect the holistic concept. The artwork on display includes watercolour paintings by Herbert Beck, sculptures by Harry Rosenthal and photographs by Thomas Plettenberg. In addition, more sculptural works are spread throughout the houses and park.

 

Park-Hotel Egerner Höfe


Aribostraße 19
83700 Rottach-Egern


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Relais & Châteaux Park-Hotel Egerner Höfe


 

Set in the scenic alpine surroundings of Upper Bavarian lake Tegernsee, the Relais & Châteaux member hotel incorporates local tradition and contemporary luxury at its best. The name “Höfe“, German word for farmhouses, illustrates the concept: Individual dwellings scattered throughout the park grounds compose a rural housing estate. The buildings‘ aspect is simple, traditional and very typical for this area. Such is the mostly wooden interior with decorative elements in a rustic style, mixed with modern furniture pieces and design. Regional materials and craftsmanship reflect the holistic concept. The artwork on display includes watercolour paintings by Herbert Beck, sculptures by Harry Rosenthal and photographs by Thomas Plettenberg. In addition, more sculptural works are spread throughout the houses and park.

 

Park-Hotel Egerner Höfe


Aribostraße 19
83700 Rottach-Egern


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Europäischer Hof Heidelberg


The family-managed five-star hotel in the centre of the university town looks back on a long tradition, starting in 1865. During the turbulent period of World War I and the following two decades it became one of the leading high-class hotels in Germany. Several generations of family owners kept the noble spirit alive and the house up to date in terms of facilities, size and luxury. More than 100 rooms, suites and apartments have accommodated many illustrious residents, such as members of European royal families, famous politicians and stars of film and opera. Portraits of historical royal figures are displayed in the lobby, and other valuable artwork, such as a landscape painting by George Augustus Wallis, a work by Carl Rottmann or three original engravings by Matthäus Merian from the 17th century showing Heidelberg Castle, can be found among the public areas of the hotel.

 

Europäischer Hof


Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage 1
69117 Heidelberg
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Europäischer Hof Heidelberg


The family-managed five-star hotel in the centre of the university town looks back on a long tradition, starting in 1865. During the turbulent period of World War I and the following two decades it became one of the leading high-class hotels in Germany. Several generations of family owners kept the noble spirit alive and the house up to date in terms of facilities, size and luxury. More than 100 rooms, suites and apartments have accommodated many illustrious residents, such as members of European royal families, famous politicians and stars of film and opera. Portraits of historical royal figures are displayed in the lobby, and other valuable artwork, such as a landscape painting by George Augustus Wallis, a work by Carl Rottmann or three original engravings by Matthäus Merian from the 17th century showing Heidelberg Castle, can be found among the public areas of the hotel.

 

Europäischer Hof


Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage 1
69117 Heidelberg
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Hotel Café Royal London


Its origins lying in the vision of a French wine merchant, the house soon evolved into a centre of glamour and inspiration for literary and art figures of the 19th centrury. The reputation continued attracting celebrities throughout the following decades until today. After an extensive renovation the hotel reopened its doors in 2012 under the roof of The Set, a group of selected hotels such as the Conservatorium in Amsterdam. The London member has been redesigned by David Chipperfield Architects, who found a perfect balance between the different stylistic influences that span the 1860s, the 1929s and the 21st century. The interior is characterized by noble simplicity featuring individual classical elements in stone and copper. The building at Regent Street also houses The Club, a members-only-area featuring a gallery for temporary exhibitions and works by contemporary artists such as Damian Hirst or Christian Furr.

 

Hotel Café Royal


68 Regent Street
London W1B 4DY

Hotel Café Royal London


Its origins lying in the vision of a French wine merchant, the house soon evolved into a centre of glamour and inspiration for literary and art figures of the 19th centrury. The reputation continued attracting celebrities throughout the following decades until today. After an extensive renovation the hotel reopened its doors in 2012 under the roof of The Set, a group of selected hotels such as the Conservatorium in Amsterdam. The London member has been redesigned by David Chipperfield Architects, who found a perfect balance between the different stylistic influences that span the 1860s, the 1929s and the 21st century. The interior is characterized by noble simplicity featuring individual classical elements in stone and copper. The building at Regent Street also houses The Club, a members-only-area featuring a gallery for temporary exhibitions and works by contemporary artists such as Damian Hirst or Christian Furr.

 

Hotel Café Royal


68 Regent Street
London W1B 4DY