GLOBAL YODEL – because your home is someone else’s destination
Travel through the local lens of photographer Matthew Tammaro. Full feature at Global Yodel.
Global Yodel – because your home is someone else’s destination
Travel through the local lens of out contributor Peter-Paul de Meijer. Full feature/interview at Global Yodel.
The motto of hotel chain 25Hours is “You know one, you know none”, which we reckon would have Professor Saul Kripke scratching his beard in befuddlement, but thankfully the design philosophy of their latest branch in Zurich West is a lot easier to understand, although still visually complex.
The great minds behind this place are the team from Alfredo Häberli Design Development, who we last saw having had a hand in the Rotterdam outpost of our favourite footwear outlet Camper. At times resembling the set of a 1970s kids TV show, head honcho Häberli has clearly had lots of fun with this interior, although he cites it as his most challenging in a 20-year career.
Design and wine. Can you go wrong? The answer, of course, is no – especially when the design is as nice as it is at the Design and Wine Hotel in Caminha, Portugal. It’s an 18th Century manor house, and although you wouldn’t say the renovation is exactly sympathetic to its period roots, it’s certainly a visual treat.
It’s also very environmentally friendly – something they didn’t pay much attention to back in those days, so who says progress is a bad thing? But never mind the green credentials, and the exhibition space for artists’ work, the biggest draw at this place has to be the new building housing the hotel’s five suites.
A boutique styled historic building from 1905 houses the 23 well appointed rooms, pool, spa and so much more. Check out the breathtaking views and more.
Global Yodel, because your home is someone else’s destination
Travel to Sandy Beach, Oahu, Hawaii, through the local lens of photographer Kenji Croman. Full feature at Global Yodel.
The only Pulitzer we’ve previously come across gets handed out to American journalists for various feats of writing we can’t remember, but this hotel in Buenos Aires that shares the name is certainly something to write home about.
Built at a cost of $13million, the interior of the four-star boutique Hotel Pulitzer by Lázaro Rosa-Violan justifies its share of the considerable outlay with the flair of a Tango dancer – traditional yet sensual, and in the public areas with its skirt riding up just a little too high for propriety.
An exclusive resort– with only 18 guest suites and 42 private villas, the plus side is that the amenities will never be too crowded. See more of this amazing place in detail on Inthralld.