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The Grand Hostels

Hostels are more popular than ever, especially among millennial travelers, they are becoming a more popular alternative than traditional hotels for many young travelers. This has lead to new innovation in the hostel industry, and a new wave of luxury hostels is emerging that offer an extra shot of service and comfort. This new book The Grand Hostels showcases the best and most fun hostels to stay around the world, and tells stories of memorable experiences they are providing, breaking stereotypes and prejudice, and beating hotels at their own game.

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PANTONE HOTEL | BELGIUM | Image

PANTONE HOTEL | BELGIUM

Whether you´re a Plastic Artist, Architect, Designer or Advertiser, you´ll probably already be familiar with Pantone. The Pantone global color authority has announced several interesting projects to disseminate the hue and brightness of  their colors ... one example is this wonderful hotel in the region of Brussels, Belgium. The Pantone Hotel was designed by architect Olivier Hannaert, while the colorful and flashy decor was by interior designer Michel Penneman...
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OPEN-AIR ROOFTOP SUITE | LAS VENTANAS RESORT MEXICO | Image

OPEN-AIR ROOFTOP SUITE | LAS VENTANAS RESORT MEXICO

At the Las Ventanas al Paraíso(at the tip of Mexicos Baja Peninsula) you will have the oportunity to sleep at the terrace of your penthouse suite. You will have a 180-degree view of the sea, about 150 feet away. It also features a king-size bed, a fireplace and a tub. All suites have telescopes and guides to the constellations, how cool is that!...
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VOXARRAY 61 SYNTHESIZER | Image

VOXARRAY 61 SYNTHESIZER

The stunning Voxarray 61 is a tribute to synthesizers from the 70s. Created by Love Hulten, a Swedish studio, this ”DIY modular synthesizer” has a clamshell construction, with the top lid housing a variety of analog and digital modules that can be connected using patch cords. To use external devices, simply patch them through the matrix. Add the custom-made dynamic microphone on top to complete the setup. Made of walnut, ash and steel, its not only gorgeous to behol...
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