Expedia showcases the world’s most picture-perfect art hotels

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    From New York to Nairobi, Expedia’s new infographic is perfect for travellers looking to plan a cultural holiday.

    The rise in hotels as a cultural experience shows that holidaymakers want more than a place to rest their head

    Want to wake up next to some world-class art? You don’t need to sneak into a museum or gallery to do so, as art hotels are growing in popularity and number around the world, showcasing masterpieces for guests to enjoy throughout their stay.

    No longer is a hotel simply a place to rest your head, many hotels now offer cultural experiences that art fanatics will love. Expedia’s new infographic showcases nine of the best art hotels in exciting destinations around the world, offering interesting information about each hotel’s art collection including the number of pieces of art housed, the art mediums exhibited and the type of art or movement associated with the hotel. The infographic also features arty facts about the city that are home to these hotels.

    Expedia’s top art hotels offer holidaymakers hundreds of artworks from some of the world’s most creative minds of past and present. From Budapest’s Bohem Art Hotel, a perfect reflection of an artist’s bohemian lifestyle, to the XVA Art Hotel in Dubai, a homage to Middle Eastern art, the infographic is a definitive guide to the most picture-perfect art hotels on the planet.

    “We no longer have to go to a museum to enjoy a cultural experience — we can stay at an art hotel instead, waking up to a masterpiece each morning,” said Kasha Dubaniewicz. “We hope our infographic will help cultural holidaymakers plan the art trip of a lifetime.”

    Here are nine of Expedia’s picture-perfect art hotels;

    The First Roma, Rome

    art’otel, Amsterdam

    The Merrion, Dublin

    XVA Art Hotel, Dubai

    The Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas

    Bohem Art Hotel, Budapest

    Hotel Eclat, Beijing

    Sankara, Nairobi

    Kimpton Hotel Eventi, New York

    Toby Cruse / 07.03.2018


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