The top 10 stories on Hotel Designs this week

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      1. Date Change: Hotel Designs Meet Up north

    Our most read story of the week gave all the details of our first ever Meet Up North, where hoteliers, hotel suppliers and buyers come together.

      2. ‘Maximalist, revival, nomadic and haven’ are the four interior design trends gathering pace

    We wrote about four of the burgeoning interior design trends on our minds right now.

      3. André Fu unveils spectacular rooftop ‘glass pavilions’ at The Berkeley Hotel

    The acclaimed designer’s stunning glass pavilions are going to turn even the sternest heads. Truly spectacular architectural feats.

      4. Hotel Designs Meet Up: The London Edition

    Our March meet up is fast approaching – here’s all the details if you’d like to join us.

      5. The Libertines to launch their very own hotel in Margate

    Pete Doherty and The Libertines stirred up a PR storm this week by revealing they’re launching a hotel with recording studio in British seaside town, Margate.

      6. Mama Shelter bring “popular, sexy and friendly” hotel brand to London

    Hip French hotel brand Mama Shelter are finally launching in London, putting an end to a number of years of rumours about a potential opening.

      7. Sleep in the middle of a glacier in this stylish and daring new hotel

    Need we say more? This might be an early contender for our hotel of year, 2018. Luxury and comfort where we never thought it possible.

      8. Four Seasons Bengaluru opens in ‘India’s fastest growing city’

    The news that the Four Seasons are launching their second property in India, in the country’s emerging tech capital, has pulled in readers from all around the world.

      9. Peter Greenberg reveals the hidden secrets behind the world’s most famous hotels

    Award-winning American journalist and personality Peter Greenberg gets under the skin of the world’s best hotels, and reveals the bits you never knew.

      10. Grohe reveals plans to introduce 3D printing

    Technology continues to be one of our most-read topics, and here, supplier Grohe outline their plans for a tech-savvy 2018.

    Adam Bloodworth / 02.02.2018


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