Nobu Ryokan

Modeled after traditional Japanese Ryokan inns, the Nobu Ryokan Malibu is a complete reimagining of a 1950s-era hotel. Its 16 rooms seamlessly blend interior and outdoor spaces, with calming color schemes, private decks and patios, fireplaces, and handmade teak soaking tubs. The rejuvenated structure is clad with glass, steel, and sustainable teak and ipe wood, offers direct access to Carbon Beach, and, of course, is located just steps away from the local outpost of Nobu restaurant.

  • Contain Hotel

    Constructed from a trio of stacked shipping containers, the Contain Hotel offers accommodations for the surfing nomad. The five-room micro hotel sits on the Elbe riverbank in the Czech Republic and provides sleeping for up to 13 guests. The ground floor houses bathrooms, storage, and a four-bed room, while the upper level contains the remaining four rooms and a shared terrace. Each room features custom-made furniture, birch plywood walls and ceilings, and a glazed wall to open up the small space and provide views of the surrounding waterfront landscape.

    Photos: Michal Hurych / Artikul Architects

  • The Hollander

    You never know who you'll meet in a hotel lobby. Unless you're staying at The Hollander. Housed in Wicker Park's historic Hollander Fireproof Warehouse, it offers 12 private rooms and eight hostel-style shared rooms. The latter offers the option to share your Instagram profile among your roommates, so you'll know a little bit more about each other when you arrive. The furniture is simple and matches the property's industrial style well, and you'll also find a bar/cafe from Metric Coffee, a social room, and a bike shop on site.

    Photos: Adrian Gaut / Grupo Habita

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