7132 Hotel

Situated in the Swiss village of Vals, 7132 Hotel and their thermal baths are both an architectural and a natural wonder. Designed by Peter Zumthor, the spa is constructed from 60,000 slabs of locally-quarried quartzite. The grey hue of the stone creates a calming aesthetic throughout the six indoor and outdoor pools, filled with the warm, mineralized waters of St. Peter's spring. Guest rooms are equally as stunning and offer a variety of suites and penthouses that include private terraces, views of the surrounding mountain, and helicopter pickup.

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    Formerly the Buffalo State Asylum for the Insane, Hotel Henry has converted the abandoned landmark into an 88-room boutique hotel. Built in 1880, the historic architecture of the structure is on display throughout both the interior and exterior. The existing patient rooms have been transformed into contemporary guest rooms and suites that feature original details adorned with contemporary furnishings. The property also houses a restaurant serving seasonal fare, an architecture gallery, and a lounge and is situated steps away from the city's museum district and Deleware Park.

  • Nobis Hotel Copenhagen

    Mixing classic architecture with modern design, the Nobis Hotel Copenhagen transforms the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music building into a 77-room boutique hotel. The historic landmark was first built in 1903 and its century-old details offer a sophisticated backdrop for the contemporary additions. Each of the guest rooms takes on a more Scandinavian approach featuring minimal furnishings, oak flooring, and Bardiglio marble bathrooms. Along with a restaurant serving seasonal Nordic fare, the property also offers a bar, lounge, and a sauna with both a cooling pool and a Turkish bath,

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