Hipster Chicks Will Love These Hotels That Are Too Cool for School ...

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Hipster Chicks Will Love These Hotels That Are Too Cool for School ...
Hipster Chicks Will Love These Hotels That Are Too Cool for School ...

The more diversity we as consumers demand from just about anything, the more interesting choices we have, in everything. Previously we were stuck with choosing hotels pretty much on price once we had selected our destination, and price dictated amenities and quality. Nowadays, price point can mean absolutely anything so we can be more discerning in the hotels we book into. If you’re a boho chick or just aspire for something interesting for your stay, you’ll love these hipster hotels.

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Wythe Hotel, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, USA

Wythe Hotel, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, USA The trendy neighborhood of Williamsburg is producing quite a few hipster hotels these days. The Wythe Hotel is most decidedly one of the best choices for hipsters looking for accommodation in Brooklyn. Since the hotel opened in spring 2012, the converted red-brick factory on Williamsburg's lovely waterfront has provided trendy folk with 72 rooms spread over 8 floors that could be described as environmentally friendly with a touch of industrial chic. Concrete floors, beds handcrafted from salvaged timber and close proximity to attractions like the Brooklyn Brewery, Brooklyn Flea and Brooklyn Bowl make this a great choice. There's even a great terrace cocktail party, should you wish to party with friends, and Reynard's restaurant is part of the delicious package. Address: 80 Wythe Avenue (at North 11th Street); 718-460-8000.

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Hotel Fox, Copenhagen, Denmark

Hotel Fox, Copenhagen, Denmark Hotel Fox offers 61 rooms that will appeal to the inner child lurking in every hipster. No fewer than 21 internationally renowned graphic designers, illustrators and graffiti artists worked on the decorations of the rooms. Showcasing neo-baroque, pop-art and everything in between, including Manga, the hotel's rooms range from bijou to vast. The hotel's bar and lounge area boasts "the world's best gin and tonic" and at the in-house restaurant, Hero Street Kitchen, Manga fans can enjoy a traditional Japanese feast before returning to their bedroom and "reading" their Japanese animation wallpaper. Address: Jarmers Plads 3, DK-1551; +45 33 13 30 00.

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Hotel Nord-Pinus, Tangier, Morocco

Hotel Nord-Pinus, Tangier, Morocco The city of Tangiers in Morocco is a great place for bohemians and shoppers. Hotel Nord-Pinus is the brainchild of French hotelier Anne Igou and sits right atop the Kasbah's highest point. The converted former 18th-century palace once housed a pasha and his court. Now it sports design with chandeliers imported from Syria and contemporary furniture designed by French hipsters. Sumptuous fabrics and eclectic regalia, amazing views onto the Spanish coastline and Atlantic Ocean from the hotel's rooftop terrace make Hotel Nord-Pinus an essential stop-over for hipsters visiting Tangiers. Address: 11 Rue Riad Sultan; + 212 661-228140.

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Hôtel Amour, Paris, France

Hôtel Amour, Paris, France The City of Light is positively brimming with cool art galleries, amazing museums, trendy bistros and cafés, not to mention world-class gourmet restaurants and shopping districts to die for. Hôtel Amour sits on a fairly ordinary street in Paris' 9th arrondissement, but hotelier Thierry Costes and nightclub entrepreneur and artist André Saraiva have turned it into the must-stay-at place in Paris for visiting designers, style gurus, artists and photographers. Decorated by the owners' friends, the hotel will appeal to a wide range of hipsters. From totally black walls and glittering disco balls to Sophie Calle-style bedrooms, the Hôtel Amour is a work of love. Everyone who wants to be seen gathers at the hotel's bar and restaurant, where Terry Richardson and Olivier Zahm are frequent guests. Sit in the picturesque ivy-clad courtyard and sip a glass of pinot noir and feel the inspiration oozing out of every pore! Address: 8 Rue Navarin (Rue des Martyrs); +33 48 78 31 80.

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Lloyd Hotel, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Lloyd Hotel, Amsterdam, the Netherlands The historic landmark building sports a rather surprisingly modern decor, but don't let that put you off. The Lloyd Hotel is one of the coolest hipster hotels in Europe and certainly one of the chicest places to stay in Amsterdam. Occupying a large chunk of the trendy Eastern Docklands area, which once housed prison inmates, the 117-room hotel offers accommodation ranging from 1 to 5 stars that were designed by a hand-picked group of local artisans and designers. A large outdoor terrace and cosmopolitan in-house restaurant add to guests' creature comforts - and central Amsterdam's tourist attractions are just a short 10-minute tram ride away. Although the mixed result makes the Lloyd Hotel appear more like a design warehouse than a boutique hotel, it is representative of the wide range of artistic endeavor present in the Dutch capital. Address: Oostelijke Handelskade 1019 BN Amsterdam (near Lloydplein); +31 20 561 3636.

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Casa Camper Hotel, Barcelona, Spain

Casa Camper Hotel, Barcelona, Spain Ferran Amat, the owner of the eccentric Camper shoe company and the Vinçon design store, is responsible for the ultra-modern interior design of this boutique hotel. The converted 19th-century Gothic-style tenement in El Raval is surrounded by winding cobbled streets, art galleries and trendy cafés, busy shops and tapas bars and within a short walk of Barcelona's celebrated Museum of Contemporary Art. Ranging from standard rooms to luxurious suites, the hotel's rooms come with comfy sofas and flat-screen TVs as well as balconies with hammocks, ideal for relaxing before enjoying a night out in fabulous Barcelona. Address:
C. Elisabets, 11 El Raval (near Carrer del Notariat); +34 933 426 280.

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Ace Hotel, Palm Springs, USA

Ace Hotel, Palm Springs, USA The 170-room mid-century motel sports a bohemian-retro design scheme with record players, vintage vinyl records and a color palette that soothes the eye. The Ace Hotel & Swim Club, the fully renovated building is also home to Coachella events and boasts its very own Craft Beer Festival. The hotel's rooms will appeal to outdoor types with their tent-like walls, concrete floors and color scheme of hemp, butternut wood and denim. Water babes of all ages will adore the huge Swim Club Pool. Address: 701 East Palm Canyon Drive (by South Camino Drive); 760-325-9900.

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