Work — Anderson Wright. RoomNetTV - Apple Experts in Hospitality. Bright Hotel with Spacious Communal Lobby in Times Square. Hot brand opening pop-ups in hotels. One of the most buzzed-about retail brands is setting up shop — temporarily — in some hip hotels.
Canadian apparel retailer Kit and Ace is opening a a series of pop-ups in collaboration with luxury hotels in major cities across the globe. The pop-up, called “The Carry-on,” will make its debut in April, at the Hotel Zetta in San Francisco (for full listing, see end of article). It will offer a selection of easy-pack, carry-on essentials from Kit and Ace. The initiative will also have an online component. Digital visitors can access travel-friendly resources, including itineraries of places to visit in each city curated by local influencers, and wardrobe essentials. Boutique Hotels in Los Angeles, Hollywood, New York and Miami Beach.
Boutique Hotels in Rotterdam. Hip Manhattan Hotels. "Adorably Modern" This was probably one of my favorite hotels ever.
Kevin W., TripAdvisor "I love the POD Hotel" I love the POD - it's a fun place and it makes staying in Manhattan afforable. This is my second stay and I recommend it highly. Steve M., TripAdvisor "Perfect for a short stay in the city" I stayed here for two night in one of the double rooms (private bathroom). Right price, fun sized So when I travel to NYC, really all I want in a hotel is a place to shower, sleep, and stash my stuff. Great for exploring the city Booked this hotel for a long weekend break in November for sightseeing. Interesting well located inexpensive hotel NYC My husband and I are retired.
Loved my Pod Room I loved staying here and will do so again. 10 Micro Hotels Challenging the Status Quo of Travel. Travel has gotten needlessly complicated over the decades.
Sometimes, when you’re traveling or on a business trip, all you need is a place to rest your head. Even if you want some time to relax, hotel rooms often have more wasted space than used space. So hoteliers are getting smart. They’re building small, functional and visually exciting rooms that provide a big experience in a compact space. It’s the trend of micro hotels, and everybody’s getting involved. Here is a list of 10 micro hotels that are modern, hip, and created to make your stay both comfortable and unforgettable.
Nine Hours – Compact, Creepy Pod Hotels in Japan Nine Hours is a compact urban hotel designed for business travel and quick overnight stays. Hostel Business Plan - BizPlanDB - Google Books. A tight squeeze in New York as rooms get smaller, and more stylish. NEW YORK- As I opened the door, my first thought was, “Sweet mother of Mark Hamill!
How did I wind up in Buck Rogers’s hotel room?” The futuristic pod was tiny, but every inch had a purpose. A frosted glass capsule-shaped bathroom along one wall glowed cool blue while a massive bed filled the back of the room. The message on the bedside Samsung tablet read “citizenM says: Welcome citizen Christopher.” Advertisement I snatched up the “mood pad” that welcomed me and started playing. I plopped down on the soft bed and marveled at how my 170-square-foot room at the recently-opened citizenM felt oddly spacious (the average US hotel room is 325 square feet). This new breed of petite hotel, dubbed micro hotels, is designed for the way we travel today. The lobby of citizenM (M for mobility) has 26-foot ceilings dripping with George Nelson lighting pendants, Swiss furniture from Vitra, and contemporary art from Julian Opie, Andy Warhol, and David LaChapelle.
The micro hotel is nothing new. The Micro-Living Trend Checks Into Hotels. Big-city hotel rooms are about to get even smaller.
Commune Hotels & Resorts, a San Francisco-based hotel group, is launching a new hotel brand that caters to guests who don't need spacious rooms: those who want to embrace "micro-living. " Playing off the popularity of tiny house and micro-apartment living, Tommie hotels feature 160-square-foot guest rooms designed for travelers who don't plan on spending their vacation holed up inside. With the first two hotels planned to open in New York City this summer and in 2016, Tommie is sort of the American equivalent of Japan's capsule hotels, where guests sleep in coffin-sized modules placed in a wall.
The average size of a room will be 160 square feet, smaller than the key on a basketball court. These hotels are designed to provide a top-notch hotel experience, but not one that happens within your room. Tommie is targeted at "someone who is interested in experiences," says Commune CEO Niki Leondakis (we hear that makes you happy, anyway). The Micro-Living Trend Checks Into Hotels. The Dean Photo Gallery.