The Sleeping Around pop-up hotel offers a readymade answer, a compact yet luxurious hotel room, equipped with all the mod cons: a box-spring bed, rain shower, iPod docking station and air conditioning – all contained in a 20ft recycled sea container. This unique concept offers the ideal mix of adventure and comfort at some of the most impressive locations in the city.
Hotel Wiesler in Graz, Austria, sure looks like a swell place to hang out.
The Distrito Capital in Mexico City looks like my kind of hotel.
Via emmas designblogg, via Reform.
Toki No Kumo is a Japanese cafe/resataurant with gallery space.
Even the do not disturb signs are cool at the Michelberger Hotel, Berlin.
For more Michelberger images check out We Heart’s photos or read my previous post on the Michelberger.
Combining my favourite furnishings supplier with my favourite city, Whotells, is a short term stay apartment complex located in 3 perfect locations in Barcelona, offering one and two bedroom apartments fully decked out in the latest offerings by MUJI.
Via Whiteboard Journal.
Raw, rebellious and creative – these are the qualities that capture the spirit of Germany’s capital, Berlin. The Michelberger Hotel, opening in September 2009, aims to extend the thrilling experience of the city into every aspect of your stay.
The 119 room hotel stems from the vision of Tom Michelberger; founder, organizer and the central figure in a group of young friends who came together to create the opposite of a cool or trendy project. Their goal is a sustainable, passionately run establishment that offers authenticity, a rare commodity in the world of city hotels.
If you want some tips on how to pack for a world backpacking tour then you could do worse than follow the lead of young Daniel here.
From his understated Eberlestock Halftrack Backpack in black (tastefully decorated with it’s T.A.D. Gear Terminator Skull Patch), right down to his Groom Mate Platnum XL Nose Hair Trimmer, this is a guy who knows how to pack for every eventuality, yet still keep it minimal.
Right… I am off down to Cornwall for a much needed holiday break with the family. Posts in this blog will be sparse if not non-existent for the next few days, but feel free to keep up with my adventures in my Twitter feed.