Want something really exclusive? Check out this one-room hotel in a hip district of the Danish capital. The green shades on the walls which have nature-inspired motifs add a warm ambience to the space.
This hotel, opened in 2009 in London’s East End, is owned by a designer who was way ahead of the game. With its whimsical interiors featuring antique-inspired pieces, the beguiling two-room hotel is said to be the world’s first ‘micro boutique hotel’.
Maybe not quite fit for a Queen, but the Queen Pods at this hotel are an excellent option if you’re staying in Manhattan and don’t want to spend a fortune to have fun. There’s a taco restaurant, playroom and bar plus a garden cafe and roof deck for hanging out with new friends.
These Mod Pods prove that small doesn’t mean scrimping on style or comfort. You’ll get a big bouncy bed, walls adorned with Irish art, a Marshall amp for your gadgets and a mini Smeg fridge stocked with snacks and drinks.
More a ‘small scale guesthouse’, its two thoughtfully fashioned rooms come with personal touches. If you like, the owners can fill the pantry with local produce, have raw juice waiting in the fridge or pack a picnic basket to suit your tastes. The raw exposed brick walls, paired with the stained-glass features in the window, add an interesting touch to the space.
This is perhaps one of the most extraordinary micro hotels around. You’ll find these three eclectically designed suites at the top of a 50-metre crane. From here, enjoy fine views of the harbour. Definitely one to add to your bucket list.