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Our 6 favorite Mid-Century Modern Hotels

A trip is an escape, a move to another place, a break from routine. The 6 hotels we would like to present to you also offer a journey through time, a return to the middle of the 20th century, through their decoration and their furniture. Take a look and maybe you’ll find your next travel destination!

© 11 Howard, New York City

This charming hotel, located in Manhattan, offers a style inspired by Scandinavian minimalism, incorporating handcrafted furniture and the use of natural materials in its decor. A visual break from the bright lights of the New York area.

© Artus Hotel, Paris

Scandinavian design has also inspired the Artus Hotel in Paris, which has an impressive library and personalised rooms, offering a return to the 1950s. The bright colors work together to create a harmonious result.

© Hôtel des 3 Vallées, Courchevel

If you prefer the mountains to the city, book at the Hotel des Trois Vallées in Courchevel, France. For fans of modern design (and skiing), this is a must, with original furniture designed by Charlotte Perriand, Jean Prouvé and Pierre Paulin.

© Katamama Suites, Seminyak

The construction of the Katamama Suites in Indonesia is based on local craftsmanship and the assembly of clay bricks. Vintage furniture adorns the building’s interiors.

© Chez Georges, Rio de Janeiro

Chez Georges is a beautiful villa in Santa Teresa, Rio de Janeiro, designed by the architect Wladimir Alves de Souza. There is a lot of vintage furniture, including several chairs designed by Ricardo Fasanello.

© The Tommyfield Hotel, London

We have to mention The Tommyfield Hotel, located in London’s Kennington district, especially for the tiled walls in the bathrooms. So fifties!

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