Hotels Perfect (yet Affordable) for Summer 2015

Posted on June 17, 2015

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According to Susan Clayton, an environmental psychologist at the College of Wooster, the decoration of where you live, a permanent home or temporary like a hotel, defines you as a person: it because a distinguishing factor over identifying with living in some place boring. Her opinions are anecdotally supported by another academic, Professor William S. Sax who mentioned that: “People and the places they reside are engaged in a continuing set of exchanges; they have determinate, mutual effects upon each other because they are part of a single, interactive system.” Thus, If you’re taking time out to travel States-side or if the wallet permits, around the world, The Monsieur has a few hotels perfect for your 2015 summer travels.

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Hotels Perfect for Summer 2015 - Nomo Soho New York 5NoMo SoHo, New York

Designed by New York Spaces’ Top 50 designers, Benjamin Noriega Ortiz, the former Mondrian SoHo hotel has been re-christened the NoMo SoHo with whimsical cool interiors, marble bathrooms stocked with Molton Brown products, free wifi and a reasonably priced minibar. For the romantically adventurous, Deluxe rooms with glass wall showers are available.

Hotels Perfect for Summer 2015 - Melrose Georgetown Washington DC 1The Melrose Georgetown, Washington DC

Opulence on Pennslyvania Avenue, the Melrose Georgetown in Washington DC takes its namesake from the historic neighbourhood, featuring luxurious suites with classically elegant decor and beautiful artworks. Each room comes with pillow top mattresses and other modern mods-cons ensuring that you have maximum relaxation and energy enough for DC’s vibrant night-life or walking to nearby landmark attractions like Georgetown University, National Mall, the Kennedy Centre and even the Potomac.

Hotels Perfect for Summer 2015 - Hotel Das Triest Vienna 1Hotel Das Triest, Vienna

When one visits Europe, never fail to take the opportunity to indulge in the rich heritage of one of the most creatively fertile continents; and the best combination of history and modern design happens to reside in Vienna, Austria, at the Hotel Das Triest, a former coach station used by old school travelers heading to the famed spas of Trieste.

The elegance and nobility of the original architecture is well preserved by acclaimed Brit multi-designate (designer, restaurateur, retailer and writer) Sir Terence Concran, bringing 19th century Art Nouveau and vintage nautical touches together, subtly reminding tourists of the tremendously rich bygone days of the port city of Trieste: all 72 guestrooms and 16 suites feature porthole mirrors, specially commissioned photographs of Trieste and Vienna, and furniture from some of the biggest names in design: Philippe Starck, Wittmann and Minotti.

Hotels Perfect for Summer 2015 - Gansevoort Turks and Caicos 8Gansevoort Turks and Caicos, Turks and Caicos Islands

Inarguably one of the most exotic locales on the list, the Gansevoort Turks and Caicos is your Caribbean getaway with a twist, a chic urban resort which joins a hipster-esque boutique hotel with the luxurious beachfront retreat of Grace Bay.

Every room in each of the hotel’s 91 guestrooms (including 32 suits and 4 penthouses) enjoys stunning ocean views with a sensual romance which invites undeniable ardour. The award-winning Exhale spa with sunset yoga and invigorating massages is tropical fruit topping on the cake.

Hotels Perfect for Summer 2015 - Banyan Tree Mayakoba Mexico 2Banyan Tree Mayakoba, Mexico

Nestled along the edge of the exotic Mayan jungle, Banyan Tree Mayakoba flawlessly blends luxury, nature and serenity in exquisite harmony. Mayakoba – meaning village over the water in Maya – is an extraordinary blend of Mexican culture and Asian hospitality. A breathtaking sanctuary for the senses and the perfect getaway for relaxation, rejuvenation, romance and world-class dining. 117 elegantly designed private and tranquil villas. Each immersed in nature and featuring expansive living areas, plush furnishings, your own private pool and so much more. An intimate oasis surrounded by picturesque lagoons, lush mangroves, a PGA golf course and brilliant sugar sand beaches. From secluded Garden Villas to 3-Bedroom Beachfront Villas, all feature spacious and airy outdoor areas, private pools and unique layouts. Inspired by the courtyard houses of the Far East, each villa is discreetly built into the thoughtfully conserved landscape.

 

 

 

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