Boutique hotels are smaller, stylish hotels usually located in a urban and fashionable location. These hotels are more intimate, in size and in feeling. Their idea is to stay petite, but to thrill with their personality, which means: design, service and atmosphere. Boutique hotels have a completely different pattern in the interior design, unlike the corporate hotels. There are some extremely famous boutique hotels in the area of New York’s Manhattan and London, but I’ve decided to introduce you to some less known, but equally beautiful hotels.
The L’otel, Mexico
This is a intimate and romantic boutique hotel in San Miguel de Allende. It has that familiar, warm interior that reminds you more of a home, than a hotel room.
Avalon Hotel, Beverly Hills
The design of this boutique hotel is made by famous interior designer Kelly Wearstler. This colorful and inspirational design changed the look of boutique hotels around the world.
Veneto Boutique Hotel, Crete
This chic, historical hotel is in the heart of the Fortezza of Rethymno, a 16th-century fort.
The interior is filled with stone archways, include antique-style furnishings and en suite bathrooms. Everything screams Venetian history in this place, even the luxurious hotel restaurant has a stone- built, 700 years old wine- cellar.
Hotel Sezz, Paris and Saint Tropez
The Efendi Hotel, Israel
This hotel is actually one of the most original and authentic boutique hotels in the world. Placed in a Ottoman palace that overlooks the Mediterranean, this is a true diamond in Israel. As the name itself says, you will feel like a true lord (Turkish: efendi) in this hotel.