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Hip Hotels: City (2nd Edn) By Herbert Ypma

Hip Hotels: City (2nd Edn)
by Herbert Ypma

A revised edition of the illustrated guide featuring the world's most stylish urban hotels - diverse in their gastronomy, architecture, ownership, location, atmosphere and design. It contains new hotels and locations, complete with updated rates and contact information.
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Hip Hotels: City (2nd Edn) Summary


Hip Hotels: City (2nd Edn) by Herbert Ypma

Hip Hotels: City didn't just identify a trend, it led it. This revised edition reflects that, introducing around a dozen stunning new hotels (all of which have opened since first publication) and at least three new city destinations (Delhi, Marrakesh and Tokyo). New hotels include One Aldwych, a superb example of the new contemporary luxury; The Manor, Delhi, an amazing piece of fifties modern architecture originally built as a hunting lodge; Blakes, Amsterdam, Anouska Hempel's latest venture that brings her Asian-inflected minimalism to a superb piece of Golden Age Dutch architecture; and The Establishment in the heart of Sydney, which houses not just a hotel but the city's hottest bar, nightclub, restaurant and sushi bar, taking the hotel-as-destination concept to a whole new level. The book also has a new updated cover and a new contents spread.

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Hip Hotels: City (2nd Edn) Reviews


"Hotels so stunning, so individual, so undeniably designer destinations in their own right."

About Herbert Ypma


Herbert Ypma has written numerous books on international style, among them London Minimum, Paris Object Trouve, Pacific Island, Morocco Modern, Mexican Contemporary, American Country and Irish Georgian.

Additional information

GOR001249487
Hip Hotels: City (2nd Edn) by Herbert Ypma
Herbert Ypma
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Thames & Hudson Ltd
2001-11-01
256
050028301X
9780500283011
N/A
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