Discover why these destinations are the ultimate combination of design and luxury travel!
Traveling in November seems like a great idea! It’s the perfect time to take advantage of the lower rates before the holiday season settles in and the prices go through the roof.
For the designs lovers, there are a ton of options for this upcoming month, between design festivals, as the Dubai Design Week and the Berlin’s World Architecture Festival and the World Festival of Interiors and an undergoing cultural renaissance in Baltimore. upcoming Stateside there is a lot to choose from.
If you’re looking for the perfect travel destination that combines the best of travel and design check these ideas!
Phu Quoc, Vietnam
Looking for a paradisiac getaway? This island off Vietnam’s southwestern coast is bound to become the country’s next hot beach getaway, thanks to the increasing flights and the brand new luxury resort. This resort combines the best of French colonial and Vietnamese design. Don’t miss out on the Night Market and all the amazing experiences the island has to offer.
Baltimore has been rising the interest of the public ever since unique cultural and hospitality offers have flooded the city. Although it might not be everyone’s first choice it’s a great opportunity to get to know a city that’s not full of tourists. It’s also the last chance to see the “Shifting Views: People & Politics in African Contemporary Art” before it ends in December.
Dubai is often criticized for its lack of culture and hyper-consumerist society. But that might be undergoing a change. The organizers of Dubai Design Week are hoping to draw innovative and creative entrepreneurs to change the scene in the city. If you are a big design fan book one of the 13 individually designed rooms at XVA Art Hotel and be sure to check the amazing art and design galleries.
This Fall, Berlin will be crawling with industry insiders for the World Architecture Festival and World Festival of Interiors. You can expect three days of awards, events, and talks by expert speakers. If you are going consider staying at the Hotel Hotel Adlon Kempinski, Rocco Forte’s Hotel de Rome, or Hotel Zoo, which are home to some of the most expensive hotel suites.
Head over to this city that was designed from scratch by Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret in the 1950s. Earlier this year, the Oberoi Sukhvilas Resort & Spa debuted in the protected Siswan Forest, bringing a whole new level of luxury to the Punjabi capital, and the Jeanneret Museum opened to the public in the house where the architect lived for ten years. Architecture fans should also visit the Le Corbusier Center in his old office and tour the Capitol Complex.
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