I daydream about travel constantly — buying plane tickets and packing my bags to explore a brand new place just seems so perfect. Unfortunately, with the big move less than two weeks away and the urge to buy things for my apartment in full swing, I will not be traveling anytime soon. However, that doesn't mean I have to quit the daydreams, right? Here are six hotels that are definitely on my travel bucket list...
The Thunderbird Motel: Marfa, Texas
Mark and I have been wanting to plan a road trip to Marfa for about two years, and if a road trip does happen this summer, this is definitely where we will be staying. I adore the minimalist decor and Native American blankets. The motel rooms also contain vintage objects like Polaroid cameras and record players that you can use!
Saguro Hotel: Palm Springs, California
How cool is this hotel?! I've never been to California, but I think once I finally get the funds together, I'm heading straight to this place.
Hotel San Jose: Austin, Texas
I tried to make reservations for this place about a year ago and they were booked solid. This place looks so nice and relaxing — and the pool looks absolutely perfect.
Hôtel Amour: Paris, France
This hotel is situated on a nondescript street in Paris’ 9th arrondissement and from the handiwork of hotelier Thierry Costes and artist/night club entrepreneur André Saraiva — is ground zero for style stars, artists, photographers and designers visiting The City of Lights. It looks absolutely gorgeous.
Wythe Hotel: Brooklyn, New York
How stunning is this space? The beds crafted from salvaged timber, concrete floors and custom-made wallpaper abound are the perfect mix of industrial-rustic chic. The hotel also features a farm-to-table restaurant, Reynard’s, which proposes locally sourced dishes such as beef carpaccio, rabbit sausage and omelets with organic kale and Gruyère cheese. This looks like the total package.
Ace Hotel: Palm Springs, California
Okay, obviously I really need to go to Palm Springs. This hotel looks absolutely amazing. This bohemian-retro design scheme includes record players, vintage vinyl records and a soothing color palette. Rooms embrace an outdoor-indoor dynamic, with tent-like walls, concrete floors and materials such as canvas, butternut wood, denim and hemp. The massive Swim Club Pool has more than enough space to swim, and hammocks and pillows are scattered about for lounging guests. [via Refinery 29]
Be sure and check out more amazing hotels at Refinery 29! I'm warning you though, if you weren't planning on taking a fun summer vacation, you'll be seriously tempted now.
Have you stayed at any of these hotels, Lovelies? What is your favorite hotel?