Cube hotels | The new staying trend

Posted by on November 29, 2013

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The new trend in hotels is the cube hotels. These hotels have a common characteristic. They are all built in the shape of a cube. It started in Spain and quickly spread around the world. We searched around and we present to you some of the most famous cubic hotels, ornaments of minimalism, originality and architecture. Enjoy…

Treehotel, Harads, Sweden

A visit to the Treehotel is an experience which remains etched forever in the mind. A cube hotel separate from the others, as it is entirely made of glass, almost invisible and becomes one with the top of tall trees. The Treehotel is located in the heart of Lapland and consists of 6 tree houses, all designed by elite architects of Sweden. Hotel guests have the opportunity to choose from a plethora of structures such as the Bird’s Nest and the UFO, while enjoying the breathtaking view of the river Lule. Some of the sports that you can do while you are there are snowboard, kayak, fishing and hiking. Do not forget as you enjoy the view from the glass cube, you can try to embrace the view of the Northern Lights.

Treehotel, Harads, Sweden

Treehotel, Harads, Sweden

Longitude 131, Ayers Rock, Australia

Hotel Longitude 131 is a collection of 15 luxury cubicle tents, located in the National Park Uluru-Kata Tjuta, which is famous for its idyllic landmark Ayers Rock. Hotel guests can enjoy the breathtaking views of the sunrise and sunset from the dune height 348 meters. Although the ceiling of the rooms of white canvas give the illusion that you are in camping, each room is equipped with all the comforts of a five star hotel. Guests can dine under the stars at the diner Table 131, which offers 3 courses typical Australian cuisine always accompanied by top quality wines from the region.

Longitude 131, Ayers Rock, Australia

Longitude 131, Ayers Rock, Australia

St. Martins Lane, London

Although this hotel is slightly different from the concept of cube hotels, the St Martins Lane in London has several similarities with the cubic hotels. Each room is filled with windows from floor to ceiling and the exterior of the hotel is a thumbnail of the Rubik’s Cube. The location is more than convenient as it is located in the heart of West London between Covent Garden and Square Leicester. Defines itself rather unfairly as urban resort as guests can enjoy an array of amenities and gourmet restaurants by cuisine to Asian and Cuban. The yellow glass entrance will enchant you in design and the interior will leave you breathless. Do not forget to visit the famous light bar of the hotel where you can sample a variety of cocktails.

St. Martins Lane, London

St. Martins Lane, dancefloor, London

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By Nicole P.

Cube hotels photos: Lam HUA, Chris Mitchell, Gitta Wilen.

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