Top Ten Luxury
Hotels by Numbers
Never mind what's in a name, when you have to consider what's in a number as a name? The Luxury Travel Bible doesn't pay much attention to numerology but it can't help but have its fancy tickled by just how many luxe nests announce themselves with a digit.
 
Prue Rushton, 03/4/10
101 Hotel, Reyjkavik, Iceland
101 Hotel, Reyjkavik, Iceland
Yes, well, all right, Iceland was hit terribly hard by the global financial crisis, but there is still a little luxury to be found amidst it all.
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60 Thompson Street, New York, USA
60 Thompson Street, New York, USA
Next year will mark a decade since 60 Thompson Street opened its doors in downtown SoHo. All the more remarkable that it still registers with New York's fashion set.
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Carducci 76, Rimini, Italy
Carducci 76, Rimini, Italy
This seaside 1920s villa reinvents itself as a boutique hotel with icecream coloured cool and dark nero wooden furniture.
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Cotswolds88 Hotel, The Cotswolds, England
Cotswolds88 Hotel, The Cotswolds, England
There's been a sad, slow funeral procession for English eccentricity in the face of minimalism and mid-century modern - Cotswolds88 rebels against this trend.
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Lanchid 19, Budapest
Lanchid 19, Budapest
Named after the 'Chain Bridge' that crosses the Danube in Budapest, Lanchid 19 is about clean-cut design of the type you might find in the edgiest corporate offices.
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No. 11, London, England
No. 11, London, England
Originally built by Lord Chelsea on a cricket ground between Buckingham Palace and Knightsbridge in the 19th century Number 11 is part of a line-up of townhouses on Cadogans Lane that was once known as the 'village of palaces'.
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Number Sixteen, London, England
Number Sixteen, London, England
Packaged inside the sober mid-Victorian white stucco walls of a terrace, all the rules on mixing pretty patterns with sophisticated stripes are happily thrown out the window.
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One Aldwych, London, England
One Aldwych, London, England
Expect contemporary class rather than cutting edge cool at this 105-room hotel in the centre of Covent Garden.
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Riad Dar One, Marrakech, Morroco
Riad Dar One, Marrakech, Morroco
Straddling the thin line between boutique hotel and guesthouse, Dar One delivers up a delicious sort of intimacy whether you're flying solo or filling up its six suites with friends.
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XV Beacon, Boston, USA
XV Beacon, Boston, USA
In this hotel numbers game does it matter if the numerals are Roman? The Luxury Travel Bible decides no when it comes to XV Beacon.
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