Holidays are right outside our doors and travellers are eager to enjoy this new season. These are some of the most memorable hotels and hostels in the world, coveted for their state-of-the-art design and sustainable approach.
While you’re here, you might also want to read how to be more sustainable when traveling.
Mountain Hostel Tarter
Located in the ski center of Grandvalira, in Andorra, the Mountain Hostel Tarter is inspired precisely in the breathtaking surroundings. This hostel is considered one of the top places to stay in Andorra and it’s also recognized as one of the main sustainable accommodations.
The interior designs reference the snowy mountains thanks to the use of natural materials like wood and stone. It blends modernity and tradition, providing a unique sleeping experience.
Wallyard Concept Hostel
The Wallyard Concept Hostel is situated in the heart of Berlin. This hostel flawlessly merges natural and green elements, along with industrial-style interior design.
It’s located in the Moabit neighbourhood, near Charlottenburg and Mitte districts. What used to be a former factory, it’s now a 21 rooms hostel with black&white monochromatic interiors filled with brightness and plants.
Self-described as “a green oasis in the heart of the golden city”, Mosaic House is a design hotel located a stone’s throw from the Vltava river, in Prague. It’s an urban oasis that’s very easy to spot thanks to the giant luminous toadstools in its facade, an accurate reference to the electrifying city.
The Mosaic House is situated in Prague’s Old Town area and it’s known for its minimalistic aesthetic, eco-friendly design and monochrome furnishings.
Spin Designer Hostel
Last on our list is the Spin Designer Hostel in the Philippines. Located in El Nido, this is a place of contrasting statement colours and black furniture.
In similar news, as of this November 8th, the US welcomes vaccinated UK and EU travellers.