3. Stay at one of these World’s Most Fashionable Hotels Curated by Voyager Club #Travel #Hotels #Luxury
Paris Fashion Week has already begun, rounding off a month of catwalk shows and memorable moments from the world’s fashion capitals. To celebrate, Voyager Club selects their favourite fashion hotels, chosen from their carefully curated collection of the most unique properties worldwide. These hidden gems, from fashion designers’ favourite Caribbean hideaways to stylish Parisian city breaks, are beloved by fashion insiders and perfect for discerning travellers looking for a stylish break.
Round Hill Hotel & Villas, Jamaica
Providing a secluded home-away-from-home for glamorous guests since the 1950s, Round Hill began as a cluster of cottages and blossomed into the elegant beach hideaway it is today. John and Jackie Kennedy honeymooned at this idyllic retreat, and notably it is where celebrated designer Ralph Lauren first fell in love with the island. Stay in one of the 36 oceanfront guestrooms impeccably designed by Ralph Lauren, offering crisp white interiors and beautiful views of Round Hill’s bay and reef. The cool Caribbean aesthetic created by Lauren in Round Hill’s oceanfront villas even served as inspiration for his Spring/Summer 2018 runway collection, described as ‘a love letter to Round Hill’, evoking the island’s magical beauty and light.
Located in the heart of one of the most prestigious areas of Paris, the ultra-luxe L’Hotel sits on the Left Bank amidst the cultural riches, bohemian soul and high fashion of St Germain-des-Prés; a fashion week favourite and the perfect location to experience the city’s art and culture. Famously frequented by stars including Oscar Wilde and Ava Gardener, there are 20 opulent rooms and suites, each individually designed and exuding inimitable Parisian style. Experience the spirit of St Germain-des-Prés with live jazz nights and dine on Michelin-starred cuisine at Le Restaurant.
Channel Brigitte Bardot and return to the golden age of the French Riviera at Hotel Epi 1959. An air of exclusivity is created throughout the 10 individual cabanas, each reflecting a sense of elegance that has been preserved here since the summer of 1959, when Pampelonne became a holiday hot spot for celebrities from Audrey Hepburn to fashion designer Hubert De Givenchy. At the heart of this phenomenon was Hotel Epi, epitomising the elegance this glamorous era and standing directly on Pampelonne beach, Saint Tropez’ most iconic three-mile strip of sand. There are two swimming pools fringed by yellow parasols to protect from the Mediterranean sun, and clay tennis courts complete with resident tennis pros always ready for a game.
La Mamounia, Marrakech
This beautiful palace is famed for its rich history and traditions, an iconic destination synonymous with Marrakech’s decadent bohemian past. Set within private grounds and royal gardens scented with orange blossom, the hotel is renowned for its style, combining Art Deco design with intricate Moroccan tiles and carvings, sumptuous velvets and marble. Churchill famously described La Mamounia as ‘one of the most beautiful places in the word’ and fashion designers Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Balmain often visited the hotel. The Yves Saint Laurent museum, displaying the designer’s personal collections, and the famous Jardin Majorelle exotic gardens owned by Saint Laurent are just a stone’s throw away, where visitors to the city can explore the inspiration behind much of his work.
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