5 MODERN AGE LUXURY HOTELS AROUND THE WORLD CARVED OUT OF HERITAGE BUILDINGS

Revitalising antiquated buildings that are brimmed with immense persona and soul, is the emerging trend in the luxury hotel industry. The main purpose among these hoteliers is to give new life to the archaic buildings while preserving their magnificent heritage. Reeling in the nostalgic ambience of these heritage buildings is now possible, owing to their reformation into luxury hotels.
For travellers who are in a pursuit to experience a grandiose stay associated with a bygone era, we bring you some of the most exquisitely reformed luxury hotels around the world .

 
 
NUN ASSISI RELAIS & SPA MUSEUM
 

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Situated in the very heart of Assisi–a timeless and unmatched place, Nun Assisi Relais & Spa Museum is a chic boutique hotel in Italy housed in a restored ancient monastery from the 13th century. The hotel’s in-house spa creates an unusual harmony of calm, energy and balance which is expressed by the regal limestone beams, where the guests can pamper themselves in the most luxurious beauty rituals and essential oils. The Nun Assisi Relais & Spa Museum showcases the impeccable amalgamation of history and design, blending interesting archaeological remnants from the 1st century AD with white coloured walls, wooden beams and brick archways.
 
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www.nunassisi.com
 
 
QT SYDNEY HOTEL
 

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The QT Sydney hotel is carved out of two historic 1920s buildings, the State Theatre and the Growings department store. The ultra-modern boutique hotel is a concoction of Art Deco, Gothic and Italianate architecture with offbeat interiors. The multi-million dollar reconstruction by Woodhead Architects resulted in a 200-room hotel (comprising 19- suites) that commemorates the property’s history while championing advanced technologies and displaying contemporary art and Avant Garde design at the same time.
Helmed by interior designer Shelley Indyk, each room is quirky, paired with an outstanding art collection curated by art consultant Amanda Love, including video art, line works and steel wall sculptures.
 
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www.qthotelsandresorts.com
 
 
PULITZER AMSTERDAM
 

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Bestowed in an intricate labyrinth of 25 Golden Age Canal houses linked together in Amsterdam, Hotel Pulitzer is a luxurious tribute to the prestigious heritage and flamboyant lives of notable Dutch aristocrats residing in Amsterdam. The historic place was reformed by South African designer Jacu Strauss in 2016 . The exquisitely-appointed rooms feature classical details such as wooden beams and bare bricks, yet maintaining a contemporary aesthetic by dint of a colour palette including subdued colours with vibrant tones such as purple, lime green, slate blue and mustard yellow. The creative director successfully brought a modern feel to the hotel by making use of jewel stones, opulent materials and eccentric decorative objects.
 
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www.pulitzeramsterdam.com
 
 
PARAMOUNT HOUSE HOTEL
 

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Located on Commonwealth Street in Sydney’s Surry Hills, the Paramount House Hotel occupies the former headquarters of Paramount Pictures film studio and an adjoining warehouse, reconstructed and combined together with a two-storey extension. This epochal 1940s heritage-listed Art Deco building was revamped into a swanky and luxurious boutique hotel by Melbourne-based Breathe Architecture. The hotel’s interior seamlessly blends the property’s lit hallway, high ceilings and wooden pillars with high-style elements such as indoor plants, terrazzo tiles and chic bathtubs made from indigenious blackbutt wood – a hardwood variant from Australia.
 
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www.paramounthousehotel.com
 
 
ALILA YANGSHUO
 

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Snugged in the quaint ‘Li River’ valley of Yangshuo, China, Alila Yangshuo inhabits a former operating sugar mill built in the 1960s. The luxury hotel honours the rich industrial heritage and symbolises the spirit of the ancestors. Directed by of Beijing-based Vector Architects – Dong Gong and interior designer Ju Bin from Horizontal Space Design, The Alila Yangshuo offers 117 rooms, posh suites and villas occupied in a neutral hue and constructed using natural materials, building a solid balance between the land’s industrial history and modern leisure.
 
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www.alilahotels.com
 
 

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