9 High-Style Fashion Hotels (And What They Cost)

by ShermansTravel Editorial Staff

9 High-Style Fashion Hotels (And What They Cost)

by ShermansTravel Editorial Staff

For true style mavens, there's no need to stop at simply wearing decadent designer duds when you can eat, sleep, and breathe them, too. Bearing the fingerprints of high-profile designers (from Lagerfeld to Lauren to Lacroix), these nine fashion-branded accommodations are the mode du jour.

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Bulgari Hotel

Bulgari's forthcoming Shanghai hotel-the sixth in its portfolio-features 82 rooms with hand-crafted Italian furnishings and dramatic skyline views. The luxe spa, swank rooftop scene, and fine-dining in the adjacent Chamber of Commerce building will wow locals and visitors alike. Rates are not listed yet, but based on the Beijing property (which opened in 2017), expect rooms from around $400/night.

Bulgari's forthcoming Shanghai hotel-the sixth in its portfolio-features 82 rooms with hand-crafted Italian furnishings and dramatic skyline views. The luxe spa, swank rooftop scene, and fine-dining in the adjacent Chamber of Commerce building will wow locals and visitors alike. Rates are not listed yet, but based on the Beijing property (which opened in 2017), expect rooms from around $400/night.

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Palazzo Versace

From the imported Italian marble columns to the vaulted ceilings hand-detailed in gold, every item in the 204-room resort on Australia's Gold Coast maintains the late designer's vision. Nearly 30 pools blanket the property (including a heated saltwater lagoon with its own sandy beach) in addition to a private marina. Rates start around $680/night midweek in February and include breakfast.

From the imported Italian marble columns to the vaulted ceilings hand-detailed in gold, every item in the 204-room resort on Australia's Gold Coast maintains the late designer's vision. Nearly 30 pools blanket the property (including a heated saltwater lagoon with its own sandy beach) in addition to a private marina. Rates start around $680/night midweek in February and include breakfast.

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Byblos Art Hotel

This 15th-century Verona villa showcases the private art collection of Byblos heir Dino Facchini-from striking female nudes on the ballroom walls, to a décollage of shredded Byblos ads in the dining room. Pop-art furnishings, like Salvador Dali's lip-shaped loveseat and tables by Frank Lloyd Wright, delightfully contrast the original Baroque molding. Rooms start around $220/night.

This 15th-century Verona villa showcases the private art collection of Byblos heir Dino Facchini-from striking female nudes on the ballroom walls, to a décollage of shredded Byblos ads in the dining room. Pop-art furnishings, like Salvador Dali's lip-shaped loveseat and tables by Frank Lloyd Wright, delightfully contrast the original Baroque molding. Rooms start around $220/night.

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The g Hotel

At the hand of Philip Treacy, high society's premier hat designer, this 101-room Galway hotel is brimming with whimsical features-from the cocktail bar carpeted in a thousand red Swarovski crystals to the tank of sea-horses (bred in nearby Connemara) surrounding the lobby. We found rates from around $155/night in February, inclusive of breakfast, WiFi, and parking.

At the hand of Philip Treacy, high society's premier hat designer, this 101-room Galway hotel is brimming with whimsical features-from the cocktail bar carpeted in a thousand red Swarovski crystals to the tank of sea-horses (bred in nearby Connemara) surrounding the lobby. We found rates from around $155/night in February, inclusive of breakfast, WiFi, and parking.

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Halekulani

It's fitting that Waikiki's prime honeymoon hotel enlisted bridal designer Vera Wang to redo its one-of-a-kind namesake suite. Wang hand-picked rare decorative accents from Hawaii and the Pacific, as well as embroidered pillows and furnishings from her home collection. The best feature: The panoramic views of the beach and Diamond Head from the open-air lanai. Rates start at $6,000/night.

It's fitting that Waikiki's prime honeymoon hotel enlisted bridal designer Vera Wang to redo its one-of-a-kind namesake suite. Wang hand-picked rare decorative accents from Hawaii and the Pacific, as well as embroidered pillows and furnishings from her home collection. The best feature: The panoramic views of the beach and Diamond Head from the open-air lanai. Rates start at $6,000/night.

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Hotel du Petit Moulin

Set in a former boulangerie, this 17-room Marais boutique brilliantly captures the whims of their designer, Christian Lacroix. Its walls are splashed with wild color combinations and fashion sketches; others feature bejeweled headboards, bursts of violet, and black leather. Bonus: It's surrounded by some of the best bistros and pastry shops in Paris. Rooms start from $267/night in February.

Set in a former boulangerie, this 17-room Marais boutique brilliantly captures the whims of their designer, Christian Lacroix. Its walls are splashed with wild color combinations and fashion sketches; others feature bejeweled headboards, bursts of violet, and black leather. Bonus: It's surrounded by some of the best bistros and pastry shops in Paris. Rooms start from $267/night in February.

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Round Hill Hotel & Villas

Set on a lush 110-acre enclave on Jamaica's Montego Bay, Round Hill is the epitome of understated luxury. It's apropos, then, that the hotel chose Ralph Lauren to design the 36 suites in its Pineapple House. The rooms (from $559/night in February) have an airy palette-with white stone floors and four-poster beds draped in white netting-and open up to private balconies with breathtaking views.

Set on a lush 110-acre enclave on Jamaica's Montego Bay, Round Hill is the epitome of understated luxury. It's apropos, then, that the hotel chose Ralph Lauren to design the 36 suites in its Pineapple House. The rooms (from $559/night in February) have an airy palette-with white stone floors and four-poster beds draped in white netting-and open up to private balconies with breathtaking views.

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The Schlosshotel

The palatial Grunewald Suite at Berlin's Patrick Hellmann Schlosshotel was a fitting canvas for German-born fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld. Contemporary fashion photography accents the stately architecture; handmade mint tiles line the bathroom walls; and the bed is decadently wrapped in rose-colored velvet, along with a matching headboard and settee. And at $2,200/night, it has a price tag to match.

The palatial Grunewald Suite at Berlin's Patrick Hellmann Schlosshotel was a fitting canvas for German-born fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld. Contemporary fashion photography accents the stately architecture; handmade mint tiles line the bathroom walls; and the bed is decadently wrapped in rose-colored velvet, along with a matching headboard and settee. And at $2,200/night, it has a price tag to match.

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Tcherassi Hotel + Spa

Tcherassi Hotel + Spa by prominent Colombian designer Silvia Tcherassi is the epitome of rustic glamor. The restored colonial building in Cartagena's centro historico features eclectic art and sleek, modern furnishings (rooms from $197/night in February). And the third-floor roof deck, complete with a pool (one of four on site), luxe daybeds, and a bar boasts 360-views of the city and sea.

Tcherassi Hotel + Spa by prominent Colombian designer Silvia Tcherassi is the epitome of rustic glamor. The restored colonial building in Cartagena's centro historico features eclectic art and sleek, modern furnishings (rooms from $197/night in February). And the third-floor roof deck, complete with a pool (one of four on site), luxe daybeds, and a bar boasts 360-views of the city and sea.

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