Travel Inspiration In Collaboration With The Affluence


Hello! So, if you follow us over on our Instagram you’ll know we love a spot of travel. Especially to places with interesting interior and design. Even better if it’s sustainable too. So we jumped at the chance to team up with The Affluence to bring you our favourite properties from all around the world that have incredible interior.


The Affluence is a luxury tailor-made travel and concierge service. They offer customers a discreet and rare personal service. All with a focus on exclusivity, privacy and quality. Like us they believe that it’s all in the detail. Those small touches, perfectly aligned with your personal tastes and attuned to your exact needs. They believe there is no such thing as a trivial request. If it’s significant to you, it’s important to them. It’s why we love them so much. We think The Affluence are spot on with their curation of hotels and accommodation. Especially when it comes to superb interior design. So here’s our edit of the best places to stay for great interior design. Together we’ve have chosen these properties based on their design, amenities, location and their overall appeal. We hope you enjoy learning about them overall as much as we enjoyed writing about it.


Travel Inspiration

Schgaguler Hotel in South Tyrol

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NW3 Interiors Travel InspirationFirstly, the Schgaguler Hotel. This beautiful hotel is situated in the mountain village of Castelrotto near the Seiser Alm and the Val Gardena. The Schgaguler was built in 1986 and renovated in 2018.  Above all it’s timeless, alpine style with reduced aesthetic creates an authentic sense of well-being. It’s truly beautiful. Today, the building is a simple and charming boutique hotel in the heart of the Dolomites. In short, it’s a definite bucket list destination.



Travel to l’Hôtel, Marrakech


NW3 Interiors Travel Inspiration

NW3 Interiors Travel Inspiration

Second is L’Hotel Marrakech. It’s owned by Jasper Conran so you know it’s going to be great! L’Hôtel Marrakech is a privately owned Riad. It’s set in the heart of the ‘red city’s’ Medina. This historic 19th century riad, originally the central part of a Caidal palace, comprises five spacious suites. All surrounding a uniquely wide courtyard garden and swimming pool. The charming retreat combines delicious food, great comfort and service. All the while capturing the elegance of hotels of the1930s. The riad combines superb Moroccan craftsmanship. It includes pieces of antique furniture, textiles, lighting and art from his collection, making it feel more like a home than a hotel.


Travel: The Jaffa Hotel, Tel Aviv



In addition is The Jaffa. The Jaffa is a new Luxury Collection Hotel in Tel Aviv. It’s a 5-star property set within a restored 19th century complex. It once housed Jaffa’s French Hospital but now brings Israel’s leading luxury lifestyle hotel to life. John Pawson’s combines signature minimalist style with custom furniture and sumptuous beds. Not forgetting lavish bathrooms and luxurious amenities. They present the fine comforts of a lifestyle hotel. The Jaffa provides a perfect blend of service, style, and state-of-the-art luxury. To sum it up, an urban resort surrounded by the city’s most fashionable neighbourhood.


Maison de la Luz, New Orleans


On the other hand we have Maison de la Luz. It’s is a distinctive new guest house from Atelier Ace. Above all, it finds beauty in the curious. With 67 suites, private sanctuaries and bespoke concierge service, Maison de la Luz is a lighthouse for the senses. Not to mention a reverent of elegance, irreverent of convention and marked by generosity of spirit. It’s designed in partnership with Studio Shamshiri. So if you love colour and appreciate great design, in short,  this one is for you.


Palazzo Daniele, Puglia



Here is where minimalism meets majesty. Each of the 9 suites represent a timeless experience. It’s where contemporary art, 150 years of history, and design coexist with monastic décor, minimal furnishings, bare walls and vaulted frescos ceilings.

 It has been reshaped by the Milanese duo Ludovica and Roberto Palomba. The property is inspired by the idea of absence. It is stripped back as much as possible while restoring historical features. There is also contemporary art all around the property. Artworks and minimalist designed furnitures are combined in all rooms. Art pieces become functional. Such as the light box of Simon D’Exea illuminating most of the rooms. Or the rain shower installation in a bathroom where the shower is replaced by an archaic source of water falling from a 6 meter high ceiling in a large basin designed by Andrea Sala. Additionally, you can learn so much more about the design here.

Travel to Proper Santa Monica, LA


Next is this gorgeous hotel. The property’s located along sun-drenched Wilshire Boulevard in Santa Monica. It’s within walking distance to the beach too. Each of the 271 rooms, suites and spaces are influenced by the ocean breezes and natural light. So, the interior design includes organic tones and textures of the local coastline. Santa Monica Proper marries the design of Kelly Wearstler with a 1920’s era- landmark building and new contemporary architecture. It is really beautiful. Plus! Guests can also take in the panoramic views from the only rooftop pool deck in Santa Monica. There are three dining options. Finally, guests can also indulge in a treatment in the first-ever Surya Ayurvedic Hotel Spa.


La Granja, Ibiza


Finally, we have La Granja. It’s set among Ibiza’s pastoral inlands and is run in collaboration with Friends of a Farmer. It’s an association devoted to art, crops and gardens. Furthermore the property doesn’t only embrace the heritage of the farmhouse. It also has a connection to the land, all the while honouring rustic simplicity. Not to mention growth and decay, modesty and transience. It includes a nine-bedroom farmhouse, a freestanding, two-bedroom guesthouse, a pool and kitchen. It’s peaceful and back to nature. To conclude, sustainability is at the heart of this place. And that’s something to be admired.

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