Travel & Tourism (148)
Put your head down...in the clouds
The One by Five hotel in Paris is unique in its design. The whole hotel is meant to make guests feel like in a dream world. Every wall and floor is covered with photo-canvas full of stars and clouds, while beds, mirrors and lights give the impressions that they are floating. The overall design gives guests the feeling of an endless and surreal space.
Why it matters
The design provides a true experience for guests and goes beyond providing all the functional elements one would want or need in a hotel room. Are there other services that may be considered routine or functional that could be spiced up to make the experience worthwhile?
Qatar Airways is launching a new fleet of Boeing 787 aircraft that are specially designed for optimal luxury, social interaction and networking in-flight. The chairs point to each other around wood tables, each seat has a touch screen, and all cabins are equipped to connect to personal devices. The flight also features an automatically shifting light sensor that works to adjust travelers’ biological clocks to the new time zone.
The Four Season’s luxury hotel in Toronto has launched a participatory project with its audience via social networks. The hotel is moving locations and so to celebrate the history and moments that the building has seen, past guests and employees are invited to create and become co-authors of a memory book.