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Design

Jacques Garcia: the visionary hotel interior designer

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This article and interview was originally published in AUBERGE – my newsletter for hospitality professionals. It features the story and work of one of France’s most celebrated interior designers – an icon in hotel interior design and a visionary without comparison. Jacques Garcia is the man behind some of Paris’ most wonderful and luxurious hotels. …

Hotels, Travel

10 Remotely Located Hotels in Europe For Your Next Holiday

remote hotels europe

Someday soon, when we’re able to travel again, I’m dreaming of checking in to these beautiful and remote hotels. From Switzerland to Tuscany – in this post, I’ve hand-picked 10 places in Europe for your next (safe) holiday. 1. La Bandita, Pienza, Tuscany Vacation in Tuscany; it sounds like a dream – and it is! …

Design, Hotels, Uncategorized

The Birch Experience: Modern Opulence challenging traditional luxury

birch hotel england

The first time I became aware of Birch in England was about 6 months ago when I was doing research for an article. I was immediately captured by the hotel’s refreshing approach to hospitality. Their interior is a unique blend of contemporary simplicity and good old-fashioned opulence; something that simply draws me in. Let’s take …

Hotels, Reviews

Checking in: Villa Copenhagen

villa copenhagen

Have you heard of Copenhagen’s new hot spot, Villa Copenhagen? The majestic building in the heart of the capital, which once housed the Danish Post & Telegraph Office, re-opened as a hotel in Spring this year. Despite the turbulent times, Villa Copenhagen has quickly gained status as a hub for design lovers and hedonists – …

Business, Resources

My e-book “Storytelling for Hotels” is out!

It’s a big day for me today! The e-book I’ve been working on for months, “Storytelling for Hotels”, is finally out. Digitally, that is, because I intentionally didn’t want to publish a physical one. A few years ago, my first book, “Freelancer”, was launched in Denmark. That was a physical book, and it took a …