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Hotels.com reveals the world’s best hotels for fashionistas

Hotels.com reveals the world’s best hotels for fashionistas

Auckland, 27 September, 2012 – High-end fashion is moving from the runway to popular holiday destinations, with a number of key fashion designers turning their talents to luxury hotels and resorts around the world. From Oscar de la Renta in The Dominican Republic to Armani in Dubai, fashion-conscious travellers and lovers of luxury can experience haute-couture like never before with Hotels.com’s top ten hotels designed by fashion icons.

Hotels.com lists the top ten hotels designed by famous fashion designers:

Hotel: Halekulani Hotel, 5*
Hotel Location: Honolulu, Hawaii
Designer: Vera Wang

The Halekulani hotel is home to a one-of-a-kind suite designed by Vera Wang. Oozing elegance with its charcoal drapes and dark wood overtones, the hotel’s name literally translates to “House befitting heaven”. Adding to the elegance is the Wang-style service, which includes limousine transport. The suite also houses the iconic designer’s perfumes as well as personally selected movies and a self-styled cocktail menu.

Rooms at the 5* Halekulani Hotel start at $633 per room per night*. To book a stay at Halekulani Hotel, visit: Hotels.com or call 1800 846 835.

Hotel: Hotel Le Bellechasse Saint Germain, 4*
Hotel Location: Paris, France
Designer: Christian Lacroix

Located right in the heart of Paris, the individual rooms at the Hotel Le Bellechasse Saint Germain are all hand-designed by Christian Lacroix and feature flamboyant works of art.

The glamourous and extravagant hotel rooms come complete with soundproofing and an in-room French-style breakfast is offered to all guests, completing the authentic French experience.

The hotel also boasts a wonderful location, just a short walk to the Effiel Tower, the Louvre and the Musee d'Orsay.

Rooms at the 4* Hotel Le Bellechasse Saint Germain start at $310 per room per night*. To book a stay at Hotel Le Bellechasse Saint Germain, visit: Hotels.com or call 1800 846 835.

Hotel: Armani Hotel, 5*
Hotel Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Designer: Giorgio Armani

The five-star Armani Hotel, located in Dubai, is the pinnacle of luxury accommodation with rooms located in the world’s largest tower, overlooking the bustling city of Dubai.

From the stone floors and zebrawood panels, to the bespoke furnishings and personally designed hotel amenities, Armani’s signature style of elegance, sophistication and simplicity graces every room.

Rooms at the 5* Armani Hotel start at $788 per room per night*. To book a stay at Armani Hotel, visit: Hotels.com or call 1800 846 835
Hotel: Claridge's, 5*

Hotel Location: London, United Kingdom
Designer: Diane von Furstenberg

Claridge’s Hotel in London is a fashion lover’s art deco paradise. Designed by fashion legend Diane von Furstenberg, the hotel is close to the famous Bond Street and Oxford Street shopping precincts.

The exclusive hotel shows strong 1920s design elements with all 202 rooms equipped with personal marble bathrooms and a full-service spa.

Claridge’s also hosts a Gordon Ramsay restaurant within the hotel as well as a butler service for all rooms.

Rooms at the 5* Claridge’s start at $598 per room per night*. To book a stay at Claridge’s, visit: Hotels.com or call 1800 846 835.

Hotel: Tortuga Bay Hotel, 5*
Hotel Location: Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
Designer: Oscar de la Renta

Travellers looking for a stylish, luxurious getaway don’t have to be constrained by big city hotels, with the Tortuga Bay Hotel located on the sandy shores of Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic.

Complimenting the surroundings, De la Renta has designed furniture from local woods and fabrics with beds made of wicker, chairs of sea grass and walls adorned with pictures of tropical flowers and plants.

The Tortuga Bay Hotel offers guests exclusive access to a private beach, a full service spa and a complimentary private car transfer from the airport.

Rooms at the 5* Tortuga Bay Hotel start at $1,078 per room per night*. To book a stay at Tortuga Bay Hotel, visit: Hotels.com or call 1800 846 83

Hotel: Palazzo Versace, 5*
Hotel Location: Gold Coast, Australia
Designer: House of Versace

A waterfront setting, spectacular architecture, Italian furnishings, extraordinary service and an ambience of pure glamour; Palazzo Versace is everything you would expect from the world’s first fully fashion-branded hotel.

Located on Queensland’s Gold Coast, Palazzo Versace offers the beauty of a Renaissance palace set within luxurious surroundings creating an unmistakably Versace experience.

Rooms at the 5* Palazzo Versace start at $501 per room per night*. To book a stay at Palazzo Versace, visit: Hotels.com or call 1800 846 835.

Hotel: Round Hill Hotel and Villas, 4.5*
Hotel Location: Montego Bay, Jamaica
Designer: Ralph Lauren

As timeless as a Chanel suit, this hotel will have fashion-lovers lining up for a chance to stay in the suites designed by fashion icon, Ralph Lauren.

Lauren’s classic designs with splashes of seasonal colour are always a hit on the runway and are on display throughout this luxury resort. Originally an 18-century plantation villa, Ralph Lauren has enhanced its quintessential character, which is based on charm, elegance and a long fashion history.

Rooms at the 5* Round Hill Hotel and Villas start at $395 per room per night*. To book a stay at Round Hill Hotel and Villas, visit: Hotels.com or call 1800 846 835.

Hotel: The G Hotel, 5*
Hotel Location: Galway, Ireland
Designer: Philip Tracey

The G Hotel, located in Galway, Ireland, is full of bright and vibrant designs by Philip Tracey, a famous Irish milliner.

Philip Tracey’s grasp of design and fashion can be seen in every facet of the hotel. From the uniquely bright lobby, to the five-star dining, the inspiration from old-style Hollywood fashion and glamour is everywhere.

Rooms at the 5* G Hotel start at $249 per room per night*. To book a stay at The G Hotel, visit: Hotels.com or call 1800 846 835.

Hotel: Hotel Missoni, 5*
Hotel Location: Edinburgh, Scotland
Designer: Missoni

Hotel Missoni is located right in the heart of Edinburgh and was design by Italian fashion house, Missoni.

Hotel Missoni reflects its designs perfectly with fun, bold colours coupled with distinctive patterns throughout the hotel. The hotel is sleek in its design but caters to the stylish whims of its guests. With fun feature walls and hyper-coloured accessories you may find yourself mistaking the lobby for the runway.

Rooms at the 5* Hotel Missoni start at $293 per room per night*. To book a stay at The Hotel Missoni, visit: Hotels.com or call 1800 846 835.

Hotel: Hotel Maison Moschino, 4*
Hotel Location: Milan, Italy
Designer: Moschino

Hotel Maison Moschino is located in the fashion capital of the world, Milan. The beautiful hotel, designed by fashion house Moschino has a strong design theme, focusing on fashion and fairytales.

The boutique hotel has individually designed rooms with names including Little Red Riding Hood, Alice in Wonderland and Sleeping Beauty. The rooms boast elegance and sophistication through each element including the fashion-inspired beds and hand designed bodice lamps.

Rooms at the 4* Hotel Maison Moschino start at $291 per room per night*. To book a stay at Hotel Maison Moschino, visit: Hotels.com or call 1800 846 835.

*All prices and deals are correct as of 26 September, 2012 and are subject to change. For more information, please visit Hotels.com.

About Hotels.com

Hotels.com is a leading online accommodation booking website with almost 155,000 properties worldwide, ranging from international chains and all-inclusive resorts to local favourites and bed & breakfasts, together with all the information needed to book the perfect stay. Hotels.com benefits from one of the largest hotel contracting teams in the industry, negotiating the best rates for its customers, and offers frequent sales, special deals and promotions. Regular customer e-newsletters provide exclusive offers and advance warning of up-coming sales. There are over 7 million guest reviews on the site from users who have actually stayed in the hotels to ensure customers can make an informed choice when booking. Through its industry-leading loyalty program Welcome Rewards, customers can earn a free night for every 10 nights stayed at more than 65,000 hotels. Under its Price Match Guarantee, if a customer can find the same deal for less on a prepaid hotel, Hotels.com will refund the difference. Travellers can book online or by contacting one of the multilingual call centres. Special apps for mobile phones and tablets can also be downloaded at www.hotels.com/deals/mobile_nz/ enabling customers to book on the go with access to 20,000 last minute deals. For the last eight years, Hotels.com has published an award-winning twice-yearly review of international hotel room price trends called the Hotels.com Hotel Price Index which is now produced in 31 individual country editions. Follow Hotels.com on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/hotelscomNZ, on Twitter at https://twitter.com/hotels_com_ANZ and on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/HotelsANZ. Hotels.com is part of Expedia Inc., the largest online travel company in the world with an extensive portfolio that includes some of the world's best-known brands.

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