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Just a few pictures of my hotel in Luzern. I came here for a 2-day conference. See earlier post about the town, Luzern (Lucerne).

Interiors with cheerful colors without looking like a Disney theme park hotel.

This is the first time I stayed at this chain of business hotels. Luxurious it is not, but its interiors are luxuriantly painted and visually stimulating.

The room’s interior felt like a student’s dormitory – a frosted glass sliding wardrobe door, no natural wood, all a bit Ikea-like, although they are not … these comments should not be taken as a complaint.  See the classic Panton chair (1967, Vitra) by the desk?

Modern and utilitarian – the shower enclosed by a pane of frosted glass, separating it from the living room. I stayed at the Louis Hotel in Munich (see earlier post) with a similar idea (except that the glass there is not frosted, but a rattan screen is provided).

Anne Semonin – a brand of spa toiletries that I don’t know much about.

The moody colored lights in the room add to the dorm ambience.  There is also a floor-standing lamp with a red plexiglass shade in a corner.

For some reason, I’d like to blog about hotels – here are a few more posts about hotel beside the Louis in Munich mentioned above: Le Morgane in Chamonix, Hyatt in Berlin, Jefferson in Virginia and the bath menu in Ritz-Carlton, Washington DC.


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