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The Design Hotels Book

Introducing the 2010 Design Hotels book. Would you like one,
read on to find out how you could win 1 of 3 free copies.

There are hotels and then there are Design Hotels; those
hotels that go beyond ‘luxury’ to design the experience of staying away from

We came across Design Hotels some time ago, and if you’ve
been following out TRAVEL section on habitusliving.com then no doubt you’ve
spotted the name more than once. The organisation promotes
a selection of the best design-oriented hotels across the globe.

Their website is a wealth of information to anyone planning
to travel in design, but to truly experience these amazing hotels (without
actually visiting them) you can’t go past the Design Hotels book.

This beautiful book contains over 170 Design Hotels as well
as the 2010 Made by Originals collection – profiling 10 hotel ‘creators’ who
have dreamt up enchanting hotels, from a medieval castle to Maison Machino in
Milan and a playfully vibrant Singaporean retreat.

The Design Hotels Book is a feast of brilliant imagery and
intriguing stories of hotels in hidden corners, bustling cities and on tropical
islands – each with its own unique personality.

You can buy your copy of the Design Hotels Book online or, you can send us an email telling us your favourite hotel experience you
could win 1 of 3 books (valued at $115 each) sent straight to you.* The most creative responses will win.


Design Hotels


*Please note that by entering this competition you are
agreeing to have your email address added to the Design Hotels promotional
mailing list. Competition closes Thursday 30 September 2010.