The entrance to the boutique hotel Peacock Pavilions, comes at the end of winding stone paths though grassy fields. The collection of beautifully designed pavilions, lavish spaces that boast courtyards and exteriors that are beautifully suited for the area, lie just a few miles outside of Marrakech. The arched doorways and windows are lovely, making sure that the rooms inside each pavilion benefit from the bright Morocco sun.
From the moment guests pass through the gated entryway and make their way up the gravel path to the main house at Peacock Pavilions, they are transported to a magical world of lifestyle blogger Maryam Montague’s making, and it all begins with the main room. Like every room at Peacock Pavilions, this expansive chamber is filled with wonders from all corners of the globe. The white walls are the perfect backdrop for Montague’s colorful collection which mixes modern furnishings with antique and modern pieces from Morocco, China and India. The arched doorway on the far left leads to the hotel’s own souk, a small but stunning shop that displays a selection of good curated by Montague to support her non-profit organization, Project Soar (http://www.projectsoarmorocco.org/).
Located in a 1973 bank and opened in March 2018, Oliver Hospitality's Fairlane Hotel has a retro design scheme courtesy of the NYC-based design team Reunion Goods & Services which has worked with the Oliver group on a number of conversions of historic properties to boutique hotels. Beloved New York deli Mile End Delicatessen is in the house along with design that tips its hat to a Mad Men-meets-company man Seventies look.
With their matching black bow ties and suits, these grooms look positively polished for their wedding at The Oliver. The boutique hotel is located in the heart of Knoxville, Tenn., and has an intimate space for their ceremony.
Another way to keep your bathscape sleek? Choose some signature products, a la your favorite boutique hotel. The Sharps prefer organic products and discreet packaging in the toiletries they use throughout their home.
The guest suite in the HGTV Dream Home 2011 was inspired by boutique hotel room design. Italian linens and contemporary furnishings, including a platform bed crafted from Appalachian hardwoods, elevate the home's sophisticated style.
The Durham is a downtown boutique hotel located in what was once a Home Savings Bank branch. The hotel’s design team, Commune, has maintained the structure’s midcentury modern architectural integrity, preserving the original exterior façade.
The hideaway Murphy bed in this urban living space is both practical and stylish. A custom closet with recessed lighting creates a dramatic feel, and clean lines give the sleeping nook a boutique hotel vibe.
On the wall behind the bed, navy blue suede wallpaper creates a stunning—and yet serene—backdrop for the dramatic headboard. Using pendants for reading light instead of table lamps adds to the bedroom's boutique hotel elegance.