Tired of the hunter green damask pillows you find at Days Inn? Try an Art Hotel. Pay (surprisingly less) to feel really cool, take awesome pictures of yourself in bed and/or have nightmares in the daytime, passing out in the bath tub from all that walking and haggling for trinkets.
I LOVE, love, LOVE to travel. I’ve only been to a few places so far; Thailand and Iceland being the furthest. I have a thing for ‘lands. One item I highly recommend (besides having a traveling companion that you’d be willing to sell or trade to the trannys in the sex district for a knock off Miu Miu bag) is finding a more “interesting” or “offbeat” place to stay for the night. True, if you’re traveling you’ll most likely only sleep in that room but if you’re jet-lagged and out of your friggin’ mind for a few days, why not make it comfortable and stylish and “artsy?” Note: words in quotations are mother-approved and easily understood by less adventurous travelers.
Check out these picks from around the globe…
Arte Kunst Hotel in Berlin.
Hotel Silken Puerta America in Madrid. THAT IS THE HALLWAY TO YOUR ROOM. Werd?
Hotel Des Arts in San Fran. This dude is super famous. I hear San Fran is too.
Reflections Hotel in Bangkok. I stayed here. IT WAS RIDICULOUS. If you follow that link to their site, that’s pretty much how it feels to stay there. Overwhelming, like you are on crack, and so radical that it hurts your soul to love Thai people so much. I mean, that’s how I felt at least.
Hotel Fox in Copenhagen. Uber cool.
And that first image is from New Majestic Hotel in Singapore’s Chinatown district. Yes, please.
Now. Go away. Read some books. Take some trips. And save the continental breakfast waffles for “normal” people.