Steal The Style Of 7 Intagrammable Hotels in Europe

Hotels often have a bad reputation for being boring and basic. The clinical white bedsheets, cream walls and unimaginative artwork makes the room feel bland. However, many hoteliers now understand that unique design is a way to stand out from the crowd and gives their guests incentive to return. It makes travel far more exciting when your hotel, as well as your destination, is worth the trip.

So, let me ask you a question. Have you ever stayed at a hotel and wanted to to create the same look in your home? I know I have! Below, I have rounded up 7 stunning European hotels and given you the tools to recreate the look yourselves.

1. Swan House apartments, Reykjavik, Iceland

The chic design of the Swan house features a mixture of Scandi and rustic influences. They made the Swan House with hardwood floors, high-quality beds and beautiful accessories. All apartments are tastefully furnished for comfort and relaxation.

Myself and my boyfriend will be staying here for a few days next March and I’m super excited about it!

The chic design of the Swan house features a mixture of Scandi and rustic influences. They made the Swan House with hardwood floors, high-quality beds and beautiful accessories. All apartments are tastefully furnished for comfort and relaxation. Myself and my boyfriend will be staying here for a few days next March and I'm super excited about it!
(Image Credit: The Swan House Hotel)

Steal the style:

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  1. Ellis dining table, Mango wood – Swoon Editions
  2. Mistana Riggs distressed area rug – Wayfair
  3. Striped Sofa Bench – House Doctor
  4. Cotton canvas cushion cover, Pink – H&M home
  5. Original 1277 wall mounted lamp – Amara
  6. Werkstadt Skandi headboard – Wayfair
  7. Oversized Black Framed Mirror – Cox & Cox
  8. Tuvalie plaid blanket – IKEA
  9. Misty mountain paint – Dulux
  10. Lilla Dining Chair, Dark Grey – Cult Furniture

2.Leman Locke, London, UK

Leman Locke is a design-led aparthotel for those who want to challenge the status quo, and experience the unique and authentic. Designed for travellers for whom a bed and shower in a shoebox isn’t enough, it has been branded ‘The most accessible hipster aparthotel in Shoreditch.’

The beautiful pastel palette, millennial pink and soft neutrals make it an instant Instagram hit. The gorgeous Scandi inspired furniture also means it’s bang on trend.

Leman Locke is a design-led aparthotel for those who want to challenge the status quo, and experience the unique and authentic. Designed for travellers for whom a bed and shower in a shoebox isn’t enough, it has been branded 'The most accessible hipster aparthotel in Shoreditch.'  The beautiful pastel palette, millennial pink and soft neutrals make it an instant Instagram hit. The gorgeous Scandi inspired furniture also means it's bang on trend.
(Image Credit: Leman Locke)

Steal the style:

Leman Locke hotel London

  1. Peeta white metal and wood floor lamp – Habitat
  2. Mineral Mist – Dulux
  3. Lysekil concrete effect wall panel – IKEA

  4. Crawford chaise sofa, Bloom – Arlo & Jacob
  5. Corazana grey triangle knitted throw – B&Q

  6. Muuto airy coffee table – Nest

  7. Nordlux RAY contemporary wall light – The Lighting Company
  8. Alhede high pile rug – IKEA

3.Skiathos Blu hotel, Skiathos Island, Greece

The Skiathos Blu interiors are impressive and elegant, reflecting a stylish blend of contemporary design with traditional elements such us local stonework, rustic arches and chestnut ceilings. The rooms have a distinctive Bohemian style by including macrame wall hangings, Acapulco chairs, and linen bedding. Natural woods, fittings in blackened steel and smooth earthy colours all help to create a calm space.

The Skiathos Blu interiors are impressive and elegant, reflecting a stylish blend of contemporary design with traditional elements such us local stonework, rustic arches and chestnut ceilings. The rooms have a distinctive Bohemian style by including macrame wall hangings, Acapulco chairs, and linen bedding. Natural woods, fittings in blackened steel and smooth earthy colours all help to create a calm space. 
(Image Credit: Skiathos Blu Hotel)

Steal the style:

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  1. Fog on lake poster – Desenio
  2. Bus Stop on a Foggy Morning Matt Emulsion paint- Dowsing and Reynolds
  3. Jacquard weave cushion cover – H&M
  4. Cast Pendant, Concrete & glass – Made in Design
  5. Fejka artificial plant – IKEA
  6. Zuiver cupid side table – Naken
  7. Bohemian Macrame fringed cushion – Home Lust
  8. Dutch Decor Linen Cushion Cover, Denim – Wayfair
  9. Indoor Outdoor grey string chair – Cox & Cox
  10. Mkono Macrame Wall Hanging  – Amazon
  11. Tuvalie Throw – IKEA

4.Hotel bikini, Berlin, Germany

The heritage-protected Bikini-Bau is home to the 25 hours Bikini hotel with a direct view of the Zoological garden in the north and the landmark of West Berlin to the South. The creative team of Studio Aisslinger plays with the opposites and unties them to create an urban jungle. The tagline ‘wild as the jungle, diverse as the big city’ certainly fits!

The heritage-protected Bikini-Bau is home to the 25 hours Bikini hotel with a direct view of the Zoological garden in the north and the landmark of West Berlin to the South. The creative team of Studio Aisslinger plays with the opposites and unties them to create an urban jungle. The tagline 'wild as the jungle, diverse as the big city' certainly fits! 
(Image Credit: 25Hours Bikini Berlin)

Steal the style:

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  1. Monstera potted plant – IKEA
  2. Cucumber and lime hand balm – Stop the Water While Using Me
  3. Lisamari throw – IKEA
  4. Weston metal mirror – Maisons du Monde
  5. Barbados hammock – Amara
  6. Woven Alfie cushion, red – Dunelm
  7. Inhale Exhale quote cushion – Redbubble
  8. Noir tall basin mixer matt black – Bath Store
  9. Fifty Five South Kolding Round Stool Yellow – House of Isabella
  10. Sanela curtains – IKEA
  11. Miami Counter Top Basin – Victorian Plumbing
  12. Green Park tile – Walls and Floors

5. Hôtel Henriette, Paris, France

Hôtel Henriette features thirty two individually designed bedrooms to provide a constantly unfolding and fresh source of delight for their guests. The rooms include old furniture and materials alongside bold modern pieces, which creates elegance and originality.

“Far from the hotel stereotypes, a true life place where each room was imagined differently, so the traveler can constantly renew his experience. Inviting yourself to a guest room, feeling at home, letting your imagination and emotions run free, this is the statement of Henriette.”

Hôtel Henriette features thirty two individually designed bedrooms to provide a constantly unfolding and fresh source of delight for their guests. The rooms include old furniture and materials alongside bold modern pieces, which creates elegance and originality.
(Image Credit: Hôtel Henriette)

Steal the style:

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  1. MSC-R2C Lamp Serge Mouille – My Faktory
  2. Double toggle switch – Dowsing and Reynolds
  3. Hampstead side table – Sweetpea and Willow
  4. Mysterious teal – Dulux
  5. Pine plywood sheets – Specialised panel products
  6. Haywood office chair, walnut and black – Made.com
  7. Berber Style Cotton Rug – Abode Living

  8. Velour yellow cushion – Dunelm
  9. Faux Aloe succulent stem – West Elm
  10. Small Brass Hexagon Pot – Ferm Living
  11. Ullvide Pillowcase, Dark blue – IKEA
  12. Blanche adjustable lamp – Maisons du Monde

6.Nobis hotel, Copenhagen, Denmark

High quality materials generate sophistication and the hand-picked interiors creates an interweaving between modernism and classicism. The walls are painted in a soothing colour scale of beautiful blues paired with rustic hardwood oak floor in chevron pattern which create a natural, relaxing environment. The modern Scandi furniture is very sleek and stylish – it is a true Danish dream.

High quality materials generate sophistication and the hand-picked interiors creates an interweaving between modernism and classicism. The walls are painted in a soothing colour scale of beautiful blues paired with rustic hardwood oak floor in chevron pattern which create a natural, relaxing environment. The modern Scandi furniture is very sleek and stylish - it is a true Danish dream. 
(Image Credit:

Steal the style:

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  1. Ogilvy floor lamp – Made.com
  2. Round Watermark Rug – West Elm
  3. Saigon 4 Poster Bed Frame – Tesco
  4. Federico stool, large – Gillmore Space
  5. Lost Lake paint – Dulux
  6. dCor design Uno side table – Wayfair
  7. Astrid ceiling light – Habitat
  8. CH25 LOUNGE CHAIR – Cult furniture

7.Indigo hotel, Antwerp, Belgium

You are guaranteed a uniquely local hotel experience at Indigo Hotel, Antwerp. The culture of the surrounding neighbourhood is reflected in the vibrant sights, sounds and flavour of our hotels. Reflecting Antwerp’s innate creativity, the hotel rooms welcome you in with hand-crafted furniture and sleek sofas. Designed in oak, the guest rooms are adorned with contemporary artworks in homage to great Flemish artists.

You are guaranteed a uniquely local hotel experience at Indigo Hotel, Antwerp. The culture of the surrounding neighbourhood is reflected in the vibrant sights, sounds and flavour of our hotels. Reflecting Antwerp's innate creativity, the hotel rooms welcome you in with hand-crafted furniture and sleek sofas. Designed in oak, the guest rooms are adorned with contemporary artworks in homage to great Flemish artists.
(Image Credit: Indigo Hotel)

Steal the style:

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  1. Cactus Flower Poster – Desenio
  2. Monstera b&w one poster – Desenio
  3. Black shirt poster – Desenio
  4. Viscount headboard – The headboard store
  5. Pyramid hanging terrarium – Sass & Belle
  6. Antionette chalk paint – Annie Sloan
  7. Vivaraise Maia Waffle Throw – Printer & Tailor
  8. Tejn rug, white – IKEA
  9. Swan circular side table – Gillmore Space
  10. Swedine cushion in pink – Maisons du Monde
  11. Palm Leaf Print Cushion Cover – GreyFoxandWren on Etsy

  12. Artificial Yucca in pot – Maisons du Monde


Thanks for reading! Have you stayed in any of the hotels that I’ve featured? If you’d like your own steal the style guide, drop me an email! Also, if you enjoyed this post and want to share it, please use the graphic below:

Hotels often have a bad reputation for being boring and basic. The clinical white bedsheets, cream walls and unimaginative artwork makes the room feel bland. However, many hoteliers now understand that unique design is a way to stand out from the crowd and gives their guests incentive to return. It makes travel far more exciting when your hotel, as well as your destination, is worth the trip. So, let me ask you a question. Have you ever stayed at a hotel and wanted to to create the same look in your home? I know I have! Below, I have rounded up 7 stunning European hotels and given you the tools to recreate the look yourselves.

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Speak soon!

Eve x

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12 Comments Add yours

  1. Oh wow, what a stunning selection of hotels! I’ve definitely started using blogs and Instagram to find pretty hotels on my travels! I’ve never heard of the hotel in Shoreditch but it’s stunning! If I ever visit any of the cities I am absolutely booking one of these for a night!
    Hels xx
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    P.S. Just voted for you!

  2. Lisa's Notebook says:

    Goodness, these are some pretty hotel rooms! My favourite is the first one, in Iceland, although I think my daughter would LOVE the Berlin hammock room, haha. Thank you for the tips on how to replicate their style! x

    Lisa | http://www.lisasnotebook.com

  3. sophhearts says:

    This is really interesting! I’ve never stayed in a boring hotel so I had no idea that was a thing! All of these hotels look absolutely gorgeous though and I’d love to visit 😍

    Soph – https://sophhearts.com x

  4. Lupe says:

    These hotel rooms are so pretty! I especially love the furniture in the one from Belgium, and the one from Paris has a really cool bedframe.

  5. Aaliyah Hunt says:

    This is such a grest post idea! All those hotel rooms look so lovely! My favourite is the first one, I love the pink and grey colour scheme and the I need that big round mirror! X

  6. Bexa says:

    These are all so stylish! I especially love the Hotel bikini, the hammock looks so cool and such a unique & quirky addition to a hotel room. I’m loving the jungle theme too! Thanks for sharing Eve! 💖 xx

    Bexa | http://www.hellobexa.com

  7. Izzy K says:

    I’m moving into a new house in September so thanks for sharing this, now I have so many options haha!

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  8. glowsteady says:

    I think the last one is my favourite in terms of decor, but overall I tend to prefer more classic styles than everything looking so crisp x

    Sophie
    http://www.glowsteady.co.uk

  9. Nancy says:

    I love it when hotels give a little extra care to their interior decor. I’m usually tired of the standard white sheets and all. I love all of these hotel’s interior decor! My favorite has to be Hotel Bikini – you get a nice view PLUS the hammock! How cool is that?!

    Nancy ♥ exquisitely.me

  10. These are some seriously stylish hotels! I recently stayed in the whackiest hotel ever, the decor was a far cry from these (although I secretly LOVED it). But I’d love these sort of styles in my own house xxx

  11. I love the look of these hotels! They’re so homey and look comfortable. I wish I was traveling around Europe to experience these hotels!

    xx, Des | https://www.itsbetterinheels.com/

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