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Tuesday
Sep272011

Getting In The Mood

A month from today, I'll be embarking on a two-week long trip to three of Europe's most fascinating cities: Budapest, Vienna and Prague. I have always heard wonders about all of them, so I'm really looking forward to exploring everything these capitals have to offer, especially all the great design I'm about to be exposed to. While doing my usual research for fun places to stay in, I came across this ultra cool hotel in Prague's city center. The creation of Czech designers Roman Vrtiska and Vladimir Zak, the Moods Hotel is designed to a T. Everything about it is simply magnificent. I can't stop drooling over the mix of textures, materials, colors and graphics they used throughout the 51-room hotel. From the moment you walk in, Moods offers a unique and welcoming experience to its guests. Their attention to details is just delightful. As part of the quirky design, they came up with the idea of displaying chapters of a famous Czech book everywhere. You can start reading them from the lobby all the way through your bedroom and even the bathroom. If you're lucky to stay in multiple rooms, you might be able to finish reading the whole book. Beautiful design and a love of literature – how cool! How clever is that?

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Reader Comments (1)

I was in Prague and Vienna in July. Without a doubt, Prague is the most incredible city in the world. It was amazing to be there, to get lost in the city, to see the incredible (and sometimes really crazy) architecture, to experience so much history. Vienna? Not so much. But Budapest? I'm dying to go there. Pining. I'm very excited to see your photos.
Sep 27, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAgent Scully

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