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New Post has been published on White Sand Luxury Villas & SpaZanzibar White Sand Luxury Villas & Spa is powered by wind and solar energy thanks to solar panels and a state-of-the-art wind turbine.Additionally, the resort relies on its own water source and desalination plant. Each villa is equipped with photovoltaic solar water heating system. Designed by celebrated architect Neil Rocher, Zanzibar White Sand Luxury Villas & Spa is a privately owned resort with charming oceanfront villas, a luxurious spa and a selection of eat & drink outlets, including a fine-dining Zanzibari restaurant and a rooftop lounge.
New Post has been published on Hotels Designed By Famous Fashion Designers Fashion icons put their couture-worthy stamp on hotels around the world. Check out chic boutique designer hotels by fashion designers and then tell us: Which is your fave fashionable hotel?

Penthouse at One&Only Hayman Island by Diane von Furstenberg
Nestled in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia, One&Only Hayman Island is an exquisite private island resort with breathtaking water views, state-of-the-art amenities and a fantastic choice of accommodation options. There are sleek, modernly designed beach villas, gracious pool suites, and stylish penthouses conceived by world-famous fashion designers, to name but a few.
Farol Hotel by 9 Fashion Designers
Oceanfront chic meets designer flair at Farol Hotel, a luxurious seaside retreat on the rugged and beautiful coast of Cascais. Nestled between the powdered sands of Guincho Beach and the picturesque fishing village of Cascais, this luxurious seaside retreat on the Portuguese Riviera was once the royal hideaway of the Kings and Queens of Europe in the 1950s.
Tcherassi Hotel + Spa, by Silvia Tcherassi
Cartagena de Indias is a wonderful alternative to the generic Caribbean holiday that has long become tiresome for many. This beautiful urban city, one of the largest cities in Colombia, is the perfect combination of old-world history and modern-day innovations, and the luxury Tcherassi Hotel + Spa is the ideal place to unwind while still taking in Cartagena’s rich culture.
Round Hill Hotel and Villas by Ralph Lauren
We invite you to experience a Jamaican resort unlike any other. Sophisticated, subdued, and sublime, this collection of luxury Jamaican Villas and oceanfront hotel rooms shines as a beacon of perfection amongst the Caribbean’s finest resorts. Captivating and carefree, richly appointed and steeped in tradition, Round Hill takes you away and brings you closer together. Long one of the most beautiful and elegant boutique resorts in the Caribbean, Round Hill caters to the needs of its sophisticated guests—families, couples, and friends. Impeccable service and warm Jamaican hospitality greet you as soon as you step onto the property, and our staff make you feel right at home here in Jamaica.
Hôtel Le Bellechasse, by Christian Lacroix
The Hôtel Le Bellechasse sits on a peaceful little street located just steps from the Musée d’Orsay on the select left bank of the Seine River. This quiet residential area which boasts famous monuments, numerous art galleries, fine restaurants and lively bars is the perfect base for visitors wishing to explore Paris on foot. Nearby attractions include the Tuileries Gardens, Saint-Germain des Prés, the Louvre Museum, the Invalides or the romantic Seine embankment.
G&V Royal Mile Hotel – Edinburgh, Scotland
Brightening Edinburgh’s grey grandeur with monochrome prints and flashes of neonr, G&V Royal Mile Hotel is a resplendent rainbow-coloured retreat, with a restaurant and bar styled with catwalk cool. This bold and beautiful boutique hotel is close to the castle; its yellow stone façade dotted with windows, so guests can soak up the scenic city sights.
Armani Hotel Dubai, by Giorgio Armani
The Armani Hotel Dubai is located in the impressive Burj Khalifa skyscraper, the tallest building in the world, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The interior is sleek and stylish, with an undeniable aura of sophistication and elegance.

Vice Versa Hotel, by Chantal Thomass
Fashioned by French lingerie designer Chantal Thomass, Paris’ Vice Versa Hotel boasts sexy, fanciful rooms finished in a mind-blowing variety of styles and themes. Expect glamorous suites brimming with Parisian fashion accessories, walls decked out in bank notes, teapots that double as lamps, and sultry bathrooms draped in black lace.
Palazzo Versace Australia by Versace
Palazzo Versace takes the beauty, the luxury and the opulence for which the Versace name is famous and envelopes residents and guest in an ambience that is pure Versace.
Maison Moschino by Moschino, Milan, Italy
The hotel is located in the old neoclassical railway station on Viale Monte Grappa, 12, that opened in 1840 for the Milan-Monza route. The creativity of the 65 rooms of the Maison Moschino has been inspired by dreams and fairy tales. 16 fanciful settings each different that give name to the 65 rooms of the hotel and that are surrealistic visions obtained by adapting the typical language of fashion to the interior design.
New Post has been published on Australasian Circa 1858- A Luxury Boutique Hotel, AustraliaThe Australasian Circa 1858 is a magnificently renovated small, privately owned and operated, boutique luxury hotel. In an Australian country town it is rare to experience such a small, luxury, private, boutique hotel with so much attention given to every detail. This award-winning boutique private hotel offers luxury Goolwa accommodation with 5 totally unique, modern Asian-themed suites, daily room servicing, concierge and Chef-prepared breakfasts – delivered discreetly to your door on a tray-mobile. The Australasian Dining Room is exclusively for houseguests except for our popular public Saturday night, when Chef Juliet Michell presents a 3 course, Asian-inspired set menu. The Australasian is a welcoming aesthetic haven on South Australia’s Fleurieu Peninsula where international, national and local clientele are encouraged to feast their senses on fine South Australian food, wine and hospitality whilst revitalising their body and soul within an exceptional and health-conscious establishment.
New Post has been published on Hotel Golf & Spa- An Elegant Luxury Experience Resort, Mauritius An elegant five-star resort, Dinarobin Hotel Golf & Spa is a haven of peace and tranquility – the ideal setting for your luxury holiday in Mauritius and the perfect sanctuary to renew your body and soul. 
The Dinarobin Hotel Golf & Spa has four 4 stunning restaurants, L’Harmonie is the main restaurant offering Chinese, Creole, French and Italian dishes with stunning views out over the lagoon, Saveurs des Iles is the choice for the romantic at heart set within an intimate setting it offers a fusion of French cuisine with Mauritian twists. The hotel offers a number of land and water sports including water-skiing many of which take place in the sheltered lagoon at the Paradis as well as access to the Paradis 18-hole golf course. If you are looking for a bit of pampering then the Dinarobin Spa by Clarins is the place for you, one of the best of the island, relax beside the fresh water pool within the villa’s private courtyard before or after your relaxing massage or treatment. The Spa by Clarins is without doubt one of the most beautiful in Mauritius and the ideal place to relax and be pampered.
New Post has been published on Sarojin- 56 Luxury Guest Residences, ThailandThe Sarojin comprises 56 luxury guest residences situated in 7 separate two-storey buildings overlooking our tropical gardens and ancient Ficus tree. Careful design allows abundant space and privacy to blend harmoniously with nature. Sublime, serene, peaceful. Each guest residence is entered by crossing a stream via the grounds and through a garden terrace – all around nature abounds in a botanical haven wreathed with birdsong and filled with wild fruit, herb gardens and local species of trees. The Sarojin Suite is a home away from home. The fourteen one-bedroom, 150 sqm suites are truly luxurious and extremely spacious with separate bedroom and lounge areas. All privately situated on the upper floor of the Sarojin’s seven two-storey guest residence buildings and offer magnificent garden views.

Accommodations at the Sarojin are neither frivolous nor spartan. They are designed to relax and refresh your senses both visually and physically, with a soft, modern colour palette. The Sarojin offers four guest residence options, namely Sarojin Suites, Pool Residences, Garden Residences and a 2-Bedroom Pool Residence. Each option has its own special feel, and we invite you to explore to discover which one is right for you. Little and thoughtful touches subtly and sensibly help you to relax and enjoy a friend’s home.
New Post has been published on Platine Hotel -A Chic Boutique Hotel Dedicated to Marilyn Monroe, Paris, FranceThe Platine Hotel is a chic boutique hotel whose interior décor pays tribute to Marilyn Monroe. Each room is tastefully decorated with modern bespoke furniture, glamorous amenities and huge photos depicting the iconic blonde. The hotel’s theme is dedicated to Marilyn Monroe , this astonishing decor which ingeniously blends modern design and retro charm, invites you to follow in the steps of voluptuous pin-up who became the legendary symbol of platinum blond. By following her career and her era, which was so distinctive, you will experience and a surprising journey into the magical universe of a mythical film star, where America in the 1950s is dressed in a subtle and quite simply irresistible setting.  From the entrance hall of the establishment down to the smallest details in all of its 46 rooms, the atmosphere is warm and playful. The lighting effects will surprise you, revealing the fine details of unusual textures, vibrant colours and original objects. Book a room now!
New Post has been published on Ultimate in Luxury: Viceroy Bali- 25 Luxuriously Private Pool Villas The Viceroy Bali is a family owned and operated resort in Ubud consisting of 25 luxuriously appointed private pool villas, majestically situated in Bali’s “Valley of the Kings” an appellation given by locals for the generations of Balinese royalty who have resided in nearby villages. The resort is also well known by sophisticated international travelers as one of the world’s secret tropical hideaways and respected by its many repeat guests as a destination that places emphasis on the best of privacy and comfort.

All the private villas are luxuriously appointed with the latest electronic amenities, an espresso machine, full mini bar, and king size bed with lush bedding. Each villa offers spacious yet cozy outdoor spaces with stunning valley views. The luxury Bali hotel guarantees all guests absolute privacy and discretion so that the guest’s stay at the hotel remains their own experience, and is not public knowledge.
New Post has been published on Reasons why Your Hot Tub is Good for YouPeople invest in hot tubs for many reasons, some of which include escaping the biting cold of winter and making their house into a party pad. I mean, what great party movie have you seen that didn’t include a pool or hot tub scene? Regardless of why you have one, I bet you haven’t considered all of the health benefits that you can enjoy from a good, hot soak. Now let’s look at another 5 Reasons Your Hot Tub is Good for You.
You can also see some amazing mountain resorts with hot tub included presented on Designrulz.

1. Relaxation
We’ll start with the obvious one; hot tubs promote relaxation. When you’re immersed in hot water, your muscles become less tense and you release stress as a result.

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2. Immune System

Being in an environment where the temperature is raised (like a sauna or a hot tub) helps to stimulate your body’s natural production of white blood cells. An abundance of these cells aids in your body’s natural ability to fight off infections, viruses, etc. You’ll get sick less often if you’re frequenting your hot tub on a regular basis.
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3. Detox
One of the bonuses of being in a hot tub is that it mimics some of the benefits of exercise without having to put strain on your heart. After a few minutes in the hot water of a spa, you’ll begin to sweat; sweating is a great way to remove toxins from your body and it really helps your skin improve.
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4. Blood Pressure
When you’re immersed in hot water, your heart rate speeds up to send blood to the surface of your body to remove excess body heat as a means to deal with the increased outside temperature of your environment.
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5. Healing
Hydrotherapy, particularly in hot water is known to help people who are recovering from injury or surgery. Just make sure you’re getting into the water with the consent of your doctor after waiting a significant time after you’ve gone under the knife. Again, the increased circulation and blood supply to the injured area helps you to recover quicker in addition to the benefits of an increase in production of white blood cells.
The Aqua Dome- A Pure Relaxation in the Heart of the Ötztal Alps
New Post has been published on 10  Most Amazing Airport Lounges Around The Globe The airport was once a place associated with stress, queues and general discomfort, however over the last decade, cities around the world have helped to take the edge off a little, by building exceptionally designed, clean, well-functioning airports.Here, at Designrulz, we’ve picked out the top ten airport lounges in international hubs across the world, perfect for those travelers who want the journey to be as enjoyable as the destination. They’re designed to be more than just comfortable and acceptable and you’ll get to see why. Now there’s a reason to get to the airport early!
Finnair Offers Premium Lounge With A Unisex Sauna At Helsinki Airport Lounge
Finnair is set to open a new Premium Lounge directly adjacent to the award-winning Finnair Lounge near Gate 36 in the non-Schengen area of Helsinki Airport. The Premium Lounge, designed by the Helsinki firm dSign Vertti Kivi & Co, is a showcase for classic Nordic design in harmony with Finnish nature, with dynamic changes in light, colors and video projections in tune with the seasons and time of day, all combining to create a unique atmosphere of calm. The Premium Lounge is open to Finnair Plus Gold and Platinum members and their guests only, as well as to frequent flyer cardholders with equivalent status at a fellow one world airline, including Finnair’s joint business partners American Airlines, British Airways, Iberia and Japan Airlines.
Now we really have and excellent reason to keep flying Finnair and topping up our miles. So we can live in this new lounge. And look younger with every passing day. Or at least, have excellent skin.

New Pay-Per-Use Lounge Opens at Singapore Changi Airport
The Haven by JetQuay is situated in the Terminal 3 Arrivals Area, making it ideal for travellers who have just arrived from a long flight and need for a place to shower and rest without the expense or hassle of finding a hotel outside of the airport. The lounge is accessible for use by passengers in transit, arriving passengers who have cleared Customs, as well as departing passengers prior to checking-in with their airline. This is the only pay-per-use lounge available in the public area.
DJ David Guetta’s Lounge Club in Ibiza Airport  
A club in an airport? Yep…this is pretty cool. Ibiza is famous for its partying and now the party doesn’t need to end until you board your flight. DJ David Guetta and his wife Cathy opened a “F*** Me I’m Famous” lounge club at the Ibiza Airport in the airside area. Open 24/7, the lounge comes complete with DJ booth, dance floor, funky furniture and ambient lighting suited to the music.


Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse, John F. Kennedy Airport, New York
Virgin’s 10,000-square-foot lounge at Kennedy mirrors its postmodern aesthetic, with futuristic designs that can make you forget you’re in an airport. When business calls, the Internet Bar is the place to go: iMacs await and concierges are on hand to help facilitate document printing, address obscure cell phone–charging needs or simply arrange your next meal. Food can be ordered to any seat in the lounge, though it’s perhaps better to enjoy your risotto outside the berthlike sleeping pods, or the Bumble and Bumble salon chairs.

‘The Hub’: Its Biggest Ever Business Class Lounge, Charles de Gaulle, Paris
Arriving at Charles de Gaulle can be quite chaotic – travellers with countless suitcases heading off in different directions, multiple gateways and corridors, noise…it´s a real challenge not to get stressed! This cool and calm environment matches the onboard product and helps bring the whole brand in line with its image of ‘European Chic’. The lounge will be launched in summer 2012. Personally, I hope to get a look inside the lounge, some of the elements I’d love to see in closer detail.
Qantas Sydney First Lounge
The Qantas Sydney First Lounge is a pre-flight departure lounge for premium Qantas customers. Located at the Sydney International Terminal,the curving facade was built to offer a 180 degree panoramic view of the boarding gates, with the city in the distance, and allows for the maximum amount of natural light to enter the space. The curving, radial shape echoes the aeronautical surroundings and was designed to inspire the romance associated with luxury travel.
New Rest Areas at Frankfurt Airport
If you’ll be changing aircraft in Frankfurt, you can now take advantage of a new rest area in the new A-Plus pier. Fraport says a cozy lounge ambiance is evoked by a hardwood floor, plants, and warm light. This rest area is the third of its kind at Frankfurt Airport as similar facilities exist in Terminal 1 (at Gates B42/B43) and Terminal 2 (opposite Gates D1 to D4).

KLM Crown Lounge Amsterdam Schiphol Airport
It’s a perfect place to leave off, since this is where many travelers really begin their journeys and it’s through these glass doors and beyond this KLM-blue desk that you really want to be. The layout is open and inviting, with modern furniture and an abundance of light thanks to the massive windows and cool lighting like every few feet. As you’d predict, most of the action happens around the bars and buffet.
Domestic Cip Lounge Undergoes Renovation
Turkish Airlines’ Domestic CIP Lounge at Ataturk Airport Domestic Terminal was renovated in line with a modern architectural concept. Opening in October to serve Turkish Airlines passengers in two separate lounges, one for Business & Elite Plus, the other for Elite & Classic Plus, the Lounge operates now in a more spacious venue. Following its facelift to facilitate passengers’ check-in procedures, the CIP Lounge is again welcoming visitors.

Lounge Interior Design Ideas by SPACE Architects, Mexico City  
Design Departure Lounge in the Mexico City airport, designed by SPACE Architects, has a goal that at the airport departure lounge there is a fundamental aspect of functional spaces that work at the same time working on the definition of emotional space, most people the space to use it at work before they go plane.
New Post has been published on Ideas for an Appealing Wooden Bathroom DesignThe domestic sink can take on many different forms, from a traditional round bowl basin to a sharp-edged shallow twin user trough. For today, we found some inspirations for an Appealing Wooden Bathroom Design, including ecologically friendly ideas, integrated systems and cunningly concealed designs.
Luxurious And Dramatic Wooden Bathtubs Make A Bold Visual Statement
The most fascinating bathtub of all. Its wide rim and the overflow integrated therein enable the tub to be filled brimful. Excess water will then gurgle pleasantly away between the pebbles. Blending in seamlessly with any modern bathroom setting, the Laguna Series features three different tubs, with each one bringing its own unique flair to the bathroom floor. The ergonomic and free-standing model PEARL steals the show with its fabulous finish, elegant form and flowing curves. Bringing the high-quality workmanship of Laguna bathtubs to the fore, it definitely is the shining pearl among the collection. Easy to install, it promises to be the showstopper of your renovated bathroom. This system gives you the possibility to relax your neck and head in warm water pure bliss after a tiring day! The wide rim, which one can also sit on, makes getting in and out an easy matter. Attractive optical accents can be set with the employment of different pebbles or even other materials – bathing becomes a delight beyond comparison.
Wooden Sink by By Antonio Bullo
Top mounted washbasin in wood stratified bloom. The sink Gene in wood stratified bloom is an already present shape in the catalogue Plavisdesign, which for years accumulates consents.

Depth Basin by Lago
The result of a subtraction of volumes from an 8-cm-thick shelf, Depth is a washbasin that plays with our sense of void and depth. The inclined bottom, in transparent glass, creates a continual surprise and fast water flow.
The visual effect of Wildwood comes from a special treatment that also increases its resistance.

Wooden Sink by Rapsel
Sophisticated bathroom transformation that allows the usual washbasin, wc and shower tray to disappear under minimal structure made of larch wood. The resulting surfaces may be used as a seating or shelving solution.

Natural Edge Oregon Walnut Wooden Sink
This is a Natural Edge Oregon Walnut sink. This sink is 17inW 10inH 2inThick and was turned on the lathe. It was properly dried, and finished with a waterproof conversion varnish finish. It also has custom holes drilled for the drain. This project came out great and to this day has shown no signs of water damage. Email me if you are interested in a wooden sink.
Water map
A wooden basin in the form of a topographic map in which water flows through ducts like river channels.
The basin follows the pattern of streets in the centre of London. The same technique can be applied to other maps, but this choice is a tribute to England as the site of the world’s first industrial production, in the 18th century.