Item description for Cool Hotels (Tools) by Aurora Cuito...
One of the most exciting developments in the field of architecture and design is taking place in the today's worldclass hotels. Where once hotels strove to replicate the comfort and convenience of their guests' homes, many are now offering the ultimate in ecapism: hotels so creatively conceived guests won't want to leave their rooms. Cool Hotels is a colorful tour through the rooms, lobbies and restaurants of more than seventy-five hotels that are destinations unto themselves.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.24" Width: 5.04" Height: 1.42" Weight: 1.59 lbs.
Publisher Te Neues Publishing Company
ISBN 3823855565 ISBN13 9783823855569
Availability 0 units.
More About Aurora Cuito
Aurora Cuito is a expert writer in the fields of architecture and design and is the author of several previous books including "Lofts: Good Ideas."
Reviews - What do customers think about Cool Hotels (Tools)?
Depends on what your looking for... Jun 13, 2007
This book lacks information. It has virtually none refering to the hotels, just how many rooms and adress, and that's it. If you're looking for a photo book, then it's fine. It has some interesting photos and if you're into interior design you might like it. Not very useful for hotel choosing or anything else. Also some very cool spots are missing, but you expect that in every list.
A bad copy of Hip Hotels Oct 2, 2002
Sure no pretence on the copy which is non existent, but the most disappointing feature is the fact that the images are weak , and in fact in some cases supplied by the hotels; as a result the book looks certainly more like a collection of bad hotel brochures. Why pay good money for that? Not withstanding the fact that it is doubtful whether the author actually visited the hotels. Not my idea of a useful guide. Obviously it is a commercial attempt to copy Hip Hotels, but frankly not worth it. In future I will just stick to the original...
satisfying May 30, 2002
A beautiful look at an exciting niche. It is a thematic coffee table version of cool new online services such as the great "tablethotels.com" which is much more comprehensive.