Among the common things most people consider when choosing a hotel are the location and facilities. But besides those two things, the general design and ambiance of the hotel is important too. If you think the hotel’s design is a major factor, then MyHotel in Brighton just might appeal to you.

Known mainly for its unique and attention-getting design, MyHotel‘s interiors and architecture is a brainchild of Andy Thrasyvoulou and New York designer Karim Rashid. Here you’ll find a splash of colors, curved walls with inset crystals and other extraordinary features in the rooms. Here are some of them:

Heaven Studio

This room designed for artists feature floor to ceiling windows, scarlet Bisazza tiling in the bathroom, and magnificent crystal display along with the usual comforts.


Bamboo Studio

This studio can serve as interconnecting room if you wish. The bathroom here has a bathtub with walk-in shower.


Harrington Studio

This studio features a wonderful winding staircase, a high barrel ceiling and stained glass windows. Among the amenities you’ll enjoy here are goose down and feather duvet and pillows, super king-size bed and a pair of mini bars.


Carousel Studio

The most unique of all, this studio is where you can enjoy an intimate free standing bathtub, a beautifully tiled steam room, and a four poster bed. You’ll also find a 300-year-old vintage carousel horse here along with ceiling speakers, floor to ceiling glass wall, Apple Mac computer and a vanity area.


What are the unique features you like about MyHotel?

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