Veer Lebanon Boutique Hotel and Resort | Travel

 


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This summer my husband and I decided to go to Veer Boutique Hotel in Kaslik, Lebanon for a couple of days for our anniversary. I made the booking through booking.com after checking out the great reviews. The resort opened last summer but I had no idea there was a hotel there.
The hotel has a separate entrance than the pool area but you still need to pass through the poolside to reach the hotel rooms. The image above is of the private villas which also have a see-through private pool.
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Aman Resort In Venice Furnished By BeB Italia | Hotel Design

The Aman Hotel in Venice is considered one of the most prestigious and well designed hotels of the past year. One of the great choices by the designer was to make use of the Maxalto collection from B&B Italia, creating a beautiful contrast to a very classical interior. The transition between the different eras is very seamless, keeping the design timeless. The main furniture pieces were from the Febo line, which is of a very smooth and contemporary design.

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The interior design of Clouds Estate is done by Suzy Vissers in collaboration with Moooi. I tried to find more info on the designer but it seems she is affiliated with Moooi. The estate overlooks stunning views of the Drakenstein and Simonsberg Mountains. This boutique vineyard estate offers 5-star luxury in the heart of the Stellenbosch/Franschhoek Winelands. Furniture was mainly supplied by Moooi and outdoor furniture by B&B Italia.

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Louis Vuitton’s Tips On How To Pack Without Crumpling Your Clothes


Just in time for vacations, Louis Vuitton dedicated a video and a list of tips on how to pack your clothes without crumpling them. They even show you what goes last and what goes on top. What a great idea and who better to show us than the most famous luxury brand? Make the most of your luggage space and more importantly your clothes will remain in good shape!
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Architectural Digest Takes A Tour In Beirut, Lebanon

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Architectural Digest, one of the world’s top architecture magazines, visited designer May Daouk in Beirut to feature her home. She was kind enough to take the editor on a lovely tour of Beirut and introduce him to some of Lebanon’s skilled crafts people and designers. With pride, I read the article and went through the beautiful slideshow with photos taken by Simon Watson. In the article, he lists the places he visited and includes contact details for the beautiful shops and galleries. I love how Beirut is portrayed this time as a source for art and creativity.To read the article and have access to the full slideshow visit Architectural Digest.

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