Check-Out Folio: A Floating Snowflake Hotel Is Happening, EOM

It’s our weekly wrap-up, Check-Out Folio where we round up the best (Credits in folio-speak) and worst (Charges) hotel news of the week. Got a scoop? Or just want to share a recent hotel story? Tell us all about it!

CREDITS
· A FLOATING HOTEL WE COULD SEE OURSELVES LIKING

· FIVE BEST HOTELS IN WARSAW

· SNEAK PEEK AT THE BEAUMONT LONDON

ALSO: Seriously stylish new hotel uniforms at the JW Marriott Houston Downtwon

CHARGES

· THIS IS JUST GROSS.

· TRUMP TAJ MAHAL WILL PROBABLY CLOSE SOON

· A CHARGE FOR CHARGING YOUR HOTEL CREDIT CARD

ALSO: How the heck did

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Tromso: Study The Stars From Your Bed In The Floating Snowflake Hotel, Opening End of 2016

A unique hotel experience that could offer a challenge for actually getting some sleep while being a real treat for nightowls

Got plans for the 2016 holidays? Tired of the same old same old? So here’s a refreshing option you probably haven’t thought of— gaze at the brightest stars in the universe from your room in the see-through Krystall Hotel, a luxury accommodation floating off the Norwegian coastline of Tromso.

We’ve seen the floating hotel concept before, and we will likely see it again with other on-water hotels projects in the works. The snowflake-shaped Krystall Hotel design goes back to 2008, when Holland-based developers Dutch Docklands and architects Waterstudio conceived a hotel that would offer guests a

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Zurich: Funky Friday: The Amazing Floating Candles In the Bar At The Dolder Grand

Welcome to Funky Friday, a new segment we’re trying out which features one photo that we think singularly expresses a hotel’s inner psyche. We look for, and often find, a lot of wacky, wild and wondrous designs that seem to have one thing in common: a Type A personality. So why not have a bit of fun as we all wrap up our week by taking a quick look at some hotels that quite frankly, want our attention.

For this week’s Funky Friday, we’re stepping up to the bar at The Dolder Grand in Zurich, at least via the internet. Now look up. It is a magical sight to behold – an array of sparkling candles

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