Mamilla Hotel is an intimate and elegant sanctuary with views of the Old City Walls in the heart of Jerusalem, Israel. The exterior architecture by Moshe Safdie uses Jerusalem Stone as required by municipal law to maintain the aesthetic traditions of the city. With nearby Alrov Mamilla Avenue and historic buildings, the hotel rises out of the network of alleys which connect the old walled city and the new Jerusalem. The interior design by Piero Lissoni is retro-modern which blends in seamlessly with Safdie’s modern classic architecture.
The hotel interior design of Number Sixteen by Kit Kemp has a modern English style that creates the perfect atmosphere for urban relaxation. Situated in the heart of South Kensington in London, England in a white stuccoed Victorian terrace, the hotel’s exclusive location and its intimate interiors provide a sense of casual sophistication that appeals to the modern traveller.