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A hotel room of two halves

Written by 10 March 2012 2 Comments

Do you ever struggle to find a place to stay that fits both you and your boyfriends tastes? Got a friend who prefers country chique rather than your love of modern minimalist design? Well we might have found a hotel that helps you silence that dual personality; the Au Vieux Panier hotel in Marseille, France.

 A hotel room of two halves

The artist Tilt has created the Panic Room inside the hotel which features 6 rooms designed by 6 different artists, designers, graphic designers & painters who try and impose their own style and personality on a hotel room of their choice. One side of this room is for the simplistic individual who values clean & natural design, and not to mention a love of pure white. The other side is for he (or she) who may have consumed too many e-numbers, has a love of vibrant primary colours and street art.

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It will cost you €135 to stay in Tilt’s Panic Room for a night I’m really interested to see if  I could actually get a good nights sleep or whether its two personalities would drive me to insomnia. What about you, intrigued to try it out this design hotel room?

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  • marie said:

    How cool is that???? Love it!

  • Kia said:

    Wow! I love it!

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