Art Hotel

Seven boutique bedrooms, inspired by cult films

Unwind, switch off and recoup

Velvet Goldmine

The Goldmine suite oozes with opulence and effervesces with the elegance of the glam rock era. The interior design is inspired by the 1998 musical Velvet Goldmine directed by Todd Haynes as well as the 1975 hit by the same name by David Bowie.


Inspired by “Lost in Translation” the 2003 romantic comedy-drama written and directed by Sofia Coppola the film presents a tale of isolation and dislocation which is resolved through forging connections when 2 people who find themselves in an unfamiliar environment.


The Moonrise room is all about adventure, exploration and expanding your horizons. Ralph Lauren seasport map wallpaper adorns the walls and encourages you to venture into the world with an open and inquisitive mind.

Betty Blue

Romantic obsession in a seaside town, this room is full of 1980s references, recording memories of love and desire.


Enjoy the whimsical and quirky nature of this room with its verdant Divine Savages wallpaper and imposing emerald velvet chairs. This design was inspired by Amelie; the 2001 French film by Jean-Pierre Jeunet's featuring Audrey Tautou.

Grey Gardens

This room is reminiscent of times gone by. The jungle-inspired wallpaper features bold greens and blues with leopards peering out of the wall. Beautiful animal print furnishings plus feline inspired artworks, are inspired by the 1970s documentary Grey Gardens. A mother and daughter remembering the good ole days at a huge estate in the Hamptons.

Clockwork Orange

The largest bedroom in the hotel, it effervesces with a twisted blend of sinister and sultry sensations. The films motifs emulate throughout the suite which is accented with bold burnt orange tones and decadent crocodile wallpaper which adorns the lofty Victorian ceilings.

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