Stlyt Trampoli : The Hide Hotel Flims

The Hide Hotel Flim is located in Graubünden (Switzerland), perched on the newly built Stenna Building at the beginning of the year. The Stylt Trampoli architecture studio is rethinking for the occasion the way a ski resort fits into the contemporary world to combine comfort and sophistication in the alpine tradition, like a Wes Anderson décor.

Just a few meters from the slopes, the hotel resonates with the outdoors, which attracts many skiers every year. The multi-level terraces merge with the everlasting Swiss mountains, which substantially marks the building in the topography that surrounds it.


The ensemble is not content with a vernacular envelope: between the crackling fireplaces, a pleasant library and a canopy of velvet sofas, luxury is discreetly mingled with comforts - swivel stools and wooden benches covered with fur. Enough to awaken a cozy and elegant imagination whose contemporary refinement is reinforced by the large presence of brass. The furnishings and interior design of the hotel are both a reference to the harshness of the Alps and the drive of an aesthetic inspired by the 1970 years.

The suites, which are divided into three types - double rooms with terraces, single rooms also with outdoor areas and junior suite - use a range of natural materials: glass, rough stones and a full-length wooden floor combine with deep and powdery colors.

The hotel is adorned with a contemporary interior in keeping with an aesthetic inherited from the customs of the place, inscribed in an alpine heritage, just urban enough not to disillusion the visitors, all horizons combined!

For more information, visit Stylt Trampoli

Photographs: Courtesy of Design Hotels

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