Today I want to be in this anti-design hotel. I hear you thinking. An anti-design hotel. Is that really of interest? Well, let me take you to Mexico today and show you the lovely Azucar hotel.
This hotel is named for the sugar cane grown in its home state of Veracruz. The Azucar was conceived by hotelier Carlos Couturier, founder of some of Mexico’s hippest resort properties. For the Acuzar he decided on a back-to-basics theme that finds its expression in an airy, breezy feeling.
The hotel’s 20 low-slung bungalows, all in an intense white-on-white colour scheme, inspire visions of loose cotton clothing, sandals and the easiest of schedules.
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source: Design Hotels