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Dezeen’s top ten: hotels

Dezeen's top ten: our latest top ten features the most clicked-on Dezeen stories about hotels. In first place, it's that air ship again...

1: once again, French designer Jean-Marie Massaud's flying hotel Manned Cloud makes it into the top ten.


2: second most popular is Future Hotel Room by LAVA, which includes anti-jet-lag lighting.


3. Tree hotel by Tham + Videgard Hansson Arkitekter consists of reflective structures hidden in the trees.

4: fourth most-visited is the temporary Ice Hotel in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden, created from snow and ice each winter.


5: the cross-shaped Helsinki Waterfront Hotel by architects Herzog & de Meuron is fifth most popular.


6: in sixth place is Limes Hotel by Brisbane designer Alexander Lotersztain.


7: the Strata Hotel/extension to Residence Königswarte by Plasma Studio comes in seventh.


8: Mondrian South Beach by Marcel Wanders is in eighth place.


9. in ninth place, Helix hotel by Leeser Architecture has a glass-bottomed swimming pool on the roof, visible eight floors below.


10: and finally, Rough Luxe Hotel by Rabih Hage is at number ten.

That's it for now - another coming up next month.

See also:

Dezeen's top ten: animals
Dezeen’s 2008 review
Dezeen’s top ten: glamorous girls
Dezeen’s top ten: Japanese projects
Dezeen’s top ten: student projects
Dezeen’s top ten: interiors
Dezeen’s top ten: stories with most comments
Dezeen’s top ten: Milan 2008
Dezeen’s top ten: houses
Dezeen’s top ten: skyscrapers
Top ten Dezeen stories from December 2007
Most popular stories during our first twelve months