Interior design: Laboratorul de Arhitectură (site assistance & rebranding)
Furniture: LINIA Furniture (Minimalist, Boho)
Architects: Diana Nitreanu, Radu Bubulete, Ioana Galie
Colaborators: Luminna, Moir
Type: design hotel
Surface: –
Location: strada Franceza, Bucharest
Execution year: 2015
Style: modern, minimalist, classic contemporary, morocan, persian, gothic, african, british

Whether you want to open your own boutique hotel, a small bed and breakfast, or an innovative budget hotel concept, there is one thing that has to worth about to succeed. They must be remarkable. What does this mean?
Remarkable simply means, worth making a remark about. And in the day and age of online guest reviews and social media it’s what the success of a hotel completely revolves around.

Concept and execution
Original experiences that offer cultural authenticity and provoking design and architecture built the main direction of the concept.
The property features 19 well-appointed, spacious guest rooms, including 4 luxurious suites. All rooms and suites enjoy views over the central indoor garden.
Located just a couple of minutes from the 0 km of the city, The Mansion Hotel is a dazzling example of the best design. Created for guests from all over the world who are looking for that special place to stay, the clients can choose between: Boho, Classic French, Contemporary, Cool Britannia, Eclectic, Gothic, Industrial, Japanese, Moroccan, Minimalist, Nautical, Provence, Safari, Silver Heat, Transylvania (Romanian ), Turkey, Vintage or Zen.

The location of the hotel is right in the heart of the old city center, in the pedestrian area.

High ceilings and hand crafted furniture are in every of the spacious rooms. Each of the 19 guest rooms and suites has its own color scheme placed on traditional furnishings.
Within the common spaces (lobby, bar, restaurants and toilets) the dominant feature is the art-deco style vivid though textures (brass) or shapes (geometric figures that are cladding the walls).

The layout is proportionately packed within the limited rectangular shape of the building, leaving the focal points of the project to be the indoor central garden. The furniture design exhibits the local craftsmanship of brickworks, juxtaposed with the simplicity and neatness of the green or marble walls.