Love books and travel? Why not combine the two and spend a night in a hotel inspired by literature! Hotels around the world have made books a centerpiece of their themes and décor in countless ways, so now you can find lodging with a bookish flare! These four literary hotels around the world are sure to satisfy that book lover in you.
Radisson Sonya Hotel, St. Petersburg, Russia
The Library Hotel, New York, USA
Inspired by its proximity the New York Public Library, the Library Hotel is every bibliophile’s dream. Immerse yourself in this literary hideaway as you soak in the incredible décor or the well-stocked library (of over 6,000 books). Each guest room is uniquely furnished with a collection of 25-100 books inside. Oh, and just in case you were looking for a late night snack to go along with your late night book cravings, the library is open 24 hours a day and offers a selection of wine, cheese, and meats to munch on as you read?
Bed and Book, Tokyo, Japan
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Looking for a more quirky and unique lodging experience? Then Tokyo’s Book and Bed is the place for you. This unique bookstore/hotel offers its guests the unique opportunity to go book shopping and then curling up in a cozy nook with your new reads, all under the same roof! That’s right, after the bookstore closes for the night, guests can tuck into 30 stacked cubbies located behind the bookshelves to read or sleep. Shared bathrooms, communal reading and socializing couches mean that you can escape into a book without feeling alone. And at 3,500 yen (approx. $35) per night, it’s hard to beat the price.
Apostrophe Hotel, Paris, France
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Paris has long been a haven for literary types, and the Apostrophe Hotel pays homage to this long-standing tradition. The hotel itself is a poem, created it with the idea of telling their clientele a story with each room and decoration. The literary experience here begins with carefully chosen literary themes depicted through their decor that uses words and text, along with bright visual images, to create the poetic effect and give the guest the feeling as if the hotel is a book itself. This is by no means a minimalist hotel and is as enchanting as it is poetic