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d Hotel in Kortrijk, Belgium

June 8, 2010 by

d Hotel in Kortrijk, Belgium

d-Hotel is a 45-room, 4-star, modern luxury boutique hotel in Kortrijk, West Flanders, Belgium. Situated on a historical preservation site that is home to a windmill from 1841, as well as an inner farmhouse square, the hotel itself is an ultra-stylish modern concrete structure that makes extensive use of glazing for an elegant transition between inside and outside, old and new.

d Hotel in Kortrijk, Belgium

Accommodation at d-Hotel comes in Room and Suite types, classified as d-Room X (standard rooms), d-Room XL (Nedda El Asmar suite (x2), fashion suite by Natan, floral design suite by Geert Pattyn, diamond suite by Hulchi Belluni and movie suite by Jan Verheyen), and d-Room XXL (Matali Crasset suite, Fabiaan Van Severen suite and Ozark Henry suite). Each room has in iPod touch, that serves an in-room personal assistant, complete with applications that are designed to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.

d Hotel in Kortrijk, Belgium

d-Room X rooms are stylishly designed and equipped with a comfortable bed, a flat screen tv, separate heating and air-conditioning, a telephone and wireless internet. The bathroom features a toilet and shower. d-Hotel decided to replace the traditional mini-bar by maxi-bars.  An extensive range of drinks and small snacks are within arms reach at all times.

d Hotel in Kortrijk, Belgium

The Nedda El-Asmar Suites feature a unique design created by two connecting rooms. A hidden door is the connection between both rooms that, once opened, creates a unique suite. The rooms are each other’s mirror image and make extensive use of wood. Nevertheless there are clear differences: in the one bathroom a splendid bath stands, whereas in the other bathroom a wide rain shower draws the eye.

The fashion suite by Natan is designed by renowned royal designer Eduard Vermeulen, the founder of the fashion house Natan. Faithful to Natan’s personal style of contemporary purity and female refinement, he Vermeulen an extremely elegant suite. The monochrome of Belgian artist Geneviève Adam catches the eye, as does the huge photograph showing one of Natan’s most beautiful creations.

The Geert Pattyn suite, immerses guests into a welcoming green environment which the designer interprets as nature, freshness and restfulness. Vibrant green prints of Pattyn’s recent works cover a whole wall and are accented by the mirror image on the opposite wall. The color palette has been kept consciously serene and restful.

d Hotel in Kortrijk, Belgium

The diamond suite was created by Martine Hul, the founder of the jewellery mark Hul ‘Chi’ Belluni. Her pronounced style, her sparkling energy, sensitivity and sparkling creativity allow her to give a unique touch to each of her designs. The result is a well-balanced and inviting room, designed to employ ultra-luxurious appointments in a manner that brings harmony to mind and body.

The movie suite, designed by the Belgian director Jan Verheyen, pays tribute to some classic movies, which are represented with over-szed wall art. These concept of the pictures is that they are interchangeable according to the mood of the guests.

The Matali Crasset Suite, by the Paris-based Designer of the same name, is one of d-Hotel’s most exclusive suites. Emulsion was Crasset’s muse to create her ideal hotel room. The result is a fairytale-like room, full of surprises. The Belgian interior architect René PJ Van Daele collaborated on the design. In the bathroom, AUGUAMASS created by Matali Crasset, you have a wonderful view on the authentic windmill. Additionally, the luxurious rain shower in sea-green bathroom allows you to relax in a spa-like environment.

The Fabiaan Van Severen, from the man known as the designer from Antwerp, is designed in Van Severen’s  recognizable stylish, yet sober style. In this luxurious suite, which combines simplicity with creative concepts, you will enjoy both the comfort and aethetics. The remarkable bath in black natural stone affords a tremendous view looking out onto the old farm and windmill, while the bathroom itself is obscured from view in the suite and only visible through cavities in the wall.

The Ozark Henry Suite is a concept design from locally born singer-songwriter Piet Goddaer (born in Kortrijk, 29th April 1970). Piet Goddaer is the founder and the creative brain of Ozark Henry. For this suite, Piet Goddaer chose a  white color palette with the bathroom as the focal point. Understandably, the design’s attention is devoted to images and music.

d Hotel in Kortrijk, Belgium

d-Hotel offers breakfast in the renovated farmhouse that sits in the center of  the hotel complex, serving guests an extensive and balanced breakfast with fresh and traditionally made products. When the weather permits, guests also  have the opportunity to enjoy breakfast in the historical inner square, or courtyard, of the farmhouse. Sleek design is lurking everywhere at d-Hotel , with the breakfast cutlery a stylish creation by Nedda El Asmar.

d Hotel in Kortrijk, Belgium

d-drinxx is the beating heart of d-Hotel, centrally positioned in the renovated farm house.  Here you find a cozy lounge bar with a warm atmosphere.

d Hotel in Kortrijk, Belgium

d-relaxx is the luxurious Spa at the center of d-Hotel, and is a large and well-appointed wellness facility, offering a range of natural treatments in a stylish and relaxing setting. d-relaxx is all about well-being by exercising the body, relaxing the spirit and nourishing the soul.

d-Hotel offers two meeting and event rooms, d-boxx and d-maxx, offering a stlyish setting for corporate and social events.

d Hotel in Kortrijk, Belgium

A wonderfully unique hotel on a precious historic property, d-Hotel marries the best of old and new in a stylish and elegant manner that will have you coming back for more. The combination of chic design, outstanding service and whimsical touches throughout make d-Hotel a must-stay experience for the Chic Traveler.



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