Boutique hotel is in the classical sense a small upscale hotel, which surrounds its guests with exclusive luxury and ensures a top-level service. More often hotels of such class are being situated in small, well-renovated, ancient mansions and buildings of exclusive design. Boutique hotel does not suppose any additional classification.
Such class of hotels has been singled out as a separate category in the international practice. The very first boutique hotels in the world appeared in the 1980s in the United Kingdom and United States of America. Blakes Hotel in London, a creation of an interior designer Anouska Hempel, and Bedford Hotel at Union Square in San Francisco opened their doors in 1981. In 1984 a famous hotelier Ian Schrager opened his first boutique hotel, Morgans, in New York. Just after the opening of this hotel a definition “boutique hotel” has been brought into use. And exactly Ian Schrager is being considered a founder of the boutique hotel concept: according to his vision, a modern city hotel is both a piece of home and theatre, where the human comedy is being played.
The difference between the boutique hotel and ordinary hotel consists first of all in brave design decisions, realization of innovative ideas, refinement and uniqueness. Individual style, exclusivity, superb service, small quantity of rooms, quality of suggested services and accommodation conditions, strict compliance with the confidentiality policy are key merits and the most important peculiarities of the boutique hotel.
Having chosen La Gioconda Boutique Hotel You can estimate the worth of all advantages of staying at the boutique hotel.