We at White Line® Hotels get excited about finding interesting places to stay that share our passion for style, creative luxury, design and aesthetic. We also like to partner with artisans that craft products that fit us like a glove. Welcome to our style world of travel.
This Stockholm design guide sees a legacy of craft meet cutting-edge fashion, art + architecture, creating a refined experience for all design aficionados from all walksread more
When thinking of Italian architecture, what’s most likely to come to people’s minds are the iconic Roman structures and ruins Italy is strewn with. But contemporary Italian architecture is not to be underestimated – on the contrary, one of the world’s most famous starchitects is Italian: Renzo Piano.read more
Modernity, fresh elegance and a natural hand are cornerstones within the restored traditional walls of boutique hotel, Das Wanda; a modern, natural retreat with a strong South Tyrolean heart, whose suites quietly mimic a wonderful small boutique hotel of understated design, with the warm intimacy of a local Bed & Breakfast founded on sleek style.read more
It is true that winter in Stockholm is a brave and bold beast, but the increased darkness does not diminish the beauty from this archipelago of Scandinavian islands, it just means that you have to look a little harder, and if possible, know where to look; well, this little style guide is here to help you.read more
Nyhavn is, without a doubt, the stuff that picture postcards are made of. The most quintessential sight in all of Copenhagen, its brightly coloured, fairy-tale style houses hide a history deep with evocative undertones, speaking of writers, artists, sailors and kings.read more
Count on the Swedish – a nation known for its restrained chic and pragmatic bent – to reinvent a garment as mundane as a raincoat and elevate it to a cult item.read more
Some design principles are so uncomplicated and understated that they can be found in different iterations, in different corners of the world. The value placed on craftsmanship is one of these; so is the use of natural materials that not only can last a lifetime, but also get more handsome with each passing year.read more
Beside the waters of the beautiful Goldegg Moor lake in Austria, just south of Salzburg, sits the quietly impressive HECHT! organic restaurant and Der Seehof hotel.read more
A restoration of raw genius – a weathered Tuscan house that has been allowed to expose her weathered elements and complemented with chic salvaged interiors. An imaginative retreat of utter, rustic romance.
We explore the cosmopolitan streets and landmarks around the Eiffel Tower from our base at La Réserve Apartments Paris including Le Café de l'Homme at the Palais de Chaillot, owned by the great-grand daughter of Gustave Eiffel.read more
Niedermairhof is no ordinary bed & breakfast; it is a wonderfully restored nest egg vision, with a combo of traditional heritage and classic designer pieces – complete with all the creature comforts of a dinky luxury hotel.read more
A trendsetter and a local institution, Hotel Omm is found on the most prestigious street in Barcelona, Passeig de Garcia. Stylish and expensive, it is Barcelona’s equivalent of New York’s Fifth Avenue, not least because it has two of Gaudí’s most famous architectural triumphs a mere stones throw away.read more
Revered for its sublime beauty and ethereal landscapes, Norway is graced with natural phenomena and vistas so stunning that they could easily belong within the pages of a fairy tale.read more
A crafted narrative of art, design and nature that sits lakeside wrapped in a dense forest cloak of the Polish Lake Districts of Warmia and Masuria. A decidedly laid-back designer escape, Galery69 is a working creative hub for artisans, a nature-loving nest for adventurists and a bolthole for urbanites seeking lush downtime on lake Wulpinskie.read more