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The d-hotel

By Magaly Grosso


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The d-hotel is located in Kortrijk, Belgium.

Its architecture blends the traditional element of an old windmill with architecture in a more contemporary style, creating a very unique effect.

The d-hotel:

“d-hotel is a unique marriage between a historical site and a new futuristic design. On the site of d-hotel, you find an authentic and protected windmill from 1841 as well as a protected inner farmhouse square. These historical entities are architecturally united by a new construction that is accentuated by straight lines.

The concrete structure of the hotel is united with large surfaces of glass windows. These simple materials make you feel relaxed and serve you with a sense of openness. Several national and international designers took care of creative and trendy details in the hotel interior, which gives you a warm and homy feeling.

d-hotel creatively uses diverse state of the art technologies. The iPod Touch will be your personal assistant during your stay in our hotel, giving you a wide range of information. Of course, you can also count on the excellent services of our d-hotel team.

The green environment around d-hotel is not only a pleasure for the eye, but also emphasises the ecological character of this hotel. 500 square meters (5382 square feet) of solar panels on the roof of d-boxx deliver environmentally friendly energy.

d-hotel offers 45 rooms, a luxurious spa centre and an outdoor swimming pool (open from 1st July until 31st August), a cosy lounge bar and a wonderful bistro. It also houses two multifunctional spaces which are well equipped for all kinds of seminars and events.”

Photos courtesy of the d-hotel

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About Magaly Grosso

Magaly Grosso was born in Venezuela where she grew up and studied Advertising and Marketing. With time, she realized that what she truly wanted to dedicate herself to was Interior Design, which is why she decided to study it and devote herself to it. Learn more about HomeDSGN's Editorial Process.

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