Sunday, April 1, 2012

Custom Hotel

Hi guys,  you probably notice that I haven't been posting the last couple of days.. It's not because I forgot about all of you, I promise! I'm getting certify for LEED ( Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) and I'm taking a "difficult test" next Saturday... So in case you don't see me again this week; I'm  just studding like crazy memorizing codes and more codes, but I will be back with great news and exiting new ideas and inspiration.

Meanwhile I'm going to post about a very curios hotel near LAX ( Los Angeles Airport). I've seen it a couple of times because I live close by and I found it very interesting and different from the typical "Airport Hotels" that nobody likes to stay in.
The Custom Hotel is a very unique boutique hotel. The interiors are fun, modern and very functional.  They offer six different lounges: The Layover  (main lobby), Transonic ( Electronic gaming lounge equipped with Xbox Kinect and Wii game stations), The LAX lounge (Inspired by the VIP airport lounge, where you will find everything that you need for your flights), Stratosphere (relaxation rooms with massage chairs), Duty Free ( a very cool room with vending machines for snack time) and the Axis Annex ( a gallery from the nearby Otis Collage of Art and Design)

Photos via Tablet and Brian Henniker

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