Vipp Are Offering a Hotel Experience ‘Out of Ordinary’
Danish ‘tool builders’ Vipp has expanded its range of immaculately designed bins and kitchen utensils into… hospitality. Yes, no longer content with offering minimalist homeware, Vipp is offering guests the opportunity to stay at its beautifully designed self-service micro dwellings across Scandinavia.
The Vipp hotel is self-service concept. That means no check in desks and instead of one location with identical rooms and a continental breakfast, Vipp are offering tailored and curated design destinations out of the ordinary, filled with Vipp’s take on design.
Currently there are two rooms available with one, the Vipp shelter, located at Lake Immeln in Sweden. The peaceful hideaway is situated in the heart of the Swedish wilderness, and comes with a 55m2 black steel structure with all the necessities and nothing more. There are no TV’s but it does offer a stunning widescreen view of the Lake and the surrounding forest.
Perched an old printing factory from 1910, the Vipp loft in Copenhagen’s Islands Brygge area offers an urban habitat where design meets art. Conceptualised by Studio David Thulstrup, the high-sloped ceilings and grand volume of the light-filled Vipp loft welcomes you into the perfect city break abode.
The rooms in the hotels are stocked with carefully considered amenities. In the mini bar you’ll find a select bottle of champagne, organic cotton bedding comes from Danish Aiayu, and in the bathroom you’ll find care products by Aèsop..
If you like the idea of staying in the Swedish wilderness, the Vipp shelter is available to book for around £880 (€1,000) per night for 2 adults, while the Vipp loft in Copenhagen is available for 4 people for £1,320 (€1,500) per night. Alternatively, keep an eye on the Vipp Website as Vipp are set to open a restored Chimney house in Copenhagen in early 2018.