Eight charming hotels sharing a common secret
Where will your long awaited vacation be? If your time to disconnect has arrived, we have prepared for you eight perfect options for a weekend getaway.
This selection brings together modern and traditional architecture, big cities and remote places, but above all, the projects keep a secret that makes them unique: our best natural slate.
Chelsea Hotel (New York)
The hotel in Manhattan keeps infinite secrets and has hosted the most famous writers, musicians and actors. Even Arthur Miller wrote a story about his experience here.
Photos: “The Legendary Chelsea Hotel” (CC BY-ND 2.0) by Waywuwei and “Hotel Chelsea” (CC BY 2.0) by TenSafeFrogs.
Marine Hotel (Troon)
Its views of the Firth of Clyde are hard to beat. On the other side, you can see the historic Royal Troon Golf course, the nine-time host of The Open Championship.
Kings House (Glencoe)
It’s much more than a hotel, as it serves as both a destination and a waypoint for visitors, walkers and climbers. It has been open since 1755 and it was recently renovated.
Hotel Binet (Paris)
The city of light and live is the ideal place to showcase the potential of natural slate in modern architecture. A look into the future.
Chambord (Loire Valley)
An area famous for its history and heritage, full of fortresses and vineyards. This four-star hotel has a privileged view to the most famous castle in the Valley.
Lerma Parador (Burgos)
This ducal palace from the era of the Hapsburgs has been converted into a hotel because of its historical, artistical and cultural interest. Do not miss the natural slate aerial views.
Van der Valk Hotel (Mechelen)
Mechelen is Flanders’ hidden gem. Churches, monuments and palaces lend the city its majestic charm, creating the perfect environment for our natural slate.
Zen Garden (Lake Balaton)
Those bungalows are not a hotel, that’s clear, but its comfort and design have nothing to envy to the best accommodation.
Which hotel did you like the most? If you prefer the ones with a natural slate façade, you can read more about our CUPACLAD systems. If, on the other hand, roof is your type, we recommend you visit our wide range of roofing natural slate.