There’s nothing quite as satisfying as a good story – unless it’s a well-told story in the form of a boutique micro-hotel, of course. And that’s exactly what Hotel Covell provides, with each room named after a chapter and designed according to a place in the fictitious life of a man named George Covell. Created by talented design maven Sally Breer, the rooms range from a Parisian-style atelier (Chapter 3) and a two-bedroomed Moroccan-inspired, onion-domed masterpiece (Chapter 4) to a stylishly rustic suite with furnishings and vibe reminiscent of the American midwest, Oklahoma to be precise (Chapter 1).
Despite the different personalities of the rooms – not unlike the whimsy found in the Chateau Marmont – all the suites have Malin + Goetz toiletries, high-end Parachute linens and their own kitchenettes with Smeg fridges. And if judging by the success of Bar Covell – Dustin Lancaster’s first Covell project, which can be found underneath the hotel – is anything to go by, Hotel Covell is bound for scene-tastic glory.