T+L Design Awards 2006

Puerta AméricaThe second Travel+Leisure Design Awards recognise architecture and design from every facet of the traveller’s world – everything from hotels to travel accessories.   In fact, there’s 15 categories and the winner of each is as follows:

  • Best Public Space: Terminal T4, Madrid Barajas International Airport
  • Best Small Hotel: Básico, Playa Del Carmen, Mexico
  • Best Large Hotel: Puerta América, Madrid
  • Best Travel Accessory (Shoe): Adidas To Go shoe
  • Best Museum: De Young, San Francisco
  • Best Cultural Space: Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, Berlin
  • Best Travel Accessory (Packing System): Flight 001
  • Best Travel Accessory (Electronics): Apple iPod Nano
  • Best Restaurant: Mix, Las Vegas
  • Best Retail Space: Viktor & Rolf, Milan
  • Best Travel Accessory (Watch): Jacob & Co.’s The World is Yours
  • Best Resort: Amanbagh, Rajasthan, India
  • Best Spa: Como Shambhala Estate, Bali
  • Best Travel Accessory (Gadget): TUMI adaptor
  • Best Travel Accessory (Clothing): Allegri jacket

Comments (3)

  1. India says:

    Pretty sweet, does anyone know which hotel that is in the picture?

  2. Paul Johnson says:

    Hi India, and welcome to A Luxury Travel Blog.

    The pictured hotel is Puerta América in Madrid, Spain.

    Kind regards


  3. irene says:

    the ipod nano 3 years on would still get my vote as the best travel accesory never mind portable dvd players or blackberrys!

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