“Time passes slowly on board, enveloped in the refreshing fragrance and gentle warmth of wood”. Speaking of Japanese sensibility and excellent design & hospitality, guntû, is a 19 room hotel floating in the Seto Inland Sea, designed by Yasushi Horibe. This is the new luxury.
Uma viagem tranquila, cercada pelo calor da madeira: esta é a proposta do Guntû, um hotel flutuante no Mar Interior de Seto, no sul do Japão. Com 19 quartos e capacidade para 38 passageiros, o espaço é assinado pelo arquiteto japonês Yasushi Horibe. A iluminação natural, as vistas panorâmicas e o conforto são prioridades no hotel – o nome Guntû homenageia um tipo de caranguejo azul da região. Os hóspedes também podem aproveitar serviços de spa, sauna e academia. Nas horas vagas, o hotel conta com atividades fora do barco com visitas às ilhas do arquipélago. #guntu#japan#japão#travel#trip#viagem
There is a new way to visit #Japan 's Seto Inland Sea, one that requires a taste for luxury with a flair for adventure - the luxury floating hotel, Guntû. The 81.2 meter long, 38 passenger, 46 crew-member ship set sail in October 2017, departing from Bella Vista Marina in Onomichi City, travelling around a very scenic route along the Chugoku and Shikoku coastlines facing the Seto Inland Sea, before returning to the Bella Vista Marina. More details at https://www.yatzer.com/luxury-ship-guntu-japan #guntu#travelgoals
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The warmth of omotenashi — Japanese hospitality — is part of what transforms an average trip to the island nation into an exceptional one. Another way to take your trip to the next level is by checking into over-the-top or unusual lodgings. Guntû, Japan’s newest floating hotel, fits just this bill. Located off the beaten track on the dazzling Seto Inland Sea — home to more than 3,000 islands — the hotel-cruise-ship hybrid is a haven of wooden interiors, sleek lines, and neutral tones.
Designed by award-winning architect Yasushi Horibe, the 226-foot-long floating ryokan features 19 spacious ocean-view cabins bathed in tranquil ash and alder-wood floors, walls, and ceilings. Minimal furniture and sleek white bedding keep the focus on the floor-to-ceiling windows, which slide open to reveal each cabin’s sea-view private terrace — many of which come complete with deep soaking tubs. #guntu#japan#luxurylifestyle#luxury#luxuryproducts#hnw#wealthy#millionairelifestyle#motivation#motivational#entrepreneurs#entrepreneurship#businessman#inspire#femaleentrepreneur#jetsetlife#lifestyle#robbreportau#luxuryvacations ##travelinstyle
Provider Inspiration | Guntû is a 19 room, floating hotel in the Seto Inland Sea, Japan. Designed by architect Yasushi Horibe, the hotel features a gym, communal bath, sushi counter, fine dining restaurant and a massage room. Holding only 39 guests, the idea was to take away your usual experience of a cruise and replace is with a “low key luxury” vibe, where guests can stay from one to three nights #travel#inspiration#japan#guntu