In Part 1 of our designer hotel guide, which you can discover here, we covered the likes of Armani and Bulgari and their empires' expansion into the hotel trade. We continue with yet more of the world's fashion heavyhitters entering the fold.
Hotel Bellechasse, Paris: Each of the 34 rooms is individually styled, but all of them adhere to the Lacroix aesthetic. Located in Paris' upscale Saint Germain district. A steal at £150 per night with free WiFi thrown in.
Hotel du Petit Moulin, Paris: Lacroix decorated each and every room of this restored 17th century building in Le Marais district. Rooms from £170 per night.
Diane Von Furstenberg
Claridge's London (pictured above): The iconic London hotel welcomes 20 specially Diane Von Furstenberg-designed rooms from this month (June 2010) onwards. £490 per night.
Uxua Casa, Brazil: A bijou hotel hidden away in Bahia, Brazil designed and owned by Diesel's visionary creative director Wilbert Das. £360 per night.
Elie Saab Hotel at The Tiger Woods, Dubai: A boutique property with a distinctly Arabian sensibility in Dubai, nestled within The Tiger Woods residential club. Still under construction, prices to be confirmed.
Schlosshotel im Grunewald: Each of the 53 rooms in this slice of regal luxury in suburban Berlin are unique, and designed by Karl Lagerfeld himself. £200 per night. Karl-style sunglasses optional.
Cheval Blanc in Courchevel, France: A singular alpine ski getaway, Vuitton style, with photography by that man Lagerfeld again adorning the walls. £650 per night.