What's pink, green, blue and orange and takes you anywhere in the world you want to go? Our limited-edition gift card, styled by London-based womenswear designer Roksanda Ilincic, that's what.
Mr & Mrs Smith Get a Room! gift cards come ready-wrapped, one size fits all, and can be used to book stays at any of our 1,000 boutique hotels. And now they're extra stylish, too, because womenswear designer Roksanda Ilincic has reinvented them in a shock of bold hues: it's a limited-edition A/W 2015 must-have. In fact, the editor of Vanity Fair was nice enough to call it 'an incredibly chicly packaged promise of adventure'.
Ilincic's architectural credentials (she originally trained to design buildings, not clothes) are a perfect match for Mr & Mrs Smith’s collection of striking boutique stays. There's nothing she likes more than geometric shapes and paint-box-bright colours and she's applied both to the makeover for our classic black gift cards. But as she says herself, the card is 'much more than the packaging it sits in – it’s the gift of an experience and the promise to be whisked away'. So the only question is: who will you be whisking, and where?
Not so partial to pink? You can still get our classic Get a Room! gift card. It's a slinky little black number that even the hardest-to-buy-for recipient will love to unwrap.
If you've left gift-getting fashionably late, here's the solution. The Smith Get a Room! e-voucher will be delivered to your inbox immediately. It's a Christmas (or birthday/anniversary/date night) miracle.
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Roksanda's 10 favourite hotels
Need some inspiration for where to use your gift card? (Or about to give one and hoping to tag along?) We asked Roksanda Ilincic for her favourite Smith stays: here's her top 10…
Offering all the peace and privacy of a monastic cell, but thankfully none of its spartan stylings, the all-villa Maia Luxury Resort & Spa is the ideal beach hotel to drag yourself to for a spot of yogic spa serenity.
If there's a more heavenly place to take someone you love, we'd like to know. Dip your toes in the iridescent lagoon, snorkel your way past a reef that's as Technicolor as a Roksanda frock and flop out on a private stretch of powdery-sand.
The Connaught hotel is in Ilincic's adopted hometown of London, and one of the city's most stately and stylish stays. It’s more than 100 years old, set in monied Mayfair and has the royal stamp of approval.
NYC: it's chic, energetic, and creative. No wonder Ilincic feels at home here. Six-storey, red-brick Romanesque revival landmark the Mercer is the perfect fit for its SoHo locale: it’s a modern New York classic, with a very Manhattan air.
Chateau Marmont is where beautiful people go to party in private: so put on your finest (Roksanda) clobber and join them. This Arts and Crafts ‘castle on the hill’ is the epitome of all that’s great and good about Tinseltown.
Languishing loftily above the ocean, Bulgari Resort Bali flies the flag for Italian elegance on the Indonesian island. The naturally gorgeous location and deeply stylish setting is your perfect catwalk.
There’s opulent, there’s spectacular, and then there’s Villa Cora. This fresco-filled mansion on the leafy southern side of the Arno was originally built by a 19th-century aristo for his belle; it’s a love letter in art and architecture.
Ilincic's top pick for the world's fashion capital: it may be the place where Oscar Wilde quipped his last, but opulent boutique L’Hôtel, on Paris’ arty Left Bank, is much more than a fin-de-siècle history lesson.
Ideally positioned for making the most of the Jackson Hole ski scene and for admiring the great American wilderness, Amangani hotel is a spectacular stone and timber all-suite resort at the foot of the Teton mountain range.
A ruby-red riverfront palace as bright as a Roksanda dress, the Philippe Starck-designed Faena Hotel Buenos Aires occupies a converted granary with soaring ceilings and prime city views. Inside, the hotel is an art-inspired homage to Argentina.