boutiquey

boutiquey

(buːˈtiːkɪ)
adj
having the characteristics of a boutique
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THE STANNEYLANDS is a quirkily decorated, boutiquey manor house hotel in the Cheshire countryside, not far from Manchester airport and some 20 minutes from Manchester city centre.
Our stay in NYC was in Hotel Wales a boutiquey upper east side spot.
It's like an old hotel that they've tried to make a wee bit boutiquey," is how my pal April summed it up.
Starwood has planted large, boutiquey W hotels on five continents.
It was great fun and it has a very boutiquey vibe but this is a first for us and a first for Longitude as no one has ever been before.
It had that boutiquey element which was like the Floris Suite Hotel and the interview went well because on my way back to London, I got a call from the agency, offering it to me.
Hmmm a newly renovated, boutiquey style house, with roof terrace right on the beach?
Not only is it a boutiquey shopping area, home of New York's best pizzeria (Grimaldi's) and a famous chocolatier (Jacques Torres, Hudson Street), but since September 2011 there's a new and really rather bizarre addition to the Brooklyn Bridge Park.
California's Joie de Vivre hotels have earned a cult following for their boutiquey vibe within reach.
An independent four-star, it comes with the boutiquey decorative touches you'd expect, with an added bonus of friendly approachable staff and a well above average restaurant, the Londinium, in the basement.
After Soussura I wondered down the exclusive and boutiquey Stasicratous Street.
The nearest big town is Beziers, a bit short on culture-vulture sights by Languedoc standards but, like every other town we saw, long on charm and boutiquey shops in the older parts.