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LEGO Boutique Hotel 10297 modular building review! "Classy" is the word of the day
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  1. Monty M says:

    I honestly think this is the ugliest modular they have put out, the colours are hideous and the look is like a cheap dodgy cheap hotel that uses the word boutique to hide the fact it still has the same wallpaper from the 50's.

  2. Gaz Groeneweg says:

    I really like the style of the Boutique Hotel overall. I actually like the tree, it was one of the features that originally drew me in. However the thing that bothers me the most about that sub-assembly is the sideways orientation of the fronds. Unfortunately rotating the leaves horizontally was no great improvement.

    The flatiron-styled wedge shape is nicely executed, but figuring out the best orientation to display this building within the modular town was a difficult decision. A typical modular building has two window sides (front/rear, or both sides of the corner), but the Hotel has three window sides. For instance, the upper levels of the dumpster side are attractive and would be nice to display. Unfortunately, if this side is displayed street-side, then the sidewalk of the neighbouring module leads into an untiled texture that abruptly ends with a dumpster against a wall.

  3. ThiccManWillis says:

    I personally like the lime green old man palm / sable palm not just for the contrast but to set the feel, it makes it feel like a more tropical themed hotel set in miami in the 60s or so. A nice notion to my home state 🙂

  4. Dan says:

    what i love about this channel is not only jang and his wonderful, thorough reviews but also the community. i see a lot of people are disagreeing with jang’s opinion about the palm tree, but they’re not being rude about it they are politely disagreeing. wholesome community!

  5. MmmChestnut says:

    I feel like the tree just doesn’t fit. I don’t hate the tree, but this structure says “Western Europe” to me, and that doesn’t fit in any palm trees. Also, that space where the tree sits has some cute detailing that looks great opened up.

    Aside from that, I see you have some gunpla, which I just recently got into. I’m not surprised, but I am happy to see it.

  6. Biff Mcspandex says:

    Originally I wasn’t planning on getting this, but now that I’ve seen it in depth, I think I’m gonna shell out a couple hundred to get it. Great vid

  7. Rubén Isak Saldaña Echeagaray says:

    Great set, i just think it needed more floor space to add more rooms, bathrooms and elevator. And I also think the palm tree looks out of place

  8. rinceleau says:

    I built mine with another tree, adding a bathroom on the first floor changing it in one single room and adding a lift 🤗. Otherwise I like it very much 😁

  9. LordWaterBottle says:

    OK, I know no one at Lego will see this, but they need to make a matching lamp for the typewriter, like in the middle sized suite. Green glass, gold drum lacquered arm and base, pure class.

  10. Camry Long says:

    Two thoughts:

    1.) the actual printed “painting” in the art gallery seems to be a cubist rendition of the original Nick Bluetooth Happy Meal toy from Galidor
    2.) every time you did the lime green (lime green) thing, the Bionicle nerd in me wanted to shiver!🤣

  11. BroughtCat 4839 says:

    Tbh the set looks way better without the tree and art stands. It's less crowded and feels more serious. However, it still maintains that fun, whimsical Lego charm.

  12. Dezgesh says:

    I quite like the light green palm. I think if I were to make any changes it would be to replace that tree with something more local to where I live but I think it works fine as it is

  13. farah naz says:

    I just finished making this boutique hotel.
    Amazing.
    What are the purpose of the hinges on the different floors ?
    I thought that they might open up the floors.
    But they don't.

  14. Dan Shewell says:

    Picked this up in the UK for £139.99 on sale from John Lewis.
    Love the build, only ruined by that tree and the corner showing which was pointed out.
    The drain pipe idea is a good one to fix that.

  15. Michael Gates says:

    Maybe the tree was meant to be fake instead of the real. It deffo looks better with the normal green leaves. It's nice to see a bathroom for a house/living space again too (looking at birch books with two houses, 0 toilets and only one kitchen space😕) really drags that set down for me

  16. bigginsd1 says:

    Saying the cramped stairwell and rooms are not realistic really shows you have not travelled in Europe. I once stayed in a UK hotel that had a toilet in the cupboard, so when you sat on it your legs would stick out with your knees touching the side of your bed. Despite this it advertised itself as having an ensuite.

  17. purpleYamask says:

    Rewatching this, I didn't catch that the removable 2×4 printed painting in El Cubo is Nick Bluetooth from Galidor. They reference that line far more than I'd ever expect.

  18. mig-L says:

    I honestly love the tree, the colour gives it some sort of Mediterranean flair. In generally it's a beautiful set, I love the flesh colour, and of course sand green (which might be my overall favourite colour in the Lego world…). I am currently building it, and as you say, it's not very difficult or challeging, but perfect for me to relax after a hard day's work ^^ Of course, 200 € is a lot of money. I bought it with two GWP (Vintage Taxi and Chines New Year's tiger), so it was ok.

  19. Lance Lehman says:

    I think the tree adds contrast and some color, moving it from a little bit of a serious look. I wish there was not a bar though. It seems like something else would have been better for what this is.

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