9 Most Beautiful Starbucks In The World☕⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Updated: May 2, 2021
With nearly 30,000 locations around the world, chances are you've set foot inside a Starbucks or two. And while there are certain things you can expect at every store—ethically sourced coffee, flavorful speciality drinks, great customer service and free wi-fi—the company has worked to create unique locations offering one-of-a-kind experiences, from reserve roasteries and tasting rooms to Starbucks first-ever coffee farm.
1. Starbucks Coffee Kyoto Ninenzaka Yasaka Chaya Branch
The Starbucks Kyoto Ninenzaka Yasaka Chaya branch is housed in a traditional 2-floor machiya that was built over 100 years ago.
As opposed to normal machiya, which directly faces the street, this particular building was built with a style called "daibeizukuri" and has a wall that separates the building and the street. This is the only building along Ninenzaka that retains the wall as-is from when it was built, so it's a precious item that is being preserved properly. They chose the color of the Starbucks' noren curtains over the entrance to be indigo, a traditional Japanese color, to match the facade of this historical building to create an appearance that will take your breath away.
On the second floor are 3 spaces with tatami flooring where you take off your shoes and relax. The cushions available to sit on are made from Kyoto's Tango chirimen fabric. This is the only Starbucks in the world where you can relax on a cushion on tatami and enjoy your coffee. This can be called the perfect fusion of Kyoto culture and Starbucks' coffee culture.
2. Starbucks Dewata Coffee Sanctuary
On 12 January 2019, Starbucks opened the doors to their newest Bali outlet – the Starbucks Dewata Coffee Sanctuary – which is the largest yet in Southeast Asia! As you would expect, this is no ordinary Starbucks. With a striking design and unique experience, this outlet is also home to a coffee farm.
It’s only apt that Starbucks opens the biggest Southeast Asian outlet in Bali seeing as Indonesia is one of the world’s largest coffee growing regions. In fact, it is the fourth largest Arabica coffee growing region in the world! The Dewata Coffee Sanctuary marks the first Starbucks Reserve Bar in Bali and its tenth in Indonesia. A Starbucks Reserve is an immersive space designed to elevate a customer’s coffee journey, where you can find the rarest coffee and taste them in a relaxing and interactive setting.
3. Istanbul Starbucks Coffee
The store, which has served customers in Istanbul since 2007, was remodelled to add an additional three stories. The new design also includes a rooftop terrace with an expansive view over the Bosphorus and life on the waterfront.
“The building is a steel structure with distinct details and we chose to expose the structure as a starting point of the design,” said Eva Wieland, the store’s designer. “The connections created by the ferries inspired the void that we created through four floors of the space to enable customers and partners to experience dramatic views through the café.”
The design team took advantage of the height of the space to create a sculptural artwork of an abstracted coffee tree. Its roots start starting at the ground floor and slowly reach up through the floors to culminate at the third floor, where abstracted foliage grows through the ceiling in the form of brass light fixtures.
Istanbul is known for its markets, and the Kadikoy Starbucks store is in a lively pedestrian area with a mix traditional and modern shops. The design layers in a rich range of materials including local marble, brass details, terrazzo flooring, and a teak-like iroko wood. Banquette seating with fixed tables reference the seating of the traditional ferries.
“We used the opportunity of the renovation to create something new for our customers and partners,” Weiland said. “Each floor offers a place that encourages customers to discover their favourite spot for a variety of occasions, whether to study, chat or enjoy the view.”
4. Hacienda Alsacia Starbucks
If you've ever wondered where your coffee comes from, book a tour at Hacienda Alsacia, Starbucks' only working coffee farm, located on the slopes of Costa Rica's Poás volcano. You'll follow the journey of a bean from the soil to the cup—examining seedlings, picking coffee cherries and watching them be milled, dried and roasted. Finish your tour with a unique tasting experience with a flight of freshly made coffee. The focus is on research and education—the beans grown and gathered here are only sold in the on-site cafe. (Talk about exclusive!)
5. Starbucks Ibn Battuta Mall
Coffee ... Starbucks inside the Ibn Battuta Mall in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Ibn Battuta Mall is allegedly the world's largest themed shopping mall - this Starbucks location benefits from some pretty stunning surrounding design. Namely, a gorgeous blue-and-yellow, mosaic-tiled domed ceiling and a showpiece of a chandelier.
Starbucks offering is round of the mill but it’s right next to Prague Castle and it has stunning views of the city. Stop by to relax and enjoy the view.. Amazing view of Prague, beautiful cozy interior & exterior seating, and tasty Iced Vanilla Latte. Can imagine would be good for dates or meet up with a friend.
7. Starbucks Reserve Roastery, Manhattan
The Starbucks Reserve Roastery New York opened its doors at 61 9th Ave. in the meatpacking district Friday morning. The 23,000-square-foot immersive coffee experience features freshly roasted coffee from around the world prepared in a wide variety of ways artisanal food from Milanese bakery Princi and the Arriviamo bar with a menu of coffee- and tea-infused craft cocktails.
8. Starbucks Boulevard des Capucines Store
Starbucks France has unveiled the newly-refurbished Boulevard des Capucines Starbucks Store in Paris following extensive design work to restore some of the building’s historic features.
The original building and courtyard date back to the 17th century, and two decades later it became an iconic department store selling fabrics and textiles. Perfectly located near the beautiful Opéra Garnier in the centre of Paris, it boasts one of the most enviable locations in Paris, and first opened its doors as a Starbucks store in June 2006.
Inside the converted 17th century courtyard is now topped with an impressive steel glass roof – bathing customers in sunlight and creating a light and airy space. The Starbucks design team paid close attention to ensuring the rich history of the building was retained firstly with the incredible ornate and intricate 19th century ceiling murals and motifs, which have been fully restored to their original state and now reveal their true colours and historical elegance.
9. Starbucks Villa Casablanca, Morocco
In the North African coastal city of Casablanca, the Starbucks® store in Franklin Roosevelt Villa combines modernist design with Moroccan and French influences.
The heart of the café is the bar, designed with a strong European flavor with clean lines and sophisticated elegance. From the bar, the space opens up into a series of rooms, each distinctively decorated with an eclectic mix of new and vintage styles and materials that emphasize identity and soul.
Outside, the garden and landscaping that surround the villa are green and luscious, and have a modern Mediterranean flavor that allows varied planting arrangements and atmospheres to accent the different seating styles. The intention of the space is to appeal to groups of friends, colleagues, families, singles and couples with canopied banquet-lounge group seating and European alfresco style arrangements. Visitors can sit back, relax and listen to the bubbling fountains and distant sea.
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