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People often forget the Azores when booking a holiday but in recent years the archipelago is finally getting the recognition it deserves. The incredible islands have an unbelievable amount to offer and are one of Europe’s most breathtaking natural havens. The Furnas Boutique Hotel is a luxury hotel which offers visitors a stunning experience to connect with nature and to truly relax.
Located on the São Miguel Island, in the valley of the Furnas, which is the area with the most concentrated thermal waters in Europe, the Furnas Boutique Hotel is truly a remarkable luxury experience bathed in the peace and tranquillity of nature.
The interior design is reflective of the relaxation you will experience during your stay. The beautiful combination of modern and traditional influences creates a stunning balance and helps visitors to find their zen whilst connecting to nature. The use of an earthy and down-to-earth palette of greys and browns as well as the stone elements truly integrates the Furnas Boutique Hotel into its surroundings.
The Hotel offers a wide range of experiences for each type of traveller. From the adventure and sports enthusiasts to nature lovers, there is something to do for everyone.
The Furnas Boutique Hotel also has its stunning À Terra restaurant. The natural fruits of nature and the rustic lifestyle inspire the incredible food here. With a menu boasting plates that will bring you the most delicious aromas, textures and tastes.
The Thermal Spa at this luxury boutique hotel must not be overlooked. This is the perfect place to unwind and appreciate the true tranquillity of the island. The Furnas Boutique Hotel boasts both an outdoor and indoor thermal experience pools.
Of course they also have a sauna and Turkish bath as well as a luxuriously wide range of spa treatments from exfoliations, massages, hidromassages and even reflexology. This spa leaves nothing to be desired and you will leave completely relaxed.
When booking your next holiday to Europe do not forget to take a look at what the Azores has to offer and in particular the Furnas Boutique Hotel, the perfect place to take everything in and unwind.
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Hotel André Latin is a beautiful stone building, this hotel interior design dating from the 19th century, and hiding 68 contemporary rooms. It takes advantage of its privileged location in the famous “Latin Quarter” in Paris, and so it’s a great solution for the visitors in the City of Light. But that’s not all – besides answering the ‘Where to stay in Paris?‘ question, the hotel interior serves as design inspiration for many people who are passionate by hospitality projects and interior design.
The owners, hoteliers Fabian and Guillaume Sodano, had this desire to update the hotel in 2015, and they decided to dedicate it to their paternal grandfather, Andrea Sodano. To achieve that, the Hotel André Latin‘s interiors were created with the help of the young Parisian interior architect Michael Malapert inspired by their grandfather’s taste and personality. Throughout the hotel, we can find mid-century furniture blend with colorful details. The subdued rooms feature wood floors and en suite bathrooms. Some add balconies that allow visitors to enjoy beautiful views over the city.
The french interior design, as well as the fact that this low-key hotel is a 7-minute walk from the Panthéon and a 9-minute walk from the Jardin du Luxembourg, makes it amazingly wanted. As usual in the french interior designs, the rooms may seem small, but these are very comfortable.
The tiny balconies give the rooms a romantic, very Parisian style, feel!
With bold combinations of color and details that create a sense of authenticity, like floors of wooden planks texture, brass lamps, and marble tables, the hotel interiors are a reason alone to visit this beautiful building!
From May 8 to June 18 happens an exhibition of interior design, with a unique format in Europe, which takes place every year in a different location in the center of Madrid – Casa Decor. We believe that a show like this deserves the best accommodation for you to stay, that’s why we bring to you today our top 15 of the best luxury hotels to stay during the exhibition.
Hotel Ritz, Madrid
The Ritz has undergone extensive renovations but has managed to hang onto a lot of its original hotel design so expect classic luxury at every turn. Sumptuous carpets made down the road at the Royal Tapestry Factory ensure that every step you take is in cushioned comfort.
Gran Mélia Palacio de los Duques
Although the building has been comprehensively revamped, original features remain. There is a Velázquez theme throughout the hotel with large reproductions of the great master’s paintings and the color scheme is inspired by the tones of his palette, with shimmery fabrics in hues of ochre, indigo, and maroon.
This is one of those hotels where you step through the door and enter a different world. La Rotonda, as the restaurant and lounge area under an ornate stained-glass dome is called, is a circle of elegance where locals and guests meet for coffee and drinks at all times of the day. There are a good gym and sauna, but no pool.
Only You Hotel Atocha
A massive 19th-century building on a landmark corner site has been given an industrial-style makeover, with exposed pipes, black and white stripes, boxing posters and artworks with a sporting theme. Gentle jazz adds to the New York vibe. Stenciled lettering and a red stripe running along the walls in the corridors lends a bit of multi-storey car park chic.
NH Collection Madrid Suécia
The Suecia opened in the 1950s and for decades the hotel was a meeting place for Swedish residents in Madrid. Star designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán has cleverly remodeled the ground and mezzanine floors, where Art Deco details mix smoothly with contemporary Scandinavian style in the stylish restaurant and café. Definitely, a place to slither off a bar stool after one too many Daquiris.
Urso Hotel & Spa
The Urso opened at the end of August 2014 in an early 20th-century palatial building. Although it is in the center of Madrid, a muted palette of cool green, gray and cream tones and delicate Japanese prints create an air of calm and discreet chicness. Black and white photographs throughout the hotel give a fascinating insight into how the city has changed over the last century.
Hotel Urban Madrid
The first thing you will notice about this unusual hotel is its form — a glass-encased tower studded with black Zimbabwe stone, and seamed with champagne-coloured steel beams. Make sure you try out the wave-shaped flap chair by Edra that reclines at six different angles.
Tótem Madrid Hotel
You step into a world of minimalist luxury where all the materials are high quality. Charcoal, teal, dusky pink, cerise, navy, and purple all play a part in the color scheme, popping out against a palette of shimmery neutrals. The original wooden staircase has been restored and lends a sense of grandeur.
ME Madrid Reina Victoria
The glamor of the Reina Victoria’s former life has filtered through to the present day but now it is all Skandi-chic with Eames-style chairs inside.
Vincci The Mint Hotel
Designed by the renowned Jaime Beriestain, Vincci The Mint occupies an elegant, early 20th-century building and lives up to its name with cool green shades throughout, from peppermint to pistachio, pear, lime, olive, and emerald.
Double Tree by Hilton Madrid Prado
In an elegant traditional building with a white frontage, the Madrid Prado is every inch a boutique property and a very welcome addition to the city’s luxe hotel scene. It’s an excellent choice for those attending Madrid’s gastronomic, fashion and art events.
Hotel Barceló Torre de Madrid
Top Spanish designer Jaime Hayón has created fresh, sensual interiors using a palette of jewel and berry shades with gold details and sweeping curves. A sculpture of a giant zebra-striped bear doffing a top hat dominates the ground-floor lobby and cartoon-like masks decorate the walls in the corridors, along with flamenco-themed artworks.
Hotel Unico Madrid
The Único is nothing if not dramatic. The property was originally a grand residence and it still has a discreet, private feel.
Gran Meliá Fénix Hotel
The hotel’s interior highlight is undoubtedly the lobby. Take a seat in one of the red velvet banquettes, and drink in the scene: a vast, circular room supported by Ionic columns made from yellowed, fibrous marble, and a palace staircase at one end. The room is crowned with a modernist stained-glass dome fizzing with color and decorated with impressions of noble ladies with sausage curls.
NH Collection Madrid Eurobuilding
There are terrific restaurants and a buzzy lobby where guests look up in wonder at the vaulted ceiling, which is actually a 300m LED screen that projects 3D images, videos, photos and all sorts of wizardry.
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Some of the world’s most luxurious hotels transformed their lobbies into magnificent spaces and we are ready to show to you our top 15 luxury hotel lobbies.
You never get a second chance to make a first impression. We all know that from first dates but it also holds true with luxury hotels. Although the lobbies aren’t our focus point when it comes to choosing our accommodation, the lobby is our first impression of any establishment and should reflect the hotel design and the kind of experience we are about to have away from home.
So, forget boring reception desks, the world’s 15 most luxury hotel lobbies go beyond the normal, aiming to impress from first sight.
Due to open in 2016, the Zaha Hadid-designed Me Dubai hotel is set to be one of the UAE’s most distinctive properties. Newly released renderings show its centerpiece will be a vast, sinuous lobby. In advance of the hotel’s completion, we look at other hotels around the world with incredible, imposing luxury lobbies.
Al Bustan Palace, a Ritz-Carlton hotel in Muscat, Oman, welcomes guests with a reception area that is palatial and ornate. It’s one of the best hotel projects and for sure will make you feel special when walking into this magnificent lobby.
Why should lobbies be inside? Your lobby must be a reflection of the experience that your guest is about to have and there is no better example than the Veranda, hidden in the hills that surround Chiang Mai in Northern Thailand.
The experience begins when visitors check in at the property’s open-air reception, before passing a tranquil pool to access their rooms.
It’s the view that sets the lobby of the Mandarin Oriental Tokyo apart. Did you imagine yourself reading a book or just having a drink with this view? Breathtaking.
The lobby of the Four Season George V in Paris lacks the scale of many other luxury hotels lobbies.
No, of course, they are not fake flowers. Come to see the continually refreshed floral displays that decorate the space and makes the hotel spends approximately £1 million per year on flowers. It’s priceless.
ITC Grand Chola hotel in Chennai would look less impressive without a procession of elegant, sari-clad staff member lined in greeting but it wouldn’t be the same. The hotel as a whole features one million square feet of hand-carved marble that one of our favorite hotel design project inspiration.
The Norman Foster-designed Me London offers to their guests one of the most immersive, interesting check-in experiences ever. Different nights, mean different graphics that are projected into the walls, from expanding grids to floating jellyfish and starscapes.
Luxury hotels are characterized by treating their guest by the most unimaginable way. Rather than checking in as normal, they’re taken to the property by water taxi and check in at the hotel’s jetty where they are treated to hand massages and a fruit cocktail. Did you package already?
There’s a lot going on in the Hilton London Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 reception area. Its proximity to the airport means a constant stream of tearful partings and joyful reunions are marked here and you can have the opportunity to have a Musetti coffee out of Italy.
In Kowloon in Hong Kong, Hotel Icon houses Asia’s largest indoor vertical garden within its lobby. French botanist and artist Patrick Blanc designed the feature, which measures 18 meters in height and covers 230 square metres.
Just when you though it couldn’t get any better. The lobby of the Hyatt Regency San Francisco is the world’s largest and, in our opinion, one of the best luxury lobbies.
The lobby’s at Barceló La Bobadilla design may seem unusual to tourists, it is actually inspired by the Palatial architecture of Granada and near by Cordoba, when they were under the Nazrid Dynasty in the 14th century.
It’s seems like you’re in a Disney movie but you’re only at the lobby of the 125-year-old Raffles Hotel Singapore which is appropriately classic and agreeably imposing.
The Burj Al Arab is the distinctive sail-shaped hotel off the coast of Dubai.
It’s one of the most romantic reception and is situated on an island that is surrounded by thousands of gently flickering candles. You’ll find this lobby at Phulay Bay, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve in Krabi, Thailand.
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ICFF is just a few days away ! The international trade show recognized for the outstanding contemporary design it exhibits will open its doors on May 21 for four days of pure beauty, refinement and creativity. If you are planning on joining the hundreds of exhibitors and thousands of visitors to celebrate design in the Big Apple, you should consider picking a hotel that will make you feel comfortable but also luxurious. If you are still unsure about your choice, Hotel Interior Designs offers you a selection of the best luxury hotels in New York to stay in during the big event. Have a look now and share your choice with us.
CitizenM New York Times Square Hotel has a spectacular location in the heart of Manhattan. Its modern and eclectic lobby will make you feel instantly at home with its comfy and inviting design. In addition, you will able to enjoy a 360 view from their panoramic rooftop bar.
HGU New York features a sublime Beaux-Arts structure. The high comfort of the hotel rooms is perfectly paired with luxury pieces and a stunning art collection displayed everywhere in the hotel. This gorgeous realm offers you an invitation to dream and relax. It is by far one of the best hotel projects in the Big Apple.
The Time New York is a hidden gem located near the Theater District. If you enjoy creativity and the arts you will not be disappointed by the hotel design inspired by the worlds of music and theatre. This place full of surprises will please any refined guest.
The Mark is situated in the heart of Manhattan most elegant neighborhood. Each hotel room is a luxurious and restful realm. Designer Jacques Granges imagined a hotel design full of details for the common spaces, as well illustrated on the picture.
Lotte New York Palace possesses an audacious interior combining the elegance from the old world and the luxury of the present days. This revolutionary, innovative, and inspiring provides the perfect setting for relaxation. For sure one of the best Midtown’s luxury hotels.
Are you looking for a Parisian pied-à-terre in the heart of New York? Your wish will be fulfilled by Baccarat Hotel and Residences New York. Admire here its gorgeous and luxurious lounge.
The Iroquois New York perfectly blends a classic hotel design with contemporary furniture. As one of the best luxury hotels in New York City, the hotel is a wonderful spot for both business and leisure travelers.
If you are looking for more natural vibes to enjoy a peaceful retreat, you will sure be seduced by 1 Hotel Central Park, a stunning moder resort surrounded by living green plants and touches of nature, notably a wooden design, treetop views and organic cotton sheets.
W New York – Times Square is just a few steps away from Times Square and Broadway shows. The resort features a superb and eclectic hotel design, full of dynamism and positive vibes. Admire the beautiful ceiling lights.
Mandarin Oriental New York offers the perfect base to explore the city. It features a celebrated gastronomic resturant as well as a world renowned spa. You will benefit from the ultimate service, comfort, and style !
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The Burj Al Arab Jumeirah Hotel in Dubai is not only considered as the most luxurious hotel in the world, as also named the most popular hotel on Instagram with over 500,000 followers. The sail-shaped Hotel is now officially the most Instagrammable hotel in the entire world. Here, we show you some photos of this beautiful Hotel Design for a major inspiration directly from Instagram.
The Hotel was built on a triangular man-made island and the towering building houses numerous social media worthy features such an underwater aquarium restaurant, a helipad for its wealthiest clientele, lifts with panoramic views of Dubai, saltwater infinity pools that look like they blend into the sea and decadent suites that cost $24,000 per night.
The Terrace of the hotel shows an impressionant view and is definitely a good place to relax. And this infinity pool? Very Impressive.
Having a lunch or dinner with this view is something very special and is perfect for a very special moment. One of the favourite places to take a photo and make it one of the most instagrammable hotel in the world.
The terrace of the hotel transformed into a great moment for a couple life and a great destination for weedings.
Once again, the terrace and this spectacular view to an infinity pool. One of the reasons for Burj Al Arab Jumeirah Hotel be considered one of the best hotels around the world.
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Hotel Interior Design Blog presents the top 20 of the Best Boutique Hotels to inspire design lovers like you. With luxurious amenities and finest design details, these boutique hotels are destined to impress. Discover a collection of the world’s true boutique hotels, magical places where you con find the best art, luxury objects, designer furniture and lighting and much more.
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The Thief | Oslo | Norway
Located next to the iconic new Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, The Thief overlooks the canals of Tjuvholmen and the Oslofjord, with most of its 119 bespoke rooms offering brilliant waterfront views. Timeless elegance with clear references to contemporary art and design is the common denominator for THIEF FURNISHING. International and Norwegian designers such as Antonio Citterio, Bruno Rainaldi, Tom Dixon, Anne Haavind and StokkeAustad
Hotel zum Löwen | Duderstadt | Austria
Businessman-turned-art-collector Hans Georg Näder reflects his deep connection to his hometown in every element of Hotel zum Löwen, from the artworks from his private collection that grace the hotel’s walls to the handpicked wine list. Polaroids of big stars Andy Warhol used as the basis for his strident portraits decorate the walls in the restaurant and fireplace room.
The Qvest | Cologne | Germany
The Qvest is former historic city archive located on a quiet square in the shadow of the Basilica of St. Gereon. The hotel links history and modernity by combining neoGothic architecture with a curated collection of furniture, contemporary art, and photography. Guests can even take home a “souvenir” from an exclusive shop selling the hotel’s carefully curated furniture and design objects.
Originally built in the 1930’s, Das Stue’s diplomatic legacy is evident in the heritage building’s stately architecture and modernist façade, designed by German architect Johann Emil Schaudt (1871-1957) and inspired by Danish classicism. Das Stue was renovated to invoke a calming ambiance, with open spaces and contemporary minimalist design. Patricia Urquiola artistically directed and designed all public spaces and fluidly integrated shared spaces such as the lobby, cocktail bar, and restaurants.
Cosmo Hotel | Berlin | Germany
Cosmo Hotel Berlin Mitte offers both a sanctuary and starting point for cosmopolitan lifestyle-addicts who visit the German capital to soak up its rich cultural life but also want a comfortable and invigorating place to take a load off at the end of the day. Warm colors of spice are highlighted by silver accents and elegant, high-end materials set the note. Floor-to-ceiling windows unveil the panorama of Berlin’s urban setting.
Le 5 Codet | Paris | France
Housed within the former France Telecom building from the 1930s and masterfully restored by acclaimed designer Jean-Phillipe Nuel. With an outstanding collection of artwork, luxurious amenities, contemporary elegance, signature floor to ceiling bay windows and up to date in-room technology, Le Cinq Codet is the ideal setting for an unforgettable getaway experience.
Rooms Hotel Kazbegi | Stepantsminda | Georgia
With peaks reaching a formidable 5,000 metres, the dramatic Caucasus Mountain Range delivers a spectacular backdrop for this retreat – the first of its kind – in northern Georgia. Comprising 156 guestrooms – each with breathtaking views – the warm structure of wood, glass and steel has been designed by young Tbilisi-based duo Nata Janberidze and Keti Toloraia.
25Hours Hotel Bikini | Berlin | Germany
In the heart of Berlin’s City West district, wildlife and city life cohabitate resplendently within the shadows of the 25hours Hotel. Part of the Bikini Berlin redevelopment project, this historic building—an important example of post-war modernism—serves as an urban oasis for visitors and locals alike. Designer Werner Aisslinger and his team created a hotel world playing with the contrasts of nature and culture.
Ion Adventure Hotel | Selfoss | Iceland
Fire and ice. Hot and cold. An abandoned in turned luxury hotel. The building was acquired in 2011 and renovated with the assistance of Santa Monica-based design studio Minarc. ION Adventure Hotel is where modern design meets Iceland’s incomparable natural landscape. Guests can expect a mellow mix of concrete chic and earthy ambiance, combined with the warm accents of locally salvaged driftwood and lava. The hotel has won several important awards for sustainable design.
Bergland Hotel | Sölden | Germany
Wood, stone, felt, wool and linen are elegantly fashioned into a modern living space, creating natural surroundings, even indoors. The architecture of the first design hotel of the region unites both traditional and modern, and the natural world is reflected in the hotel’s interior. One of the key scenes for the latest James bond Epic “SPECTRE” was shot in Sölden!
Vander Urbani | Ljubljana | Slovenia
Vander urbani resort is four old town houses in a terrace nestling under Castle Hill on the banks of the River Ljubljanica. From the outside, they look like the other townhouses in the old city, but they have been intricately re-designed with a contemporary passion. Beneath the old bourgeois house facades lie sixteen rooms whose design epitomizes perfect living comfort. The interior design follows a continuous line which runs almost imperceptibly from house to house.
Memmo Baleeira Hotel | Sagres | Portugal
Located in Sagres, Algarve, Memmo Baleeira Hotel is a resort overlooking the ocean. Characterized by its relaxing, contemporary atmosphere of design, this 4 star Design hotel has everything you need for a weekend break from your daily routine.
Almyra | Paphos | Greece
Situated amidst eight acres of gardens in the coastal city of Paphos, Almyra’s enviable location is only the beginning. A pure, crisp white structure sits within earshot of the Mediterranean’s crashing waves. Almyra’s sleek accommodation showcases contemporary luxury paired with sea or garden views. Parisian designer Joelle Pleot used natural materials, glass, and Carrara marble to create a calming effect in the rooms.
Vila Monte | Algarve | Portugal
The epitome of the classic farmhouse: a timeless simplicity, a local, genuine atmosphere, and a boho-chic spirit. Vila Monte is a reinterpretation of the Algarve lifestyle, with the perfect integration of its emblematic elements. Located in different buildings, each room at Vila Monte Farm House has unique characteristics and settings.
Praia Verde Boutique Hotel | Castro Marim , Algarve | Portugal
Hotel is located on the tip of southernmost Portugal where an expansive pine forest meets the deep blue of the Atlantic! The resort sits in harmony with its preserved natural environment in the untouched eastern part of the Algarve. Natural materials and clean lines abound to create interiors both contemporary and multifarious, based on the concept of a “market lobby” designed by a Portuguese – Pureza Magalhães.
Pedras Salgadas Spa & Nature Park | Bornes de Aguiar | Portugal
In the municipality of Vila Pouca de Aguiar, Pedras Salgadas Spa & Nature park shows you how innovative sustainable architecture can wrap itself around a centuries old park. The work of the architect Luís Rebelo Andrade is modern in both its composition and its interior decoration. Eco Houses and Tree Houses were built using the most cutting-edge sustainable technology.
Design & Wine Hotel | Caminha | Portugal
Perched on the banks of the Minho Estuary in Camhina, a historic Portuguese port town on the Spanish border, Hotel Design & Wine exudes subtle sensuality. This ecologically sustainable, high-tech hideaway blends art, technology, and local heritage with its contemporary art gallery, ultramodern amenities, and distinctive regional wines.
Furnas Boutique Hotel | Azores | Portugal
Furnas Boutique Hotel is located in Furnas, São Miguel Island, Azores. The natural heritage of São Miguel is reflected in the materials chosen for the project, such as basalt stones on the exterior walls and interior flooring. Gigantic nature photographs and wallpapers animate the hotel’s public spaces as well as guestrooms. Using a color palette of green, brown, and white designer Nini Andrade Silva has created soothing interiors that contrast with the hotel’s contemporary and vintage furniture pieces.
Farol Design Hotel | Cascais | Portugal
Nestled between the powdered sands of Guincho Beach and the picturesque fishing village of Cascais, this luxurious seaside retreat on the Portuguese Riviera was once the royal hideaway of the Kings and Queens of Europe in the 1950s. The 33 guestrooms are “dressed” by acclaimed Portuguese fashion designers, and sumptuous accents punctuate the ever-so-cool black and white interiors, hinting at the building’s regal history.
Hotel Teatro | Porto | Portugal
In the center of the beautiful and historic Portuguese city of Porto, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hotel Teatro is an elegant innovation set in shades of bronze and gold. It was built on the site where the revered 1859 Teatro Baquet once stood. The Reception represents a box office where each guest receives a ticket to access their room.
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As Hotel Interior Design lovers, is important to chare some of the most luxury places you can find when you wish to travel in Summer. The hotel design is as important as the location itself, because you should feel as good outside as inside. Give a look at some of the most amazing destinations, as well as its luxury hotels.
BALI: Alla Ubud is located in the tradicional hill village of Payangan, on the banks of the Ayung River. Here, guests can visit art galleries and museums, see dramatic and opulent temple festivals and dances, and take in the magic of the real Bali, surrounded by some of the most spectacular scenery on the island.
Canada: Grey Eagle Resort and Casino is one of Calgary’s newest entertainment destinations, located on the Tsuut’ina First Nation in Calgary. the luxury hotel offers his guests professionally conducted, exciting entertainment in a unique environment and hospitality design.
An abandoned inn turned boutique hotel in Iceland. Ion Adventure Hotel is where modern design meets Iceland’s incomparable natural landscape. Ion is conveniently located to offer guests the best of Iceland. From the volcanic marvels of Mount Hengill to the urban sophistication of Reykjavik nearby, the unique landscape plays a pivotal role in the rich design of the hotel. Fair-trade bedding and furniture constructed from sustainable materials such as local driftwood set the tone for the luxuriously organic hotel interior design.
The perfect get away in the best Brasil city, Rio de Janeiro, the Sheraton Hotels & Resorts is a place where you can find luxury, comfort, tropical weather and enjoy the best view ever! And with that view, you can also see the best hospitality design.
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There are a lot of hospitality projects all over the world that will, for sure, blow your mind. Today, we are here to present to you the 10 top hotel interior designs because we believe that you can get inspired by them or simply match your destination with your passion for hotel interior design.
Castello di Casole, Siena, Italy
Staying in an original and authentic structure, dating back to the 10th century, offers you a variety of experiences. You can choose between the Classica suites with exposed stone walls, wooden beams, and mosaic-tile bathroom floors, or the Oliveto suites, whose mod aesthetics employ sleek greys and blues, travertine floors and brushed nickel, and look out over the estate’s olive groves. How stunning is this hotel interior design?
Primland, Meadows of Dan, VA
This is one of the best hotel interior designs that matches luxury and nature. Surrounded by 12,000 acres and the Blue Ridge Mountains, this hospitality design got raves from readers for feeling serene.
Ocean House, Watch Hill, RI
Inspired by the Victorian architecture prevalent in the great houses of the Watch Hill area, the Ocean House evokes a timeless elegance that captures the residential ambiance of the area’s turn of the century summer estates.
The various experiences that you can live here, like spend your day lounging on the private beach, playing croquet or making use of one of the hotel’s tasteful accessories: Mercedes-Benz house cars that you can borrow on a first-come basis, turns it into one the most luxury hotels in the world.
Four Seasons, Istanbul at Sultanahmet, Istanbul, Turkey
Who would day that one of the top hotel interior designs was once a prison? This Four Seasons has made the Neoclassical landmark so lovely that it feels much more like a palace than an old jail. The soaring ceilings and giant wood-frame windows help you to enjoy some of the perks that perhaps even the prisoners once had: views of the Sea of Marmara and the Blue Mosque.
Sunset Key Guest Cottages, Key West, FL
If you are looking for something more paradisiac this is the best hotel interior design for you. Its 40 white-washed cottage exude a Victorian-meets-Caribbean aesthetic, featuring tin roofs, pastel walls and verandas outfitted with Adirondack chairs. You can just stay put at Sunset Key’s private beach and zero-entry saltwater pool.
Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Looking for a relax time in luxury hotels? Four seasons Resort in Thailand have teak floors and Siamese antiques, as well as ceiling-fan-topped verandas, with their own daybeds for relaxing views across the rice paddies. You can paddle across the infinity pool overlooking the Mae Rim Valley, or take a cooking class to hone your Thai culinary skills.
St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort, Miami Beach, FL
The lobby features a silver cloud sculpture hanging from the ceiling and the rest of the hospitality design—with soft blues, greys and earth tones—was created by acclaimed interior design firm Yabu Pushelberg.
Four Seasons Hotel, Gresham Palace, Budapest, Hungary
The hotel wins praise from readers for embracing its status as an Art Deco landmark, with the jaw-dropping chandelier in the lobby and the gorgeously restored ironwork and stained glass.
Triple Creek Ranch, Darby, Montana
The 1- to 3-bedroom log cabins have glowing cedar interiors, stone fireplaces, and classic and contemporary Western art, ranging from Frederic Remington to Oleg Stavrowsky. You can live a lot of experiences while your stay from fly-fishing and horseback riding to panning for sapphires.
Grand Solmar Land’s End Resort & Spa, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
The details are the secret of this luxury hotel interior design. Details such as the inlaid walkways and stone archways in the public spaces, and the room’s hand carved wooden furniture, elegant ironwork, and pops of red make the contemporary buildings stand out.
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Get the Look Hotel Interiors: Here is an interesting theme for this week, as luxury hotels are evolving and investing every day in their hotel interior design.
Hotel room design composes the wonderful environment inside the hotel and today BRABBU is presenting our selection of perfect ambiences from BRABBU Contract – a brand especially created for hospitality projects. BRABBU Contract creates furniture solutions for the remarkable hospitality and contract projects that value quality and contemporary elegance blended with fierceness and strength. With 5 years of expertise, this team of designers and craftspeople developed a new manufacturing process that allowed a production increase, maintaining the same aesthetic and manufacturing quality. With this manufacturing increase, BRABBU Contract is able to offer upholstery, casegoods and lighting with competitive high-end prices that will fill every tailored interior with memories and unique sensations. Behind each handcrafted product, there is a story written by the materials, textures and colours of some of the most interesting places and cultures around the world. BRABBU Contract is powered by BRABBU, a contemporary, cosmopolitan style brand that reflects an intense way of living.
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