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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 5 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.

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.

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