Luxury Hotels are booming! Maybe you’re in a weekend getaway, perhaps you want an inspiring spot to have a good time or even make a business meeting better. Whatever your reasons are a good hotel interior design can be a powerfully inspiring choice. Don’t miss the coolest hotel interior design we have to show you.
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Rosewood, Hong Kong
Being one of the biggest hotel openings of 2019 and designed by New York–based Tony Chi, with the architecture done by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, you can get a sense of tranquility is established upon arrival with a large lobby window that frames a view of an ornamental bonsai tree. Rosewood Hong Kong boasts 413 rooms spread over 43 stories with sweeping views of Victoria Harbor and a feeling of integral connectedness to the water. A key design component is the incorporation of green spaces and outdoor areas to reflect the vision of the vertical estate, which has a residential feel.
The Fife Arms, Braemar, Scotland
Located in the village of Braemar, Scotland (home to the largest gathering of the Highland Games and located just a few miles from the royal Balmoral Estate), the Fife Arms, owned by the Hauser & Wirth founders Iwan and Manuela Wirth, recently opened, showing an incredible hotel interior design. Inspired by the traditions of Braemar and Scotland, interior designer Russell Sage and architect Ben Addy restored the former 19th-century hunting lodge built by the Duke of Fife to resemble a private country house.
Conrad Washington, D.C.
The first Conrad brand in Washington, D.C., with architecture by the Pritzker Prize–winning Swiss firm Herzog & de Meuron, this luxury hotel offers an elevated perch from which to experience the nation’s capital. Boasting a soaring atrium, lush outdoor terraces, and captivating art installations, Conrad Washington, DC provides a stylish retreat in one of the world’s most influential cities with a touch of amazing hotel interior design.
Raffles Singapore is now fully closed with a planned reopening in August 2019, with a new hotel interior design. This restoration is designed to ensure that the hotel retains what is so special about it– the ambience, the service, the charm and the heritage of the hotel. The renovated hotel will preserve the legendary Tiffin Room that dates back to 1892 with its intricately patterned wood and mirror wall paneling, and the glamorous lobby that serves afternoon teas.
Brody House, Budapest
The hotel, in a 19th-century townhouse on Pest’s Brody Street, started with a few friends and artists hanging out in the ground-floor apartment. Instead of wallpaper, the hotel interior design features walls covered in antique music scores and handwritten letters, while paint-stripped reclaimed doors have been graffitied with gusto.
Casa Bonay, Barcelona
Enter Casa Bonay, a hotel made for the people of Barcelona. It’s the opposite end of the spectrum from the walled luxury of brands. Local designers Batabasta created exotic fruity prints that appear throughout the hotel: bathroom wallpaper, cushions in the rooms, coasters in the restaurants. Much of the classical Catalan masonry – along with the mosaic-tiled floors and 19th-century features of the original iconic building – has been retained, giving the interiors a personality that is unmistakably Mediterranean but with a fresh urban twist.
Belmond Cap Juluca, Anguilla, British West Indies
The hotel interior design done by Rottet Studio pays homage to the surrounding nature and Anguillan heritage, blending the charms of old-world travel with new-world comforts, and boasts a new infinity-edge pool, a rustic beach bar called the Cap Shack, and elegant restaurants done in the resort’s signature Greco-Moorish architectural style. After Hurricane Irma, the mile-long beaches and the tropical landscape are now back to their original beauty thanks to massive efforts by the islanders, the hotel and tourism groups, and the international and local governments.
Anantara Tozeur, Tunisia
Set to open in 2019, the new-build Anantara will offer 93 luxurious guest rooms and villas, including pool villas, a selection of restaurants and bars, meeting and business facilities, a kids club, a health club and spa. Designed by Kansas-based Agora Architecture, the hotel interior design property honors the preservation of ancestral traditional construction techniques by using clay bricks that are made manually and dried in the sun. Interiors feature pure lines and forms with artisanal details inspired by Tunisian heritage.
J.K. Paris, France
This is the impossibly stylish group’s first foray outside Italy and it has been a long time coming- it took them 5 years to find the perfect building and deciding the best hotel lobby interior design ideas . Furnishings in the 30 spacious rooms will include a mix of custom made italian pieces and gems from Parisian flea markets.
Four Seasons Astir Palace, Athens, Greece
On the sophisticated Athens Riviera, at the tip of a pine-clad peninsula, Four Seasons Astir Palace Hotel Athens offers the best of both worlds: a laid-back seaside escape, just 30 minutes from the historical city centre. Another great 2019 opening, the hotel, which has two main buildings, also offers retail and dining options, including Matsuhisa Athens by Nobu, and Astir Beach, a seaside concept and an incredible luxury hotel décor.