Many of the hotels have emphasized their modern, contemporary, even quirky style in an effort to attract millennial guests with elements designed to appeal to that generation of travelers. 2019 is going strong with new hotel openings and luxury hotels worth being seen. Get to know the ones you want to book!
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The Yacht Club at Boca Raton Resort, Boca Raton, Florida
This luxury hotel includes 112 guest suites featuring exquisite views of the Intracoastal Waterway, Lake Boca, the Marina, and the Atlantic Ocean.
Get the best experience and enjoy a personal concierge, customizable mini-bar, complimentary access to the Waldorf Astoria Spa, and VIP transportation are included with the Yacht Club Experience featuring a even more amazing luxury interior design.
Halcyon House, New South Wales, Australia
Halcyon House used to be a one of those old-school motels, nestled on the beach at Cabarita on the north coast of New South Wales. The hotel was opened by Elisha Bickle and her sister Siobhan, the family buying Cabarita’s ‘Hideaway’ motel and morphed it into Halcyon House.
Among the 21 rooms by Brisbane designer Anna Spiro, no two are the same. Each with an amazing interior design décor, they are a revision in Sixties eclecticism, with brass fixtures, antique memorabilia and dark wood furniture whimsically combined with a Mediterranean sensibility of patterned floor tiles, starched linens and wall panelling.
The Opposite House, Beijing
The Opposite House is a striking luxury hotel that puts you in the heart of Beijing life. Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the 99-room hotel mixes dramatic contemporary style with Chinese traditional designs and abundant space making it a special luxury hospitality design.
There’s also a 20ft-high Chinese apothecary chest of 6,000 drawers in the lobby, and the multilingual staff shuffling around in all-black outfits further add to the art-gallery vibe. More straightforward are the 99 open-plan guestrooms finished in oak wood and Turkish sandstone, with Japanese-style furo soaking tubs and powerful overhead rain showers.
The Carlyle, New York
The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel is a timeless classic. This New York luxury hotel showcases refined taste and creates a true Manhattan experience for sophisticated travelers. Designer Tony Chi, who did such a fine job at The Carlyle’s sister property, Rosewood London, is currently overhauling 80 percent of the hotel’s 190 rooms.
Thus some rooms are florid and chintzy; some are 1920s time capsules; some are slick and steely; and still others are something in between, creating an eclectic hotel lobby interior design.
Hotel Bel-Air, Los Angeles
A hidden sanctuary amongst the wooded hills, untouched by the clamour of life beyond the gates of Bel-Air. The most quintessentially private and exclusive hotel, delivering low-key elegance since 1946. One of the first sights to spot across the threshold is a swan lake.
In 2011 Alexandra Champalimaud did a full revamp of the lobby and spa, and designed the sizeable rooms to be lived in – they are cosy, with fireplaces, high ceilings and towels as thick as blankets.
Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, British Columbia
Accessible only by air and water, the coastal rainforest and glacial lakes on this tip of Vancouver Island make quite an impression on guests landing by float plane on Bedwell Sound. The waterfront tents are tents in name only – safari-style, with vintage oil lamps and a cast-iron fireplace, a spacious bathroom with heated floors and an outdoor shower. There’s a tent for the piano, and even one for a billiards table.
Sound’s eco-system, putting millions into restoring the salmon-spawning grounds. It’s the sort of place that will reset your compass for a long time.
The Kensington, London
The hotel’s luxurious white stucco façade – a collection of four 19th century townhouses in this most chic, cosmopolitan and cultured of London neighbourhoods – and the Victorian grandeur of its high ceilings, heritage interior design décor and open fireplaces evoke something of a bygone era.
There is the endlessly diverting art on the walls, which displays an eclectic mixture not only of periods and genres but also of seriousness and whimsy.
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