Style Icon is what defines Tommy Hillfigher. And style icons, have style Penthouses, of course. But now, the Penthouse of the American Designer, owner of an huge and famous fashion empire in the Plaza Hotel in New York City is for sale. Here, we show you the beautiful pictures of Tommy Hilfiger’sHotel Penthouse for a major hotel design inspiration.
Hilfiger and his wife bought two separate units in the hotel in 2008 with 5,600 square-foot duplex, which boasts four bedrooms. But curiously, is not the size that is more surpriseling. The decoration of this unbelievably stunning place is incredibly beautiful.
The interiors of the penthouse reminds a little bit of an Andy Warhol art studio, because Hilfiger has a few priceless pieces by the artist and all together results very well in the decoration of the place bringing some artistic mood.
The dining room has a twist of urban city vibe and the kitchen seems like be inspired by a retro 50s style.
The bedroom is all about neutrals and feels like entering in a luxurious spa. Pure style and class.
Do you imagine having a hunch with this view? For sure everyone will appreciate this amazing patio with views overlooking Central Park.
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Incredible new luxury hotel design in Munich. The first Ruby hotel on German soil is in Munich.
The new Ruby Lilly at Stiglmaierplatz offers a lot to the eye of the beholder. In the black, gold-accented lobby, hand-picked vintage furniture and colorful armchairs, various wooden chairs, as well as small and large tables create a casual and elegant mix around the bar under a high, open ceiling. An electric guitar animated on the wall animate and make music.
Michael Struck, founder and CEO of the Ruby Hotels, which currently has two houses in Vienna, is focused on a clientele that “moves in modern and postmodern living environments and is looking for the extraordinary”. His concept is “Lean Luxury” and stands for luxury, which is not defined by marble bathrooms, but wants to combine the essence with the experience.
For the bedrooms “Lean Luxury” means oak, precious cherry wood wall paneling, comfortable beds, partial window-sills with cashmere and chic lamps. An eye-catcher is the television test-image of the 1980s, which always appears in the carpet in the hotel rooms.
The Ruby Lilly Hotel Munich is located in a former eight-storey building, so that the restructuring of the guest rooms has resulted in 20 different ground plans. In order to be as efficient as possible, a glazed shower and a washing table were integrated into the rooms, so the guest can theoretically watch the shower. In the distance he can see from his retreat as well: Bodentiefe window fronts offer a view far over the Löwenbräukeller and the roofs of the city. In the summer, a mobile bar is planned on the roof terrace.
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.
A big surprise at the Top Hotel Opening Award 2016, which won the best hotel opening awards last year was the “Luxury” category where the two hotels stood out, the jury award twice: the Sofitel Frankfurt Opera and the Roomers Baden-Baden.
*Lili’s Bar is almost exclusively decorated with BRABBU Upholstery designs.
Since its repositioning in 2007, Sofitel has become a key player in the luxury segment of the hotel industry. Today, the brand continues to expand in major cities and locations worldwide. Frankfurt was now also selected.
Drawing on the recognized expertise of the designer Nicolas Adnet, Sofitel has created an hospitality project inspired by the French city mansions of the 17th and 18th centuries. All the furniture and facilities of the highest quality were specially designed for the hotel interior design.
Holger Flory from Roomers Baden-Baden and King Tau from the Sofitel Frankfurt Opera were able to receive a trophy in the luxury category. The high-caliber jury was not able to decide on a single winner even after intensive discussions, which is why two winners were selected in a category for the first time in the six-year history of the award.
THE NEW ROOMERS IN BADEN-BADEN, DESIGNED BY PIERO LISSONI.
The new Roomers in Baden-Baden, Designed by Piero Lissoni. Vibrant, modern, artistic experience for its guests.