Hotel Lighting can provide unique rooms and add a touch of luxury and modern look to your hotel interior design. They form a crucial aspect of creating an inviting atmosphere but when decorating your hotel interior design your must remember that different spaces need different hotel lighting fixtures.
We think that there is nothing better for your ideas than looking to some of the best luxury hotels where you can check some modern interior design projects inspiration.
Here you can get inspired to give any kind of mood according to the area that you are decorating.
This hotel living area of Kerry Hotel design by Studio N2 with this giant rounded chandelier gives this room an incredible elegance. With round modern chandelier, you can get a cozy ambiance.
This huge bubble hotel lighting that is present in Intercontinental Shangai creates an awesome effect and give an idea of water which is a creative idea.
It’s a restaurant in the Turim Palace Hotel and the suspension lighting makes the most of this amazing dining area.
Alain Ducasse restaurant at the Hotel Plaza Athénée Paris strikes a balance between a neutral color palette and opulent finishes like an oversized crystal chandelier which is completely breathtaking and it’s for sure one of our favorites modern interior design projects.
In Sheraton Bandung Hotel and Towers you can not notice the presence of this stunning chandelier in one of the best luxury hotels. It represents Bandung’s blue skies and clouds. If you want to give to your area a touch of the country where your hotel is located you can do it through paintings or, of course, the hotel lighting.
In the Mira Hong Kong Hotel, this crystal chandelier wants to tell to their client multi-stories. The presence of this amazing hotel lightingwill revolutionize any part of your interior hotel decoration. The best luxury hotels usually put this big pieces in areas like lobbies and restaurants.
These are the best recent hospitality design tips inspired in the chic small living pro tips out of the most fashionable cities around the world. Each hospitality project includes a different case and gives you a promising approach to a solution for overcoming the particular constraints of your space.
Contract furniture against the wall does not guarantee a larger room. On the other hand, breathing room around the furniture leads to the appearance of more space.
Functionality is appreciated everywhere these days. The same goes with restaurant design. Sneak a way that works the best for your project.
You would not know how the magic of thinking big can do it’s charm in the most beneficial ways unless you try it. This is the ultimate way of thinking that makes luxurious interiors open and uncluttered.
There is nothing bad to tell about the classic way which truly is design-friendly, except that it makes luxurious hotels appear smaller. Keep it in mind and better stick with pale white, cream, grays and blues.
A little structure is never a bother in life. Here and only here you can sort your favorite items judging by color and height. A potential disaster is suddenly turned into a display of personality. Voila beautiful interiors!
The best hospitality design magazines are defining trends and styles inspiring the architects, interior design lovers and decorators worldwide. Knowing that, we have made a list of the internationally renowned magazines that you should follow to get in touch with new trends and get inspiration for your new hospitality projects.
International, influential and trendy, Coveted Edition Magazine is the world’s ultimate source for Luxury & Design news. International top designers and opinion leaders share the secrets of their work and have, at the same time, an active voice in Coveted Edition through the expression of different points of view about the Design world. Coveted edition may be found in all the top Design Events worldwide and in the world’s major cities.
Hotelier & Hospitality Design
Hotelier & Hospitality Design Magazine gives you an total understanding about the hotel design news. From recent hotel renovations and openings to award-winning luxury hotels and hotel construction projects, this magazine will guide you to create all your projects.
It’s all about interior design. In Interior Design magazine you can find the best resources for interiors designers and architects and the best features, like real-time design industry events, hospitality projects, innovative new contract furniture and exclusive trends.
Published 10 times a year, Hospitality Design is the premier trade magazine serving the field of hospitality design. As a connector in the industry, Hospitality Design hosts many events throughout the year, including HD Summit, HD Expo, HD Americas, HD Awards, NextGen Forum, Platinum Circle Gala, and CitySCENE.
Contract publishes great contemporary commercial design including hospitality, education, retail and government projects. The magazine produces the Best of NeoCon Awards, the Interiors Awards for built work, and annually honours a Designer of the Year.
Floating and Submarine Hotels Could Be Coming Soon – The next hotel trend is forming quite swimmingly. In the past weeks, two potential resorts have announced plans to create floating and submarine hotels, blowing just about every room with an ocean view out of the water. And following this trend, Hotel Interior Designs wants to show you the Planet Ocean Underwater Hotel, a completely submerged 28 feet under water that received patent and trademark approval. Take a look!
Across the Atlantic, a London designer released his concept for a “floatel” that moves with the ocean’s waves. Coasting along the top of the water, the resort is made up of little pods, channeling an ultra-modern outer-space-turned-marine design, and would move slower than the average boat.
Not only is the submarine hotel a novel concept, it helps the environment, too, and is part of a coral reef restoration project around the world. Costing just less than $20 million to build, the hotel would pass an electric current through seawater, which encourages the formation of white limestone (calcium carbonate) structures, which in turn attract coral.
Technically classed as a vessel, the underwater hotel will be able to change location in case of storm, and its developers have already reached out to a number of Caribbean countries potentially interested in temporarily hosting the unique travel experience. Each guest room will have panoramic views of the surrounding oceanic environment.
The Planet Ocean Underwater Hotel may be closer to coming to fruition, but the floating hotel offers cruise-lovers the best of both worlds. Called the MORPHotel, designer Gianluca Santosuosso expects it will cover a half-mile and will comprise connected pods, each housing different amenities like a helipad, restaurants, guest rooms, and even a pool.
That’s right: a pool floating on top of the world’s largest swimming pool — the ocean. However, one thing is already clear: both of these new resorts give “sleeping with the fishes” a whole new meaning.
Championed by Nobu Hospitality founding partners chef Nobu Matsuhisa, actor Robert De Niro and Hollywood producer Meir Teper, a 321-key Nobu Hotel – designed by Rockwell Group – the Nobu Hotel has opened in the leisure-focused City of Dreams Manila, in the Philippines.
The Nobu Hotel was developed by Melco Crown (Philippines) Resorts Corporation – a subsidiary of the leisure city’s operator Melco Crown Entertainment. International design firm Rockwell Group is responsible for the look and feel of Nobu restaurants throughout the world. Nobu’s culinary empire now spans 36 restaurants in 31 cities and five continents.
The new hotel is situated within the 6.2-hectare (15-acre) City of Dreams Manila at the gateway to Entertainment City. The City of Dreams Manila, which opened in December 2014, features three entertainment venues including the world’s first ‘DreamPlay by DreamWorks’ – an education-based interactive family entertainment center. There is also a live performance central lounge inside a casino and Chaos & Pangaea night clubs at the Fortune Egg – a landmark structure in the Manila Bay area.
In addition to a number of Nobu-inspired culinary experiences, the hotel interior is complemented with Fitness & Spa facility exclusively available for hotel guests. There is also a 23.3m swimming pool at the property.
Article written by Journalist Contributor Joana Reis
Art Basel is home and international art show for modern and contemporary works, making it truly one of the most important design hubs in the world. Do you already know where you will stay? Hotel Interior Design will help you.
Experience the elegance and charm of a historic Grand Hotel. Grand Hotel Les Trois Rois is one of Europe’s oldest city hotels yet offers all the fine facilities expected by today’s discerning guest. The hotel’s privileged position in the center of Basel’s beautiful Old Town and on the banks of the Rhine makes every stay an occasion to remember. Discover 101 rooms and suites, furnished with flair and a passion for detail, in a variety of captivating color schemes. Gain an initial impression of the special ambience which reigns in our Grand Hotel Les Trois Rois.
Traditional hospitality and modern hotel comforts right next to the Basel railway station. You will be enchanted by the unique ambiance of this stylish hotel. Their 107 rooms and suites blend an exclusive Victorian ambiance with all the comforts of modern life, including underground parking in the hotel’s own garage. An unforgettable stay in a unique atmosphere awaits you.
With an enviable location near exciting hotspots like the Theatre Basel opera house and exciting nightlife venues, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Basel affords a luxurious stay in the city’s cultural centre. This Basel hotel offers 206 modern rooms and suites with upscale amenities, including Free high-speed, wireless Internet access, daily newspaper and in-house movies. Savour fine Italian cuisine at the on-site Filini Restaurant and bar and chic cocktails at Oval Bar & Lounge. After a day in the vibrant Swiss city of Basel, hotel guests can recharge at the on-site Pool Inn Club fitness and wellness centre, featuring indoor pool, massage and beauty treatments, and modern gym equipment. Exciting Basel attractions within walking distance include the SBB Central Station, Basel Zoo, Town Hall, Basel Theatre and the concert hall.
The 206 luxury rooms and suites are equipped with first-class amenities like high-speed, wireless Internet access. The exceptional Filini Restaurant and Bar serves delicious Italian dishes in a chic setting. The Oval Bar & Lounge provides a relaxing atmosphere to enjoy international drinks and cocktails. Enjoy indoor pool with sun terrace, sauna and steam bath, along with fitness center.
Discover Switzerland’s many charms at the Hotel Euler, offering a distinctively vibrant brand of hospitality for over 140 years. Combining traditional graciousness with contemporary comfort, this central Basel luxury hotel will captivate the senses with modern interiors, exquisite Mediterranean dining at Restaurant Le Jardin, and a delightful terrace cafe – perfect for observing the city’s bustling daily life. Absorb the area’s thriving culture from this central Basel hotel, set in the heart of the city just opposite the main railway station.
Clerkenwell is home to more creative businesses and architects per square mile than anywhere else on the planet, making it truly one of the most important design hubs in the world. To celebrate this rich and diverse community, CDW has created a showcase of leading UK and international brands and companies presented in a series of showroom events, pop-up exhibitions and special installations that take place across the area. Having just finished it’s 5th year, running 20-22 May 2014, the award-winning* CDW has firmly established itself as the UK’s leading independent design festival and annually attracts the international design community to this small area of London for three days of exciting events. Do you already know where you will stay? Hotel Interior Design will presents you two amazing boutique hotels.
The Rookery is located in the fashionable area of Clerkenwell, between the West End and London’s central business district, known as The City. It is like Soho in the east, with bustling street life and a plethora of fascinating places to eat and drink.
Quietly located a short distance from the Barbican, St Paul’s, Holborn and The Tate Modern, the only remaining early houses in St Peter’s Lane have been repaired and extended to create their delightful small hotel. Inside, the Rookery is all period charm. Polished wood panelling, stone flagged floors, open fires and genuine antique furniture give the place a warm, homely atmosphere – more private club than hotel.
The rooms are traditionally furnished, with panelled walls and mellow old furniture, pictures and rugs. A comfortable room in elegant surroundings: no wonder the Rookery is such a favourite with stage, film and media people from all over the world. The croissants are baked fresh every morning and a delicious breakfast is served to you in your room or in the Conservatory.
Opened in March 2004, The Zetter is the brainchild of fellow restaurateurs Michael Benyan and Mark Sainsbury. Having worked together previously on another Clerkenwell stalwart – the highly acclaimed Moro restaurant – 2001 saw them join forces again to buy an old Victorian warehouse building in the heart of the neighbourhood, and embark upon a massive hotel renovation project.
Named The Zetter, as it was once home to the football pools company of the same name, the newly transformed 59-room boutique hotel and restaurant opened three years’ on to instant acclaim. Praised by The Times, Time Out and Wallpaper* among others, The Zetter was also voted one of the world’s ’50 coolest hotels’ by industry bible Conde Nast Traveller.
May Design Series is the most commercially focused interiors trade event in the UK calendar and includes a handpicked selection of British and international brands from 20+ countries. Running between 17-19 May 2015 at ExCeL London, the 2015 event will be the third edition of the May Design Series. If you’re looking for accommodation for your time visiting May Design Series, Hotel Interior Design will help you.
A magnificent five-star yacht hotel moored in an idyllic marina on Western Europe’s southernmost tip, Sunborn Gibraltar introduces a new concept of luxury to this famously exclusive setting. The 142-metre yacht hotel comprises 189 lavishly appointed rooms together with banqueting suites, bars, cocktail lounge and restaurants, plus tranquil pool, spa and sundeck, offering guests a unique opportunity to enjoy the ultimate indulgent hotel experience. Inside, the yacht provides all the quality and comfort of a top hotel. Suites are light, spacious and luxurious – with views of the Rock, sea and marina – and guest amenities are immaculate. It’s the ideal base from which to explore Gibraltar – the sunny climate, relaxed international atmosphere and picturesque historical location making it a favoured destination for visitors all year round. Guests will discover panoramic vistas from the summit of the Rock, safe beaches, watersports and ancient limestone caves – all within 15 minutes of the hotel.
Situated on a dramatic waterfront location in the rejuvenated Docklands area of London, the Ramada Hotel and Suites London Docklands provides excellent guest care and facilities in a contemporary development.
This 4 star Docklands hotel which is near London City Airport (LCY) and adjacent to the ExCeL Centre and the ICC London, has a stunning waterfront position and offers comfortable accommodation.
The hotel also prides itself on its cusine and the popular Stresa restaurante is always worth a visit, which offers a wide choice of menu. Pre or post dinner why not take a relaxing drink or snack in the Oval bar and with complimentary WIFI you can keep in touch with your family and friends. For those who like to keep fit we also have a Fitness Room with cardio machines.
Ramada Hotel & Suites London Docklands looks forward to welcoming you, where you will be assured of professional, attentive and above all friendly service.
The Metropolitan Police commissioned the build of this venue and the architectural design of the 1940’s gained a RIBA Bronze award in 1946.
The redevelopment was undertaken by the new ownership of Lady Delves Broughton overseen by project managers Rees Mellish, architects Asseal and interior designers LSM Design. Many original features of the building have been maintained and the team incorporated a modern contemporary design achieving Greenwich’s first Boutique Hotel, The Greenwich Hotel London.
From the design colour pallet to the finishing touches, the hotel maintains it’s appeal as you walk in the door and work your way through the Bar, Restaurant, standard bedrooms and reach the 8th & 9th floor “Privilege” bedrooms were you can find stunning views of London and Greenwich through the 2 storey glass roof extension.
The quality of the design and build is further enhanced by the commitment to excellence of their professional management and staff. The team are aware of their surroundings & match the feel and ambience with their talent for customer service and hospitality management.
Aloft London Excel is a select-service hotel that provides a sassy, refreshing, ultra effortless alternative for both the independent business and leisure traveler. Fresh, fun, and fulfilling, Aloft is an experience to be discovered and rediscovered.
Breeze into a hotel that offers more than a comfy bed and enjoy a different travel experience with us in East London. Energy flows and personalities mingle in a setting that combines urban-influenced design, fast & free Wi-Fi and a social scene that’s always abuzz.
This haven from the hustle and bustle of London life offers peace and tranquillity in modern surroundings with cutting edge business facilities and personalised service. Whether you want to hide in one of the cosy alcoves to experience the bar’s extensive wine list or take advantage of the heaters on the al fresco terrace this is the location to encounter your perfect urban hideaway.
Crowne Plaza London Docklands offers 4 star accommodation in one of London’s fastest growing districts and the heart of the 2012 iconic sporting victories. The hotel is just minutes from key event locations such as the ExCeL Exhibition Centre, The O2 Arena and Stratford City.
Corporate travellers will find all they need for business success from 8 modern conference rooms with floor to ceiling windows that boast stunning views of the Royal Docks, The O2 and Canary Wharf through to the 210 bedrooms complete with flat screen televisions, high speed internet and air conditioning.
Fendi Casa Classic Collection introduces another dimension of exclusivity and glamour. Excellence and comfort highlight the sofas crafted traditionally using prized materials and leathers adorned with exclusive buckles, Selleria stitching and embroidery. Since 1989, Fendi Casa has been creating furniture and prestigious design objects that bring the unique Fendi flavour. A pervasive lifestyle project where tradition is never nostalgic and innovation is paramount. The collection contains a large variety of home furnishings, decorative lighting and accessories, all designed and manufactured using the finest materials and exclusive finishes. The production is 90% handcrafted by Italian artisans using traditional techniques in Italy.
Fendi Casa has amazing pieces perfect to decorate a hotel. Here are some projects in Italy and New York.
Dominating Milan’s Piazza della Repubblica, this spectacular landmark building has been the natural home for international travellers and cosmopolitan society since the 1920s. The grand dame hotel showcases a winning combination of Old World luxury and the latest technology, with the city’s famous world-class designer shopping nearby.
Built at the beginning of the last century and set in the heart of a breath-taking park overlooking the Adriatic Sea, the Grand Hotel Rimini is universally considered to be the most prestigious hotel of the Riviera. The location, décor and lavish atmosphere distinguish the Grand Hotel as an ideal destination for an exclusive holiday.
The Be One is the abode of luxury in downtown Florence. Synonymous with elegance, that only an Italian brand can interpret, Be One customers live unique experiences surrounded by art and design. The rooms are unique and original. Furnished with quality parquet floors, and works of contemporary artists, all homes are preciously furnished, thanks to ivory, white or anthracite colours that enhance the guests’ senses.
You should expect nothing less from a luxury hotel in lower Manhattan, situated where SoHo meets Tribeca and the West Village. Where celebrated art galleries, restaurants, boutique shopping and nightlife provide guests a true sense of place. Soaring above it all is the Trump SoHo® New York, 46-stories and 391 rooms worth of fresh perspective. Inspired by the cobblestone streets and the history of the neighborhood, the intimate yet dramatic two-story lobby combines rich and natural design elements that offer contrast reflecting SoHo’s environs.
Recently, the classic luxurious hotel Fairmont Germany had a full decor renovation. All five floors including a total of 156 elegant rooms and luxurious suites, suffered a relook, gaining an exciting new style which combines precious fabrics and international design ideas. BRABBU was one of the brands whose pieces were specified to this project. The design chosen was Nº20 Armchair.
Six fresh and unconventional yet classy and timeless color schemes were defined to the project. Bright, creamy nuances are pleasantly contrasted by accentuating highlight colors in gold, kiwi green, powder blue, carmine and light purple. Every room is different from the other, the same happens with each floor. Every little detail is considered whether regarding decoration or lighting. Details make the difference.
BRABBU’s Nº20 Armchair was picked to the classic hotel luxurious suites. The standard version is fully upholstered in twill with golden polished nails in the back. The ones used in the hotel project have different fabrics and colors and the legs are in wood, not upholstered. All of them have nails in the back, recalling the mid century modern style. It’s a very elegant and cozy armchair that perfectly fits the décor, in harmony with the ambiance’s other elements.
Symbol of knowledge and rebirth, Nº 20 Armchair was raise through a long journey of a total set of 24 prototypes intended to reinterpret the forces of nature. Nº 20 distinguishes itself for its attitude represented in its fabric, a beautiful and standing out blue twill, and structure that embraces us with strength and determination, like Mother Nature.