Whether the requirements are luxury hotels, there must be involvement of interior design. Interior atmosphere is crucial for the image of your hotel! If you want to impress your customer, you must emphasize the refinement, singularity and creativity of your interior design!
I have a pleasure to present you five of the most prominent hotel projects, designed by Kelly Wearstler, Pierre Yves Rochon, Alberto Pinto, Hirsch Bedner and Yabu Pushelberg.
Hotels are one of the oldest symbols of luxury, so much so that Coco Chanel famously chose The Paris Ritz as her home for over thirty years. In the accessible age of luxury e-commerce and iPad applications, hotels have survived and prospered in remaining truly exclusive experiences, the quintessential definition of luxury.
Which of these outstanding projects do you prefer?
The Tides South Beach by Kelly Wearstler
Hailed as one of Miami Beach’s first luxury boutique hotels, the historic Tides South Beach unveiled a fresh face and refined look in Summer 2008 when Kelly Wearstler completed her re-design. The Tides’ new look was inspired by its Art Deco roots and streamlined architecture, but infused with a fresh perspective.
The Peninsula Shanghai by Pierre Yves Rochon
Steps away from the Bund, Pudong and the Huangpu River, the hotel’s 235 guestrooms and suites are reminiscent of a time when Shanghai was known as “Paris of the East” joining Art Deco styles with traditional Chinese elements. Rich colors and hand crafted details bring to life the hotels restaurants and bars.
The Palm Beach in the Canary Islands by Alberto Pinto
Borrowing from various cultural influences from his earliest childhood, Alberto Pinto, an inescapable actor of interior design, has built his works on the interbreeding and mixture of genders from more than baroque to less than bare. The Palm Beach in the Canary Islands is one of his projects.
The ESPA at The Europe Hotel by Hirsch Bedner Associates
The striking redesign of this resort hotel and spa embodies the overall design aesthetic of natural luxury as it overlooks Killarney’s majestic Loch Lein. The magnificent ESPA at Hotel Europe is one of Ireland’s largest spa facilities. Upon arrival to the spa, guests are visually engaged with a centuries-old Irish pattern, cut out from paper-thin bronze sheets suspended from the ceiling.
The Hazelton Toronto by Yabu Pushelberg
In recent years, Toronto’s Yorkville area has turned into the city’s most stylish district, with fabulous shopping and dining, as well as the acclaimed Royal Ontario Museum. The buzzing neighborhood provides the backdrop for the Hazleton, a design-focused property that is a major social hub. Designed by the cutting-edge Yabu Pushelberg firm, the interiors are sleek and confident, with elegant materials such as green granite, polished wood and silver velvet. Guest rooms are spacious and boast French doors and custom furnishings.