Distinctive Hotel Lobby Design
No matter what type of hotel, the lobby design can undoubtedly create a deep first impression.
Bold decoration, bright colors, the use of building materials...
A combination of elements sets the tone for the visitor's experience.
The hotel, which won the chain hotel of the Year award in 2018, was designed by renowned designers George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg.
The dramatic 13-meter spiral staircase, which is pure white, rises from the minimalist design of the hall and winds its way up to the aerial veranda as if defying gravity and soaring into the sky.
The textured limestone walls of the lobby extend to a ceiling nearly nine meters high.
Golden solid installs furniture and gray space collocation, form bright contrast, be like the garden of reality and fantasy, let a person cannot help be amazed.
The entrance hall is furnished with modern furniture, including an orange chaise lounge by Japanese designer Shiro Kuramata for Cappellini and works by French designer Pierre Paulin.
The lobby also features a Sheshbesh lounge, named after a Turkish game similar to Pepp-height.
Pawson custom-designed tables as game nods, historically played by Jaffa merchants.
The hotel's designer, John Polson, is good at creating a calm warmth in a raw and precise way, often without much application of color or pattern.
But equally visible is his subtle starting point: accidental decorative forms.
The lounge furniture inside enlivers the lobby and contrasts with the stone walls, giving it a wonderful view of the sun, sand, and stone walls.
The hotel is located on the dynamic Sitges Promenade, an irresistible ideal place to stroll among the palm trees, ride in the sunshine, or enjoy the magic of fashion at night. The lobby is rich in color to create a comfortable sandy environment.
This is a hotel based on industrial style. Black, white, and yellow are the most used colors in the hotel. The classic hard and soft coexistence creativity guides guests to stay or relax here with a cup of coffee and experience the comfortable feeling.
Luxury and gorgeousness is the main theme of this hotel, these decorative materials and furniture are expensive to look at alone, the hotel interior color is very complex, thick warm colors, color blocks are very eye-catching.
The warm and cozy lobby welcomes guests. Next to it stands a booth occupied by adventure coaches, inviting guests to experience the outdoors.
The light shines through a laser-cut opening in the steel at the front desk. On it sat a relief sculpture, set against a woolen blanket hanging on a tapestry.
At Puerto Rico's Beachfront Hotel, furniture blends medieval and postmodern styles and works by local artists offer a true sense of the ocean's imagination.
A decorative chandelier at the top illuminates the reception area, a Sofia Maldonado fresco, and a gleaming terrazzo staircase that evokes a longing for the ocean.
At the ground floor entrance of the intercontinental downtown Los Angeles, a mecca for web celebrity clock shots, three walls are covered in colored finishes, including 86,000 polychrome pieces.
And offers a large number of design benches.
When eternity meets modernity, bringing the epitome of southern California's glitz to Macau, the hotel lobby is the place to showcase this concept.
To pay tribute to the city, the hotel has transformed the 95,000 square foot building into a classic Detroit style with a contemporary feel that combines local cultural characteristics.
Sun descends through a light well’s reclaimed pine slats, into the reception.
Inspired by the agricultural environment, the aesthetic style of the Kool Hotel reflects a rustic, honest nature, raw wood materials, and a sense of exhilaration.
At this Hotel in Peru, the reserved tone relies on the experience of nature.
The natural hut, high ceiling material from the Peruvian Amazon rainforest on the general contractor's own land brought the trunks of the trees to build the pillars for support.
This hotel lobby is designed to achieve sustainable decor, wood and stone, and green walls that are prominent features.
The lobby of this newly opened Detroit hotel features a former department store, classic iron railings on the staircase, new wood-burning fireplaces, and Italian marble fireplaces.
The art is mainly created by Michigan artists and curated by local galleries.