Stunning hotel interiors from around the world

Posted by rachel on July 9

Winter is well and truly here, we may as well embrace the cold! Spending the dark nights tucked up inside looking at beautiful holiday destinations for our next getaway. This inspired us to look at some truly stunning hotel interiors from around the world. We’ve picked our top ten hotel to share and inspire you! 


  1. Moxy Hotel, New York America – Rockwell Group:

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Rockwell Group is a global firm that specialises in a variety of work. From luxury hospitality, culture and healthcare projects to educational, product and set design.

“In every project, we develop and invent a story or a narrative, which means no design decision is arbitrary,” -David Rockwell

A true luxury hotel in Chelsea, New York. The botanic inspired interiors coupled with the warm colour scheme are so welcoming and embue class and a romantic feel day or night. 


  1. La Reserve, Paris France:

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Shades of crimson with gold fixtures and details throughout the hotel create a romantic setting throughout. The interior of each room flows through to the next with patterns and textures. A truly perfect place to escape and relax in the hustle and bustle of France’s capital.


  1. Puro Hotel, Lodz Poland:

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“Fusing elements of retro contemporary with post-industrial chic”

Puro Hotels newest design hotel. Designed to a modern minimalist style creating a welcoming and inviting vibe throughout. The hotel holds a subtle tropical theme with statement flooring and hanging greenery.


  1. The Callie Hotel, Brisbane Australia:

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A feeling of paradise in the centre of one of Australia’s most popular cities! The neutral colours and tones throughout create a sense of tranquillity. The hotel was designed by local architects Richards & Spence who have created a resort like setting within an urban space. Clever design, archways and marble effect floors and walls really bring the rooms together to become a true place of relaxation. 


  1. Paramount House, Sydney Australia:

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This converted warehouse hotel is in Sydney’s ever-evolving vibrant suburb, Surry Hills, known for its stylish design and cafe culture. Fitting in perfectly with its surroundings, “It was about expressing everything that was old — and true and honest and raw — about the existing warehouse.” says Jeremy McLeod, director of Breathe Architecture, who managed the project. 

The exposed brick coupled with the ceiling beams bring a gorgeous amount of character and a rustic feel to the rooms. We have to mention the Japanese style timber bathtubs too – simply stunning!


  1. The Warehouse Hotel, Singapore:


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Designed with every last detail in mind. The Warehouse Hotel is a place of beauty and extravagance. The lobby boasts of a triple height beamed ceiling taking in the warehouses industrial history with machinery inspired hanging lights. The rooms are not ones to forget, their earthy textures coupled with the modern finishes and styling shout luxury and class. 


  1. Arts Et Metiers, Paris France:

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The architect of the hotel’s interiors, designer Raphael Navot chose to create “a balance between innovation and artisanship, choosing to work with the finest raw materials and ushering the timeless tradition of french craftsmanship into the 21st Century.”

The hotel’s finish shouts style and modernism to us. The contemporary finishes and clever use of space within the rooms are so inviting. The lobby area giving us luxury with a hint of tropical.


  1. Soho House, Barcelona Spain:

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Soho House was designed with its location in mind. Think a hint of traditional Spanish with gorgeous rich earthy tones coupled with beautiful patterns and textures. The hotel is a perfect place for a cosy and relaxing getaway in the city’s Gothic Quarter.


  1. Park Hyatt, Bangkok Thailand:

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Sophisticated and sincere. Park Hyatt Bangkok is a “Tranquil Oasis Above Bustling Bangkok”. This dreamy hotel offers elegance and class to the next level. Consisting of multiple bars, restaurants, lobby’s, amenities, and suites. The design offers luxurious sophistication.


  1. Sheraton Grand, London England:

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“Founded in 1927, the Sheraton Grand London Park Lane boasts an art deco interior that invites guests to relish in the hotel’s 1920’s heritage.” We would say it does just that! The exquisite finishes and gorgeous colour schemes set the tone and feel of the hotel as soon as you walk in. The grand exterior is carried throughout the interiors giving a real sense of luxury in every area.