These are the most popular interiors from our ‘Hotels & Resorts’ Pinterest board.
The elegantly rustic G-Rough hotel in Rome. The brainchild of friends and business partners Gabriele Salini and Emanuele Garosci — the pair behind Venice’s PalazzinaG — G-Rough hotel celebrates the ‘rough luxe’ aesthetic of Italian design. Each floor of the 10-suite property (a member of the Design Hotels group) is modelled on a renowned Italian designer from the 1930s, ’40s and ’50s, including Giò Ponti, Ico Parisi, Silvio Cavatorta, Paolo Venini, Guglielmo Ulrich, Osvaldo Borsani and Archimede Seguso.
Australia’s newest hotel, Halcyon House has charming Cape Cod inspired interiors by Anna Spiro. Halcyon House retains the former motel’s original structure.
The dining room of the newly refurbished Lanesborough hotel in London. After the Lanesborough closed in December 2013, the heritage-listed Regency building was stripped back and meticulously transformed by Studio Alberto Pinto in collaboration with Reardon Smith Architects.
Ocean views from the rooms at 1 Hotel in South Beach, Miami. A fresh and natural approach to the interiors was taken by Meyer Davis Studio. The use of lightly coloured, reclaimed timbers and a sea inspired colour scheme a change from the typically art-deco style of the Collins Ave luxury hotel strip in Miami.
Built in 1889 and recently renovated to celebrate its heritage, Hotel Jerome is now one of the most prestigious addresses in Aspen.
A junior suite at the newly redesigned The Langham in Sydney. Parisian-style lobby seating features a classic palette of amber, tale, cream and gold. Hand-designed rugs, marble fireplaces, handmade lighting, punchy cushions and art curated by Sotheby’s on the walls. Beautiful conch shells, hard-cover books, vintage mirrors, decorative bowls and vases sit effortlessly together in this area.
Located in a newly restored 19th Century building in the Beyoğlu district of Istanbul, the five floor club includes spaces for meeting and relaxing. One of the bedrooms in Soho House Istanbul’s 19th Century building.
Opened at the end of last year, The Norman is satisfying the style conscious looking for an alternative to the large chain hotels only previously available in Tel Aviv. Interior designer David d’Almada has mixed Israeli art and tiles typical of the city with modern design featuring Scandinavian and mid-century pieces. Bedrooms lead out to beautiful terraces at The Norman in Tel Aviv.
Inside the owner’s cottage at New Zealand’s luxury Huka Lodge.
The spectacular 19th-century building that became Hotel Cotton House, Barcelona. After an intense refurbishment, the Cotton House Hotel in Barcelona has opened on the site of the former headquarters of the Cotton Textile Foundation ‘Fundación Textil Algodonera’.
So these are the most beautiful hotel interiors on Pinterest, are you going on vacations? 🙂