Following a comprehensive overhaul from Le Méridien global director of design Julie Frank and London-based firm Michaelis Boyd, the famed Parisian hotel boldly returns with abstract, midcentury motifs that pay tribute to the City of Light.
More from our December issue on the French capital's robust reinvention.
Evoking simplicity and luxury, the 20-story Conrad Chicago overlooks renowned shopping area, the Magnificent Mile. Paris-based Pierre-Yves Rochon transformed the interiors into a contemporary, stylish oasis, while San Francisco’s Puccini Group were enlisted to design the hotel’s three dining concepts. Mirroring the architectural heritage of Chicago, the property also stands out with a subtle, midcentury modernism.View Photos ›
Perched high above Manhattan, locally based Bill Rooney Studio has delivered a refined, luxurious retreat with the Fifth Avenue suite. The residential-style accommodation draws its character from the city, boasting a polished, art-filled aesthetic.View Photos ›
Part of the 21 movements, ideas, people, and things catching our attention in our December issue, experience-oriented dining concepts from across the globe.View Photos ›
Part of the 21 movements, ideas, people, and things catching our attention in our December issue, groundbreaking tech innovations from across the globe.View Photos ›
Part of the 21 movements, ideas, people, and things catching our attention in our December issue, striking hotel concepts from across the globe.View Photos ›
Part of the 21 movements, ideas, people, and things catching our attention in our December issue, some experience-oriented wellness concepts from across the globe.View Photos ›
Part of the 21 movements, ideas, people, and things catching our attention in our December issue, four dynamic museums from across the country.View Photos ›
Expanding on our December look at some of Paris’ new and newly updated hotels, the crisp, singular designs of three of the city’s eateries demonstrate the luminous style only found in the City of Lights.View Photos ›
Tokyo-based architect Sou Fujimoto debuts his first project in Hong Kong with his eclectic interpretation of the lifestyle concept Potato Head. Crafted in collaboration with Jakarta-based hospitality brand PTT Family, the 8,000 square feet of diverse space—including a restaurant, coffee counter, music lounge, and retail venue—is outfitted with contemporary and traditional influences highlighting Indonesian craftsmanship through a modern lens.View Photos ›
Curated by SIXTY Hotels’ Jason Pomeranc, November’s New Icons issue featured 17 visionaries who are redefining the past, present, and future of their industries. We’ve gathered together more inspirational images of the projects and concepts of a few from that select group.View Photos ›
Housed within a striking 19th century Gothic structure, Soho House has unveiled its latest outpost in Barcelona’s historic Duke of Medinaceli Square. Conceived by Soho House founder Nick Jones, in-house design team managing director Vicky Charles, and European design director James Waterworth, the upscale house channels both old and new European and Catalan principles.View Photos ›
Jason Pomeranc, guest editor of our November issue, names restaurant standouts in three of his favorite citiesView Photos ›
Our October issue showcased inventive restaurant projects, some in unexpected places—from museums to airports. Here are 10 more original dining concepts pushing the envelope.View Photos ›
Nineteen cities, 23 restaurants (and the firms behind them), and an in-depth look at three standouts—here are some of the most deliciously designed new eateriesView Photos ›
City Nights Hospitality enlisted Jeffrey Beers International to design the recently launched Ascent Lounge in New York’s Time Warner Center. Both chic and inviting, the nightlife venue overlooking Columbus Circle and Central Park evokes both sexiness and sophistication..View Photos ›
Betsy Berry, of B. Berry Interiors, merges Austin style with traditional lowcountry aesthetics at pitmaster John Lewis’ latest outpost in Charleston. Her maiden restaurant project, Berry reinterprets the typical barbecue joint with a warm atmosphere and nods to Lewis’ Lone Star state.
Photography by Andrew Cebulka
HBA, led by David T’Kint, partner in the firm’s Dubai office, teamed up with AvroKO, PLP Architecture, Richmond International, and Tihany Design to craft the ultra-luxurious Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah. The stately resort spans 34 stories and 200 guestrooms complete with Middle Eastern-inspired design.View Photos ›
Our September issue celebrates projects outside the hospitality realm that push boundaries and set a new inspirational standard. Here, five more diverse environments demonstrate designers’ outside-the-box thinking.View Photos ›
Thompson Hotels has revamped New York’s historic, nine-story Temple Court Building into the new Beekman hotel. The 287-room property’s upgraded interiors come courtesy of London and New York-based Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, which along with architecture by New York’s Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel, honor the legacy of the 1881 landmark structure while repurposing its aesthetic for the future.View Photos ›
Occupying 25 buildings stretching along two major Amsterdam canals, the redesigned Pulitzer hotel boasts a refreshed aesthetic inspired by the structures’ long history. Jacu Strauss, a former senior designer for Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio, led the endeavor, infusing a historical narrative into the grand fabric of the hotel.View Photos ›
A bayside location for Aman’s second Japanese property
Photography by Sohei Oya for Nacasa & Partners
A Hong Kong firm’s stripped down approach to luxury
Photography by Matteo Carcelli and courtesy of Design Systems
A resort-style hotel in Shenzhen
Photography courtesy of Cheng Chung Design
Highlights from the August 2016 Sketchbook include a swank Silicon Valley hotel, a Puccini Group-designed dining concept, and West Elm's collaboration with SpringHill Suites.View Photos ›
The W Seattle recently unveiled the $18 million makeover to its 415 guestrooms and nine lavish suites from New York-based firm Krause + Sawyer and the W Hotels team. The refresh honors Emerald City’s ageless beauty with a seamlessly omnipresent sense of place.View Photos ›
Projects of those who are shaping our industry
Highlights from the July 2016 Sketchbook include a counterculture-inspired San Francisco hotel from Dawson Design, a boutique Portland hostel, and even an Orange County, California Taco Bell.View Photos ›
A rush of development for the sports and college townView Photos ›
Renowned Danish design studio Space Copenhagen brings its modern interiors to the U.S. with 11 Howard, a New York hotel collaboration with the property’s creative director Anda Andrei and owner Aby Rosen. Located in the city’s SoHo neighborhood, the 221-room hotel embodies Scandinavian minimalism with bespoke furniture and durable, natural materials.View Photos ›
Crafted by iconic Dutch designer Marcel Wanders, the Kameha Grand Zürich hotel redefines extravagance with ornate custom furnishings, decadent Swiss-inspired detailing, and themed suites as part of its 245 guestrooms. Wanders honors the global influence of the city—the birthplace of Dadaism—with an eccentric and regal hotel that’s part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection.View Photos ›
Highlights from the June 2016 Sketchbook include a JOI-designed hotel in Frankfurt and ICRAVE's upcoming club for the Dallas Cowboys.View Photos ›
Passionate, creative, driven: meet seven innovative designers.View Photos ›
A chef’s third outpost channels its Brooklyn birthplaceView Photos ›
A safari lodge in Botswana is one with its surroundingsView Photos ›
A former Barcelona home marries past and presentView Photos ›
A historic building references its rootsView Photos ›
A university building gets new life as Generator’s Amsterdam outpostView Photos ›
A chocolate factory reemerges as a boutique hotelView Photos ›
Soho House reimagines cabin lifeView Photos ›
Richard Meier’s South Korea hotel embraces its environmentView Photos ›
Stonehill & Taylor draws influence from disparate cities for a pair of hotelsView Photos ›
London-based design firm the Gallery brings whimsical motifs and a Dutch flair to the Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol hotel. Principal and creative director Inge Moore discusses the design’s crisp palette and hypnotic atrium.View Photos ›
The Texas capital continues to shineView Photos ›
Post Olympic growth continues in the English cityView Photos ›
Long-term hotels are more stylish than everView Photos ›
Rejuvenating a medieval hamlet with an environmental spinView Photos ›
Thai architectural traditions inform a beachfront estateView Photos ›
Starwood's midcentury modern-inspired brand hits its stride.
New York-based designer Glen Coben creates a two-floor Manhattan eatery honoring the life and homeland of chef Gabriel Kreuther.View Photos ›
Natural materials and a soft palette highlight the serene setting of this AW2-designed 5-Star Cambodian resort.View Photos ›
Located on the Dominican Republic's Playa Grande, Aman's latest Amanera resort conveys an elegant boutique design honoring the island's lush greenery.View Photos ›
View additional images from our May issue interviews with Ace Hotels founder Brad Wilson, hotelier and developer Alan Faena, and Six Senses CEO Neil Jacobs, who spoke with Hospitality Design about their innovative visions, the design process, and taking the guest experience to unprecedented heights.
LTW Designworks, AvroKO, and AFSO craft South Korea's first Four Seasons.
Ashford Castle, one of Western Ireland’s most luxurious hotels, has been home to generations of well-to-do locals, each family adding more resplendent features to the County Mayo manse. Its first stone was laid in 1228 and the most recent addition, a bronze conservatory, was added just last year. Housed in this handsome structure, whose glass walls automatically tint when it’s too bright, is a new spa designed by Toni Tollman and architect Philippe Bonino.View Photos ›
For SIXTY Hotels’ South Beach debut, founder Jason Pomeranc picked a classic: the famed Nautilus, designed in the 1950s by architect Morris Lapidus. The building that Pomeranc says was in quite a state of disrepair, “gave us a real blank slate to work with. Although it’s a restoration, it feels like it's a new project completely,” he says. To complement Miami’s evolving, international clientele, Pomeranc and his team infused a midcentury, eclectic vibe throughout the hotel.View Photos ›
This year’s HD Expo—our 25th anniversary—is chock full of industry-elites offering their expertise in the nearly 30 panels and sessions throughout the three-day event, May 4-6th at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Here’s a look at some of the groundbreaking projects some of these panelists—including Niki Leondakis, Commune Hotels + Resorts; Kristie Goshow, Viceroy Hotel Group; Brad Wilson, Ace Hotel Group; Andrew Katz, Prospect Advisors/Blackstone Group; Larry Traxler, Hilton Worldwide; Adam D. Tihany, Tihany Design; Tony Chi, tonychi; and David Beer, BBG-BBGM, now HOK—have had their hands in.View Photos ›
Nestled at the foot of a dramatic beachfront cliff, the spa at the Ritz-Carlton Bali offers guests an intimate and tranquil retreat. Responding to its unique location, WATG’s design conveys a sense of place through traditional Balinese colors, textures, and materials.View Photos ›
The Iconic Zaha Hadid died Thursday, March 31st at age 65. The prolific architect leaves behind a portfolio of groundbreaking works, emphasizing her outsized vision. Here, we look at a few of those awe-inspiring and original designs, including the Serpentine Sackler Gallery in London.
To craft the interiors of the Buchanan, one of Kimpton Hotels & Restaurant’s newest properties in San Francisco, the company tapped local designer Nicole Hollis to capture the vibrant, culturally rich feel of Japantown, the neighborhood where the hotel is located.
Photography by Laure Joliet.
Longtime friends Daniel Robinson and Brad Wiese, who formed the development company Gentian Group in early 2012, turned the circa-1969 midcentury landmark Home Savings Bank in their hometown of Durham, North Carolina into the Durham Hotel, which is designed by Los Angeles-based design collective Commune.
Photography by Spencer Lowell.
Set on the rim of Israel’s Mount Carmel Ridge overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, Elma Arts Complex Luxury Hotel is located in the former Mivtachim Sanitarium, a circa-1966 Brutalist structure by architect Yaakov Rechter. Together with Tel Aviv-based architecture firm Baranowitz + Kronenberg, and Herzliya, Israel-based designer Lea Mahler, philanthropist and art collector Lily Elstein reimagined the space as a 95-room hotel with an art gallery and two performance halls.View Photos ›
Designed by New York-based Rockwell Group and Andrés Cajiga of Mexico City’s Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos, the Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen joins the numerous hotels lining popular Mamitas Beach on the Riviera Maya. With allusions to the surrounding area, “the architecture reflects a modern, up-to-date Mexico while maintaining deep roots in Mexican culture, enriched over time by other cultures,” says Cajiga.
Private island getaway Kamalame Cay off the Great Barrier Reef in Andros, Bahamas, is a chic hideaway with a two new additions. The property’s owners/designers crafted the Dorado and Indigo Palm villas, each measuring 1,400 square feet and offering an easy charm and island aesthetic. Photography by Michael ParnicciaView Photos ›
French brand Okko Hotels tapped Paris designer Patrick Norguet and local architecture firm By Boucharlat to craft its third location, housed in a late-19th-century Haussmann building overlooking the Rhône River.View Photos ›
New York-based Studio Gaia, wanted to create something local and very Colombian for the W Bogotá, and focused on the legend of El Dorado to bring the 220-room hotel to life.View Photos ›
In our December issue, we explored innovative and trendsetting design. Here are a few more game-changing highlights from outside the industry.View Photos ›
Chicago-based AJ Capital Partners drew inspiration from the University of Mississippi’s (Ole Miss) artistic history and collegiate heritage for the contemporary Southern narrative found within nearby Graduate Oxford, the latest in the company’s line of college town boutique hotels.View Photos ›
A new-build property in Cabo San Lucas, the Cape, a Thompson Hotel offers a decidedly urban experience that Commune Hotels + Resorts’ senior director of design and development Chris Alvarado crafted with Guadalajara-based Arquitectura de Interiores by blending 1960s Mexican-inspired elements with a vibe that nods to Southern California’s skateboard culture.
Photography by Thomas Hart Shelby and Rafael Gamo
Helmed by Spanish chef Ricard Camarena, Habitual is located within Valencia’s nearly 100-year-old Colón Market, whose Gaudí-esqe façade is juxtaposed with the modern restaurant, designed by Barcelona-based Francesc Rifé Studio.
Photography by Fernando Alda
For the Old Clare Hotel, a 62-key boutique property in Sydney’s Chippendale neighborhood, the Unlisted Collection tasked locally based Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects (TZG) with the renovation of the original Clare, a hotel and pub built in 1940, joining it with the former Carlton United Brewery (CUB) administration building next door.
Photography by Chris Court Photography
Following a $50 million revamp, the Hilton Paris Opera reopened this year with interiors by London-based Richmond International, who reinterpreted the landmark 1889 building’s storied past.View Photos ›
Locally based Agence François Champsaur looked to the Eiffel Tower for Hôtel du Ministère’s recent 18-key expansion, which saw the Parisian boutique property add two renovated wings and an adjoining breakfast room.View Photos ›
Newly opened in Ubud, Bali, Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve hotel was crafted with contemporary Balinese interiors by Malaysian studio DESIGNWILKES.View Photos ›
The newest venture from Grupo Habita, Casa Fayette is a 37-room hotel, located in Guadalajara, Mexico’s burgeoning Lafayette district, that comprises an Art Deco-era mansion and a new minimalist structure—both linked by smart, locally inspired interiors designed by Milan-based Dimore Studio with architecture by local firm Estudio 5.
Photography by Undine Pröhl
Salt Hotels’ creative director Kevin O’Shea reimagined a trifecta of Colonial-era buildings in Provincetown, Massachusetts as Eben House, a year-round B&B concept with commodious accommodations and historic flourishes.
Photography by John Caplice
Former image consultant Natalya Pavchinskaya chose the Indonesian island of Bintan for her first hotel, the Sanchaya—a sprawling beachfront property on Lagoi Bay—which Bangkok-based P49 Deesign & Associates conceived as a colonial-style estate with travel-inspired art and artifacts that subtly nod to Southeast Asian heritage.
Photography courtesy of BED Images/The Sanchaya
Following a 2011 purchase by SIMA Hospitality, Solvang, California’s former Petersen Village Inn was repurposed as the Landsby by Santa Monica-based Studio Collective, which aimed to marry the site’s existing Old World Danish charm with a newer Scandinavian aesthetic.
Photography by David Tsay
Newly opened, the Lot La Jolla is a mixed-use lifestyle destination in San Diego collaboratively designed by Irvine, California-based SMS Architects and Los Angeles-based EZEQUIELFARCA architecture and design.View Photos ›
When the Whitney Museum of American Art outgrew its former home on Manhattan’s East Side, the institution looked to Renzo Piano to conceive a new location in the city’s Meatpacking District that includes a new restaurant, Union Square Hospitality Group’s (USHG) Untitled, a modern eatery with an open-kitchen dining experience.
Photography by Daniel Krieger (interior); Ed Lederman and Nic Lehoux (exterior).
Designed by Toronto-based Studio Munge, Lago is a new Las Vegas eatery in the Bellagio that differentiates itself with a visual concept rooted in Futurism—an early 20th century Italian cultural movement that celebrated industrial progress and modernization.
Photography by Evan Dion
Located in Chicago’s Wicker Park neighborhood, Scone City is an artisanal bakery that was once a turn-of-the-century dairy barn before its offbeat conversion by locally based 555 International.
All photography by Eric Kleinberg
The New York office of Wilson Associates transformed Macau Science Center’s conical fifth floor into Le Lapin, a quirky yet sophisticated French restaurant partially inspired by the Chinese zodiac.
All photography by Benoit Florencon
Inspired by its namesake city, I Love Paris is a restaurant at Charles de Gaulle Airport, where locally based architect and designer India Mahdavi referenced aspects of the Parisian Palais-Royal, such as terrazzo-like flooring, while infusing the space with curvaceous and circular forms.
Photography by Derek Hudson
Converted from a former Parisian pub and printing office, Margherita Saint-Germain is a residentially inspired pizza trattoria that was conceived with an artisan aesthetic by interior designer Laura Gonzalez.
All photography by Francis Amiand
Swire Hotels turned to Simon Rawlings, creative director of London-based David Collins Studio, to reimagine a former restaurant in Hong Kong’s Pacific Place mixed-use development as the Continental—a refined all-day dining venue.
All photography by Edmon Leong
Fast-casual dining is on the rise—and more creatively designed than ever. Here’s a look at a few upcoming and recent additions to the fold, located everywhere from Omaha, Nebraska to Beijing to south central China.View Photos ›
The 27th annual Platinum Circle Awards Gala will be held November 10th at the Conrad New York, where HD will honor three new inductees—Gary Dollens of Hyatt, Kemper Hyers of Starwood Capital Group, and Nobu Matsuhisa of Nobu Hospitality—and help celebrate the 50th anniversary of HBA with the HD Visionary Award. Here we present a sampling of the inductees’ recent work.View Photos ›
For Campanile Hotels’ new F&B concept, global creative agency UXUS melded natural and playful elements. The first outpost debuted at the brand’s Villepinte, France property, with more pilot locations to roll out across its Paris hotels, and eventually throughout its properties in Europe.
All photography by Kristen Pelou
In our September issue, we take a look at the hotels of New York—a city with 210 hotels and some 33,875 rooms in the new construction pipeline, according to Lodging Econometrics—to spotlight a sampling of the city’s offerings and trends. This grouping represents some of the latest and greatest—and what’s to come.View Photos ›
Carey Watermark Investors looked to locally based the Gettys Group for the $27 million redesign of the Chicago Renaissance Downtown, featured in our September issue, that included modernized interiors and a reimagined lobby lounge concept.
All photography by Isaac Maiselman
Featured in our September issue, the Graduate Madison is a contemporary college-town hotel. Located near the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the property was revamped by AJ Capital Partners’ chief creative officer Andrew Alford, who juxtaposed natural elements with the city’s cosmopolitan vibe.
All photography by Christian Horan Photography
Located on Wireless Road, where the city’s first radio tower broadcasted during the 1940s and ’50s, Hotel Indigo Bangkok, part of our September issue, features interiors—inspired by the local silk trade with music and radio references—crafted by HBA Singapore’s Sabine Beck.
All photography by Limelight Studio
In our September issue, we featured Commune Hotels + Resorts’ Chicago Athletic Association (CAA)—a landmark 1893 Gothic structure that was restored by New York-based Roman and Williams Buildings and Interiors.
All photography by Alan Shortall, Thomas Hart Shelby, and Clayton Hauk
Excellence Group commissioned Majorca, Spain-based architect Bernat Pascual of Arquitectura Punta to conceive the all-inclusive Finest Playa Mujeres resort located north of downtown Cancun in Punta Sam, which was featured in our September issue.
All photography courtesy of the Excellence Group
Paris-based Thierry Gaugain created a California aesthetic for Mama Shelter Hollywood, the French brand’s first U.S. property—featured in our September issue.
All photography courtesy of Mama Shelter
Located beneath an FDR Drive overpass in Manhattan’s South Street Seaport district, the steel-clad Industry Kitchen from Merchants Hospitality and locally based SHoP Architects was featured in our August issue.
All photography by Paul Johnson and Oleg March
As featured in our August issue, the Press Hotel, a member of Marriott’s Autograph Collection, in Portland, Maine pays homage to the local Press Herald newspaper with interiors crafted by New York-based Stonehill & Taylor.
All photography by Irvine Serrano
Rhode Island’s Newport Marriott gets a total nautical makeover from EoA, as featured in our August issue.
All photography by Isaac Maiselman
Former magazine stylist Vanessa Scoffier, now of Les Nouveaux Decorateurs, is owner and designer of Hotel Henriette Rive Gauche—a vintage-inspired, Parisian property featured in our August issue.
All photography by Hervé Goluza and Julie Ansiau
Featured in our August issue, the Airland Hotel is a Shenzhen seaside resort recently redesigned with a contemporary coastal vibe by Beijing-based BLVD.
All photography by Pedro Pegenaute
Designed by locally based Studio Marco Piva, the Excelsior Hotel Gallia Milan—a part of the Luxury Collection from Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide—juxtaposes traditional Italian design with contemporary elements.View Photos ›
We featured Soho House design director Vicky Charles in our July People issue. Here’s a few more images from the brand’s latest openings, the Soho Farmhouse in Oxfordshire and the Soho House Istanbul.View Photos ›
In our July issue we looked to Beijing—the third largest hotel development market in China according to Lodging Econometrics—to pinpoint some of the populous city’s latest hotel offerings. Here are more photos from the Nuo Hotel Beijing, W Beijing Chang’an, Rosewood Beijing, and Sunrise Kempinski Hotel projects we covered.View Photos ›
Located in Valenica, Spain, Nozomi Sushi Bar was designed as a contemporary interpretation of authentic sushi restaurants by locally based creative consultancy Masquespacio for owners José Miguel Herrera and Nuria Morell.
All photography by David Rodríguez and Carlos Huecas
For its $8 million freshening of San Francisco’s 74-key Warwick Hotel, Amsterdam-based UXUS was charged with acknowledging the building’s history while updating tired palettes and carving out new public spaces.View Photos ›
From our Perspectives section in our May issue, we traveled the world from China to Nicaragua to Costa Rica, and more. Here are more photos from the projects we covered in Sketchbook, Sustainable Studio, and Places.View Photos ›
Designed by New York-based Roman and Williams, Upland serves California-inspired cuisine by chef Justin Smillie and restaurateur Stephen Star.
Located in downtown Durham, North Carolina, the 21c Museum Hotel provides not only lodging but an interactive experience with its in-house art galleries of permanent and special exhibitions open to guests and the general public.View Photos ›
Designed by Jaya Ibrahim, Amandayan is the third Aman property in China, and one that celebrates the style and culture of the ancient city of Lijiang.View Photos ›
In our March/April issue, we looked at luxurious hotels, resorts, and restaurants around the world. Click through for more highlights.View Photos ›
Tongabezi Lodge, located in Victoria Falls, Zambia channels quaint elegance in its five-cottage properties on the Zambezi river bank.View Photos ›
Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills opens Le Salon, the luxury hotel’s first hair salon, with celebrity stylist Angela Kalinowski.View Photos ›
In our Jan/Feb issue, we explored nine under the radar cities that are quickly becoming hospitality hotbeds. Click through for more photos from these growing destinations.View Photos ›
New York-based SPAN Architecture juxtaposes a hotel’s Times Square location with a design inspired by nature and neon.View Photos ›
Designed by Atlanta-based Johnson Studio, the downtown restaurant breaks from the traditional steakhouse aesthetic with an edgy, yet comfortable design.View Photos ›
The American Club in Kohler, Wisconsin was built in 1918 to house immigrant workers of the Kohler Co. and was restored and refurbished as a luxurious hotel in 1981. Today, the 241-room resort, which houses the 55-room Carriage House annex, maintains its AAA Five Diamond status in part due to innovative designs by Kohler.View Photos ›
In a historic San Diego building, local restaurateur and designer Arsalun Tafazoli’s dual-concept restaurants contrast the classic character of a Jewish delicatessen with a nature-inspired rooftop bar.View Photos ›
Designer Cindy Dzurita of Manalapan, New Jersey-based CD Interiors blends eight private villas into the coastline on Anguilla’s Crocus Bay.View Photos ›
In our December Sketchbook section, we highlighted several art-inspired hospitality projects—and saved some of the best images for last.View Photos ›
Joseph Wong Design Associates designs the first Hyatt eco-resort in China by connecting to nature and traditional Chinese architecture.View Photos ›
Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum marks the hotel group’s entry into Turkey. Located on a waterfront site on the edge of Cennet Koyu (Paradise Bay), the resort offers panoramic views of the Aegean Sea. Designed by Antonio Citterio of Patricia Viel Interiors, the 109-room property, including two presidential villas, is built as a series of levels nestled into the hillside.View Photos ›
The Soho House brand recently expanded to Chicago with the opening of a location in the city’s Fulton Market meatpacking district. The six-story, 40 room hotel and private members’ club is housed in a building that dates back to 1907. Click through for more images of the property, which was featured in our November Sketchbook section.View Photos ›
Located below the Joule Dallas, this soulful lounge and bar draws from blues and rock ’n’ roll in a design by Los Angeles-based TenOverSix.View Photos ›
In refreshing this San Francisco spa, locally based Jeffers Design Group took a cue from French boutiques for a California-clean-meets-Parisian-chic appeal.View Photos ›
Inside the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa, EDG Interior Architecture + Design melds rustic and refined in a California-inspired restaurant.View Photos ›
A special feature in our September issue focused on innovative and hospitality-driven educational spaces from a wide range of design firms. Here are more images of those thought-provoking spaces, as well as a few extra educational goodies we’ve come across since.View Photos ›
Stonehill & Taylor draws from the design of New York’s NoMad Hotel in its French-inspired bar.View Photos ›
The Barrel House Tavern in Sausalito, California, was the winner in the Casual/Quickserve Restaurant category at the 10th annual HD Awards. The restaurant was designed by San Francisco-based CCS Architecture.View Photos ›
The Musket Room, located in New York, was the winner of the Upscale Restaurant category at the 10th annual HD Awards. Designed by London-based Alexander Waterworth Interiors with architecture by New York-based Shadow Architects, the restaurant’s design reflects the New Zealand chef’s roots, where muskets played an integral part in the country’s history.View Photos ›
A 16th century brewing site comes alive in a Scottish bar and restaurant.View Photos ›
In our August issue, we highlighted three midscale Marriott projects in three different locations, all designed by the same firm—Portland, Oregon-based SERA—and all with strict budgetary requirements and a creative vision to “add a little distinction and sense of place,” says Lisa Zangerle, a principal at the firm.View Photos ›
We’re getting excited for HD Americas, coming up September 16-17th in Miami Beach—so much so that we highlighted several projects in the Latin America and Caribbean region in our August issue. Here are a few more project images that exemplify why this is one of the most popular regions in the world.View Photos ›
Designed by San Francisco-based BraytonHughes Design Studios, Fairmont Nanjing in China draws from its angular exterior and local plum trees for a moody vibe.View Photos ›
HD Americas conference sessions will cover a variety of issues in Latin America and the Caribbean discussed by industry stalwarts from Gulla Jonsdottir, Paul Duesing, Will Meyer, Malcolm Berg, Mitch Parker, Meg Sharpe, and many more. Here’s a look at the properties that will be discussed from the visionaries behind them.View Photos ›
In our July People issue, we profiled 17 hospitality visionaries as they continue to carve new paths through family ties, design, development, and other groundbreaking roles. Here’s a deeper look at some of their innovative projects.View Photos ›
The 114-year-old Grand Hotel Tremezzo in Tremezzo, Italy, reflects Lake Como in its refreshed Lake View rooms and the historic Suite Aurelia. The renovation was conceptualized by the owners, the De Santis family, in collaboration with locally-based Venelli Kramer Architecture.View Photos ›
Jeffrey Beers International interprets chef Daniel Bouloud’s love of classic French brasseries in a new restaurant at the Venetian Las Vegas.View Photos ›
Hidden in a bank’s basement vault, Joyce Wang’s design for Mott 32 restaurant clues into Hong Kong’s social and political history.View Photos ›
Projects are in the works. Check out destinations around the world.View Photos ›