Luxury hospitality brands are well placed to deliver the experiences that their client seems to crave each day more. For this crave travellers the good news is there are more high-end hotels around the world than ever before and the luxury hotel brands are in the epicentres of the hospitality building boom.
Each of these brands has recognized the opportunity hospitality provides for creating unique brand experiences. Today, Design Contract will show you the most coveted luxury hotel brands with projects currently underway.
Four Seasons Canalejas
Toronto-based luxury hotel brands Four Seasons is a great example of a luxury hospitality brands that put so much time in over the years developing very detailed standards, practices and training that it has been able to grow fairly quickly while retaining its reputation for excellence.
The Spanish capital is Europe’s strongest performing luxury hotels market, with prices rising by more than 10 per cent last year. Up to date with this market trendy Centro Canalejas Madrid will be home to Spain’s first hotel by prestigious Canadian luxury hotel brands, Four Seasons, and one of the most exclusive high-end hotels in Europe. The five-star service and 200 luxurious guest rooms in the heart of the city are set to transform Madrid.
Sheltered within the hotel are 22 ultra-luxe residences with elegant, contemporary interiors, striking period surroundings and on-tap access to all the famed Four Seasons services. La Galería de Canalejas presents an innovative space in which luxury hospitality brands meet a unique environment with the most exquisite high-end hotels. The prestigious space in the city centre will be home to 45 of the very best international and national fashion, jewellery, accessories and perfume boutiques, and also will housed premium gastronomy area offering the best of Spanish cuisine.
Palazzo Versace Macau
The fashion house and luxury hotel brands will open the first Palazzo Versace in Asia until the end of 2018. There are only two other Palazzo Versace hotels in the world – one in the idyllic Goldcoast, in sunny Queensland, Australia, and the other in Dubai. The luxury hotels are renowned for their luxurious amenities and services, such as award-winning restaurants, sumptuous spas, and gorgeous rooms, and already is undoubtedly a hit with well-heeled tourists who frequent Macau.
Grand Lisboa Palace, will comprise 1,400 rooms across three 20-storey hotel towers. The resort housed three hotel towers, two of which designed by top fashion designers Karl Lagerfeld – the creative director of Chanel and Fendi, and one of the most recognised designers in the world – work with Donatella Versace to enhance the emotional experience that can only be provided by a global fashion house.
This is the first time that Lagerfeld and his team have designed an entire luxury hotel. The Karl Lagerfeld Hotel comprise up to 290 guest rooms and suites in a 20-storey exclusive tower as part of Grand Lisboa Palace. Among its features an enormous sculpture of Lagerfeld’s pet cat ‘Choupette’ at the entrance, while Lagerfeld’s own silhouette graces the room keys.
Versace will provide the stylistic and artistic direction including the interiors, furnishings and amenities for the project. Lagerfeld and Versace are among a growing list of designers and luxury hotel brands to have branched out into hotels, one that includes such names as Giorgio Armani, Bulgari, Ralph Lauren and Baccarat.
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