The Rossana Orlandi Srl is launching and promoting the first edition of the contest Ro Plastic Prize. This contest’s main goal aims to be a challenge for young designers to find new ways to transform, re-design and re-use plastic in the creation of new concepts in five categories. This contest is […]
Italy is an example of a country which as some of the best and luxurious hotels in Europe. Check out some of this country’s top 10 best luxury lobby designs with the best of the Italian style.
This is a hotel which radiates the best of Milanese luxury. The lobby may look simple at first, but details such as the chandelier arrangement are sure to captivate any coming guest.
This hotel is a reflection of Milan’s history. Its lobby, however, couldn’t be more modern with bright and neutral colors transmitting a welcoming sensation.
Mandarin Oriental’s design concept fuses the design which defines Milan with a timeless Oriental luxury. The lobby, however, is an example of elegant luxury nicely balancing neutral and black colors.
The Four Seasons Hotel is alluding to the past centuries of Milan city. The lobby has a warm illumination making it a warming welcome for the guests or simply to anyone peeking in for a visit.
This is one of the references when it comes to luxury hotels in Milan and it shows even in the lobby. The interior design is made with black marble from Zimbabwe or stone from Vicenza and Afyon, followed up with furniture designed by the design studio Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel. Truly a luxurious wonder to look at.
With over 150 years of history, and also known as the mansion where Giuseppe Verdi wrote “Othello” and “The Falstaff”, the Grand Hotel Et de Milan has a welcoming lobby with classical wooden furniture and a curious looking statue on the door inside the hotel.
You just need to see the glinting bronze sheet wrapping the façade of the DuoMo Hotel in Italy’s Rimini. This is but a sample of the incredible design that awaits guests inside.
Hotel Eden has to its advantage a classic marble- and gold-accented interior. This lobby is an example of a modern spin on a traditional Roman design style.