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Sleep 2013 - European Hotel Design Awards
Aug
27
Sleep 2013 – European Hotel Design Awards


The finalists have been announced for the European Hotel Design Awards!

"Shortlisted entries in 13 categories, including best architecture of a hotel and best interior design of lobby, lounge and public areas, bedroom and bathroom and leisure facilities, are now in the hands of the expert judges and will be announced at the awards ceremony on Tuesday 19 November."

Shortlisted entries in 13 categories, including best architecture of a hotel and best interior design of lobby, lounge and public areas, bedroom and bathroom and leisure facilities, are now in the hands of the expert judges and will be announced at the awards ceremony on Tuesday 19 November, at the Sleep Event.

On this first part of the post, we will present the list of hotels nominated for Architecture of the Year. Keep an eye out for the second part, which will cover the nominated hotels for Interior Design of the Year!

Architecture of the Year

Conversion and/or Extension of an Existing Hotel Building

The Ampersand Hotel, London, United Kingdom

Ushuaia Beach Hotel, Ibiza, Spain (picture)

"Shortlisted entries in 13 categories, including best architecture of a hotel and best interior design of lobby, lounge and public areas, bedroom and bathroom and leisure facilities, are now in the hands of the expert judges and will be announced at the awards ceremony on Tuesday 19 November."

 

Hotel Panorama, South Tyrol, Italy

Hilton London Metropole Phase 1, London, United Kingdom (picture)

"Shortlisted entries in 13 categories, including best architecture of a hotel and best interior design of lobby, lounge and public areas, bedroom and bathroom and leisure facilities, are now in the hands of the expert judges and will be announced at the awards ceremony on Tuesday 19 November."

 

The Great Northern Hotel, London, United Kingdom

 

Conversion of an Existing Non-Hotel Building to Hotel Use

Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht, The Netherlands (picture)

"Shortlisted entries in 13 categories, including best architecture of a hotel and best interior design of lobby, lounge and public areas, bedroom and bathroom and leisure facilities, are now in the hands of the expert judges and will be announced at the awards ceremony on Tuesday 19 November."

 

URBANAUTS Street Lofts, Vienna, Austria

InterContinental Marseille – Hotel Dieu, Marseille, France (picture)

"Shortlisted entries in 13 categories, including best architecture of a hotel and best interior design of lobby, lounge and public areas, bedroom and bathroom and leisure facilities, are now in the hands of the expert judges and will be announced at the awards ceremony on Tuesday 19 November."

"Shortlisted entries in 13 categories, including best architecture of a hotel and best interior design of lobby, lounge and public areas, bedroom and bathroom and leisure facilities, are now in the hands of the expert judges and will be announced at the awards ceremony on Tuesday 19 November."

 

Speicher 7, Mannheim, Germany

Ion Luxury Adventure Hotel, Nesjavellir Selfoss, Iceland (picture)

"Shortlisted entries in 13 categories, including best architecture of a hotel and best interior design of lobby, lounge and public areas, bedroom and bathroom and leisure facilities, are now in the hands of the expert judges and will be announced at the awards ceremony on Tuesday 19 November."

"Shortlisted entries in 13 categories, including best architecture of a hotel and best interior design of lobby, lounge and public areas, bedroom and bathroom and leisure facilities, are now in the hands of the expert judges and will be announced at the awards ceremony on Tuesday 19 November."

 

Newbuild Hotel

Brimstone at Langdale, Cumbria, United Kingdom

Bulgari Hotel & Residences London, United Kingdom (picture)

"Shortlisted entries in 13 categories, including best architecture of a hotel and best interior design of lobby, lounge and public areas, bedroom and bathroom and leisure facilities, are now in the hands of the expert judges and will be announced at the awards ceremony on Tuesday 19 November."

 

citizenM Hotel Bankside London, United Kingdom

ME London Hotel, United Kingdom

Clarion Hotel & Congress, Trondheim, Norway (picture)

"Shortlisted entries in 13 categories, including best architecture of a hotel and best interior design of lobby, lounge and public areas, bedroom and bathroom and leisure facilities, are now in the hands of the expert judges and will be announced at the awards ceremony on Tuesday 19 November."

 

On a next post, we will present the nominees for Interior Design of the Year. Can’t wait to find out who takes the prize, but withouth no doubt, these are marking references for design and architecture in 2013.

 

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