13 Of The World's Most Stunning Hotel Lobbies.
Some people truly appreciate the finer things in life. They enjoy flying to tropical destinations, trying exotic foods, and staying in the finest hotels in the world. A lot of work, and money, goes into making these hotels the most luxurious places in the world. When you walk into a hotel the first thing you see is the lobby and these hotels want to ensure that the first thing you see sets the ambiance for your entire stay. Check out these breathtaking hotel lobbies from all around the world!
The Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris is known for its stunning art collection.
The hotel's artistic director, Jeff Leatham, creates impressive floral installations every three weeks.12,000 flowers are delivered every week to the luxurious 244 room hotel!
The London EDITION is a boutique hotel that lies in the center of the city's lively Soho district.
The London Edition was designed by hotelier Ian Schrager. The ceilings of the lobby are triple the height of most ceilings, and the silver orb hanging in the center is a piece that is sure to strike up many conversations between people having a cocktail at the bar or enjoying a game of pool.
The world renowned Bellagio Las Vegas was inspired by the Lake Como town of Bellagio in Italy .
The ceiling of the lobby is the centerpiece of this fast-paced hotel. Dale Chihuly created 2,000 hand-blown glass flowers in a rainbow of colors.
Once an old warehouse, the Faena Hotel in Buenos Aires is now a ritzy hotel with 105 rooms.
Designer Philippe Starck had a vision of sultry sophistication when he created the lobby. The floor-to-ceiling drapes and the hall length blood-red carpet gives a feeling of mystery to any person visiting the hotel.
The Mandarin Oriental in New York offers a wonderful bird's eye view of the bustling city.
The lobby, located on the 35th floor, has floor-to-ceiling windows. Giant hand-blown glass flowers of the stunning centerpiece catch the attention of guests as they check in at the reception area.
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