There are certain fashion designers who have such style that you just know interiors by their hand will be glorious. These high-end hotel suites reflect the fashion brands through their design, concept, and choice of materials. Here, 10 hotel suites around the world designed by the figures who rule the fashion world:
Armani Hotel, Dubai and Armani Hotel Milano, Milan
Both Armani hotels share enviable locations – one in Italy’s fashion capital just steps from the famed luxury shopping street of Via Montenapoleone, and one in Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building. Both feature sleek, sophisticated, modern design, with each element chosen by Armani himself for its sculptural, esthetic and sensual qualities.
Round Hill Hotel & Villas by Ralph Lauren, Jamaica
Round Hill Hotel and Villas in Jamaica, all the oceanfront guest rooms and private villas were designed by famous Ralph Lauren. The villas are classy, simple, and luxurious, decorated with furniture from the designer’s Home Collection, the rooms feature cool white color palettes, canopy beds and louvered windows.
Palazzo Versace, Australia
Located in Queensland, Australia, Palazzo Versace is first fashion-branded hotel designed by no other than Donatella Versace. The stylish hotel has a baroque luxury given by its golden details, vaulted ceilings and mosaics.
Grand Piano Suite at Claridge’s, London
Designed by Diane Von Furstenberg, the Grand Piano Suite is just one of the suites she put her signature on. On the topic of the rooms she has designed, she has said, “I wanted to respect the architecture and the formality of the grand hotel room, but at the same time make it relevant to today’s lifestyle.” The rooms do just that, with the vivid furniture providing a bright contrast to the white traditionalism the hotel rooms preserve.
Hotel du Petit Moulin and Hotel le Bellechasse, Paris
Designed by Christian Lacroix, the Hotel Le Bellechasse and Hotel du Petit Moulin are undoubtedly a dedication to the Christian Lacroix label. At Hotel Le Bellechasse the walls feature vividly patterned imagery and the plush fittings and textiles offer an intimate sense of warming comfort. A close walk to the neighbouring French landmarks like the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Notre Dame, St Germain and street markets. At Hotel du Petit Moulin each room is different from the others, some being rustic-chic, others modern and edgy.
Hotel Maison Moschino, Milan
Rossella Jardini, the Creative Director of Moschino, supervised the design project for Maison Moschino in cooperation with Jo Ann Tan. The creativity of the 65 rooms of the Maison Moschino has been inspired by dreams and fairy tales.
Tortuga Bay Resort, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
Oscar de la Renta designed the entire Tortuga Bay Hotel which is a private 15-villa resort in an exclusive community that’s home to many celebrities. The native of the Dominican Republic imbued each room with a relaxed island vibe that’s both comfortable and stylish.
Schlosshotel Im Grunewald Suite, Berlin
This 5-star hotel is the ultimate in interior décor designed by Karl Lagerfield. With traditional influences and warm colour tones throughout, this hotel is a perfect place for beautiful stays in Berlin.
Bulgari Resort, Bali
The Italian Bulgari’s jewelry and luxury goods are famed for their superior quality and distinctive aesthetic, and the Bulgari Resort in Bali is no exception. Other Bulgari-branded hotels can be found in London and Milan.
The Dior Suite, St. Regis New York
If you want to admire some stunning views of New York City and experience the Dior lifestyle, this is the place to go. The suite is decorated in muted shades of greys, creams and purples, with distinctive design details from Dior’s Paris studio.