Established in 1966, Richmond International were selected for our annual list of Top 100 Interior Designers. They are known for designing interiors for some of the biggest luxury hotel chains in the world, in locations that go from London to the Caribbean, earning countless awards in the process. Their design style is authentic, smart and inspiring, combining elements with a sophisticated touch that makes it seem effortless, and as we love their work, we will be presenting you Luxury Hotel Lobby Ideas By Richmond International.
Sandy Lane is the famous Caribbean hideaway established in the 1960s. Rebuilt in 2001 with a design inspired by 18th-century English colonial houses, the luxury hotel lobby exudes fancy and sophistication.
Ended in December 2001, the interior design project includes the entire Hotel and Country Club including, Entrance Lobby, Reception, Spa, 4 Restaurants, 7 Bars, 113 Guestrooms and 22 Suites.
A five-star luxury London hotel with 50 rooms and 23 suites and studios, The Beaumont is grand in style yet intimate and welcoming. Surrounded by prestigious designer stores, Michelin-starred restaurants, and boutique art galleries, the 1920s-inspired luxury hotel lobby was conceived by the renowned restaurateurs behind London’s grand café, The Wolseley.
The Beaumont Hotel recaptures the spirit of old-world luxury, and was featured on the Condé Nast Traveler Hot List and enjoys a collection of impressive awards, including AAA Hotel of the Year and TripAdvisor Traveler’s Choice 2018 Top 25 Luxury Hotels in the World.
Immediately upon entering the entrance luxury hotel lobby of The Beaumont, where mid-century elegance is spiced by iconic pieces and glorious flooring. Complete with its chequered black granite and gold travertine floor and the curved cherry wall there is a sense of quiet, and of history.
The Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace building originally has commissioned in 1904 by London’s Gresham Life Assurance Society and in 2004, the Four Seasons hospitality chain restored to its original splendour and opened as a five-star hotel.
The façade of the Art-Nouveau Gresham Palace has arches and columns, godly statues and stylised floral motifs picked out in turquoise and gold. The luxury hotel lobby has a mosaic of cream stone with a pattern of swirling tendrils in dark green, while its arching glass roof has stained glass panels. The fantastic chandelier, with spiky glass shards like frost-covered leaves, and the peacock – a popular Art-Nouveau muse – adorning the building’s original black-iron gate.
Decorated by Richmond International the former thirteen floors of the landmark structure have been converted into the luxury Langham, Chicago Hotel which has attracted design-lovers from around the world.
Chicago’s IBM Building—a 52-story tower of anodized aluminium and bronze-tinted glass was born of one of the last structures by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.
Elegant, mid-century modern-inspired setting matched by stellar art—a Jaume Plensa sculpture greets you in the luxury hotel lobby— which was designed as a tribute by his architect grandson Dirk Lohan.
Trianon Palace is set along the gardens of the Versailles Palace and it used to be the Royal Castle of Louis XIV, the Roi Soleil. The Trianon Palace Versailles opened its doors the First May of 1910 built by French architect René Sergent from the project of M. Weill Martignan.
The Trianon Palace belongs today to the prestigious Waldorf Astoria Collection of the Hilton hotel group. The hotel is composed of 199 rooms and suites spread over the Historic building and the Pavillon constructed in the 2000s.
The luxury hotel lobby of Trianon sets the tone: a long marble corridor set within a towering white archway is lined with silk green sofas and magnificent glittering chandeliers. The look is fresh yet luxurious, and the huge windows allow a glow of natural sunlight.
We take this chance to take a look at this velvet hotel lounge chair by BRABBU: