Asia is an incredible continent to visit, and the hotel options you have in several countries have breathtaking lobbies to match. Here’s out list of Asia’s 10 Best Luxury Hotel Lobby Designs.
Four Seasons Toronto
The hotel Four Seasons Toronto is located in the most glamorous shopping and restaurant quarter. And its hotel lobby blends sophistication and design together in one space.
The St Regis Shenzhen, China
The lobby of the St Regis Shenzhen in China is a good example of a fresh concept design with a visionary style and beautiful decorations to match.
Four Seasons Hotel, Guangzhou
From the moment a person enters Four Seasons Hotel in Guangzhou, he or she is greeted with one of the most impressively decorated spaces in the city. An example of modern decoration at its best.
Studio M Hotel, Singapore
The lighting in this hotel may be the first thing you look at in Studio M Hotel in Singapore. The creativity of this hotel’s look is also a positive point!
Considered to be one of the world’s most beautiful hotels, it’s natural that Raffles Singapore’s lobby would have that same fame. It’s a perfect a perfect combination between civilization and culture on one of the most thrilling cities in the whole world.
The Anam Villas, Nha Trang, Vietnam
The Anam Villas feature an open-air lobby which allows guests to have splendid views of Cam Ranh Bay. Truly a Vietnamese paradise.
W Retreat Koh Samui, Thailand
What’s the highlight of W Retreat Koh Samui? One thing we can point out is the indoor-outdoor floating lobby which is a truly breathtaking vision.
Palazzo Versace, Dubai
Palazzo Versace is one of the highlights in a city where there are several luxury hotels. The lobby is one that breathes elegance with an extra touch of the red and gold furnishing around.
ME Dubai Hotel
Right now this hotel is set to be one of the UAE’s most distinctive properties. Just by looking at the centerpiece we can definitely see why!
Hotel ICON, Hong Kong
Hotel Icon has Asia’s largest indoor vertical garden within its lobby. This was designed by French botanist and artist Patrick Blanc, measuring 18 meters in height and covering around 230 square meters.