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    Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi adds new tented jungle villas

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    The hotel’s safari-style Tented Jungle Villas, designed by Bushtec Safari are a unique alternative to over-water accommodation…   With the trend for experiential travel continuing to evolve, luxury travellers are adapting a ‘carpe diem’ mindset, pursuing adventures that allow them to traverse the world in style. Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi has announced the launch of […]

    Four Seasons Hotel Montreal incoming this spring

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    Architects Lemay and Sid Lee Architecture and interior design firms Gilles & Boissier and Atelier Zébulon Perron will complete Four Seasons Hotel Montreal this spring… Heralding the city’s world renowned festival season and the biggest sporting event in Canada, the all-new Four Seasons Hotel Montreal has announced that it is confirming reservations for arrivals beginning June 1, 2019. “We are so […]

    FIRST LOOK: Savoy Palace unveils design concept

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    Ahead of its highly anticipated opening this summer, Savoy Palace in Funchal has unveiled the first glimpse of its interior design concept…  Savoy Palace, Funchal, which will be refurbished and redesigned paying tribute to the island’s traditional art and culture, has unveiled the first glimpse of the new hotel. Refurbished in homage to Madeira’s traditional […]

    Make hotels more instagrammable with UNILIN

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    A recent British survey suggests that more than 40 per cent of millennials choose their holiday destination based on its Instragammability, so what can you do to make hotel interiors more instagrammable? UNILIN explains… To find out, UNILIN, division panels, makers of Evola decorative panels have turned to Kel Wouters of So Buzzy, a social […]

    FINAL CALL FOR ENTRIES: 30 Under 30

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    The deadline for entries for Hotel Designs’ 30 Under 30 initiative is tomorrow… Time is running out for interior designers, architects and hoteliers to submit their entries for the 30 Under 30 list that will be unveiled at Meet Up London: 30 Under 30. Styled by Minotti London and hosted at the luxury furniture company’s luxury showroom, […]

    Final call for entries: Shaw Contract Design Awards 2019

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    The deadline for entries is March 1, 2019… A global programme, the Shaw Contract Design Awards recognise the creative vision of the architects and designers who inspire new ways of living, working, learning and healing. The Awards place a spotlight on a diverse range of talents from across the globe, celebrating design in action and […]

    From Concept to Completion: Restoring a 19th-century house to create Plaza 18 (part two)

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    In the second article in the series, From Concept to Completion, we delve deeper into the design story of Plaza 18. Interior designer Nicky Dobree speaks to editor Hamish Kilburn on the final stages of the journey to complete her first hotel… In part two of our From Concept to Completion series, where we are […]

    Top stories of the week: futuristic hotel reviews, amazing architecture and rounding up MAISON&OBJET

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    In the same week that the Surface Design Show opened in London and Dubai welcomes a new stylish neighbour (W Dubai – The Palm), Hotel Designs asked the former presenter of The Gadget Show, Jason Bradbury, to review a hotel 30 years in the future. Here are the top five stories of the week, as selected […]

    Technology expert Jason Bradbury reviews Eccleston Square Hotel in the future

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    Healing heating, holographic entertainment and a toilet that tells you your food printer what snacks to make, technology expert and futurist Jason Bradbury spent a night future gazing in the technologically enhanced 19th Century luxury of Eccleston Square Hotel, London… We’re living back to front. As technology marches inexorably forward, gaining speed at an exponential rate, […]

    Editor checks in: January ’19

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    When two trendy worlds collide in January… Excitement and optimism are both thick in the January air. My train carriage on the Eurostar is full to the brim of creative people. Half the passengers on board are interior designers on their way, like me, to Maison&Objet. The other half are fashionistas, bloggers and journalists preparing […]