DLR Group is an integrated design firm with offices around the globe housing specialized design expertise with many hotel interior design projects. DLR Group is an early adopter of the Architecture 2030 Challenge and a passionate advocate for sustainable design. Now, Inspirations and Ideas bring the 10 latest hotel interior design by DLR Group to inspire you.
1. Hotel Kabuki- San Francisco, CA
Once known as the Miyako Hotel, this amazing hotel interior design example is centrally located in the area known as the Japantown of San Francisco, CA. The original 15-story tower and 3-story annexe were built in 1964, and have since gone through multiple expansions and major renovations, during which time the Hotel’s aesthetics had begun to depart from its cultural and historical significance, until the conversion of the Miyako Hotel to Hotel Kabuki, which revitalized the neighbourhood. DLR Group|Kwan Henmi’s hotel interior design for the most recent renovation of the fitness center, lobby, and tower and annex guest rooms all aim to preserve this unique blend of culture that’s comprised of Eastern and Western influences, maintaining its historical presence in the context of Japantown while also highlighting the cross-cultural style through cosmetic renovation and upgrades.
2. AC Hotel San Francisco Oyster Point- San Francisco, CA
Completed in 2017, South San Francisco’s unique topography is a key feature and alluring element for this new AC Hotel. DLR Group’s hotel interior design embodies an unparalleled departure from the everyday hotel experience while still being specific to the AC brand – defined by a high-style environment and European sophistication. The exterior of the hotel resembles the brilliance of an oyster shell with a large open courtyard allowing natural light to flow. Looking to create a delightful escape from the mundane, the design brings the peaceful coast environment indoors, employing elements of the bay such as colours and textures associated with pearls, calm shells, and the ocean.
3. AC Hotel Raleigh North Hills- Raleigh, NC
DLR Group designers collaborated with Marriott to create a truly local experience while delivering the high-style, European sophistication that defines the AC brand. The hotel interior design project features a unique sky lobby and amenity floor at the top of the building as its focal point. A dynamic architectural projection engages guests from the entry, running vertically along with a glass elevator, and out to the trellised rooftop deck. The open plan of the amenity floor offers panoramic views of this urban mixed-use setting.
4. LoDo Denver Boutique Hotel- Denver, CO
DLR Group’s hotel interior design increases the vitality of the neighbourhood environment through sensitivity to the historical context of the site. The building’s lower floors respond to the historic buildings style, scale and proportion. The building’s upper floors architecture style is clean and contemporary — it responds to a contemporary context while taking some influence from the surrounding historic building. It utilizes a straightforward palette of materials to break up density — including stone, masonry, limited use of plaster, steel, galvanized and painted metal accents and an extensive amount of glazing at the street frontage.
5. AC Hotel Spartanburg- Spartanburg, SC
DLR Group’s hotel interior design offers a modern interpretation of the classic, high-style that has become a stable of this brand. This interior approach makes the property unique as the first AC Hotels by Marriott in the United States to embrace classic architectural styling and juxtapose the modern interior, as AC Hotels by Marriott are done in Europe. A main staple in the interior design is artwork from the Black Mountain Movement that took place in North Carolina at Black Mountain College from 1933 to 1957. The collection going into the AC Hotel Spartanburg is museum-quality artwork and is closely connected to that region.
6. AC Hotel Westport- Kansas City, MO
Completed in 2015, this rebranded hotel brings together a unique neighbourhood and the AC Hotels by Marriott brand to attract the modern, urban guests who visit this area well known for its nightlife. The former Q Hotel & Spa was originally built in 1986 as an independent hotel in the historic Westport District. DLR Group’s design team worked closely with the developer and the Marriott transformed the dated building into a franchised AC Hotels by Marriott. The public spaces and guest rooms of the hotel interior design bring the high-style environment and European sophistication that the AC Hotels by Marriott brand was founded on. Simple, clean and crisp aesthetics are found throughout the hotel and appeal to the design-conscious guests.
7. The Elizabeth, Marriott Autograph Collection- Fort Collins, CO
The hotel interior design of The Elizabeth, Marriott Autograph Collection, sought to evoke a light and airy ambience, accentuated with handcrafted details in furnishings and mouldings, juxtaposed by raw and aged wood. DLR Group’s design uses an abundance of neutral tones in painted mouldings, unapologetic filigree, and rich ornamentation on walls, amplified when their shadows further reveal their depth in the daylight. The lobby is punctuated with colours of blue, aubergine and peach inspired by peonies and spring willow branch buds.
8. Canopy by Hilton Minneapolis Mill District- Minneapolis, MN
DLR Group is currently designing the new Canopy by Hilton Minneapolis Mill District in the historic Advance Thresher/Emerson-Newton building. Built-in 1900 and 1904, the Advance Thresher building has been on the National Historic Register since 1977. Originally designed by Kees and Colburn, this hotel interior design project is an excellent example of the influence of Chicago architect Louis Sullivan on large-scale commercial/industrial buildings in Minneapolis at the turn of the century. The exterior combines brick and beautiful terra-cotta detailing with a broad projecting metal cornice. The interior consists of heavy timber construction with soaring atriums that are filled with natural daylight.
9. JW Marriott at Mall of America- Minneapolis, MN
This luxury hotel is another great hotel interior design project that features elegantly curated experiences, stripping away the unnecessary to reveal this exceptional hospitality design. The exterior of the building is composed of elegant Swisspearl panels with punched window openings juxtaposed with a beautiful curtain wall facade. The hotel interior design, which is carefully tailored to express the elements from within, welcomes guests with a striking glass Porte cochere set against a backdrop of stainless steel shingles that have a gentle enveloping curve.
10. Overland Park Sheraton Hotel & Convention Cntr.- Overland Park, KS
DLR Group’s hotel interior design create individual identifies for both the headquarters hotel and the convention centre but creatively fuses them into an integrated, destination complex with two levels of pedestrian walkways and a shared courtyard connecting guests, visitors, and exhibitors. Within the hotel, inviting, contemporary architecture coupled with bold and dramatic interiors exudes quality, elegance and a sense of place representative of the local and regional pride. This pride also shows through in the many amenities that Sheraton offers its guests.
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