Led by interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud, the Champalimaud Design is practically synonymous with luxury design. Leading successful award-winning projects around the globe this New York-based studio dedicated to expressing the individual character of each space through extraordinary interior design. Today, Inspirations and Ideas will inspire you with 10 Recent Hotel Interior Design by Champalimaud Design.
1. WALDORF ASTORIA CHENGDU- Chengdu, China
Waldorf Astoria Chengdu is Hilton and Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts 200th hotel in the Asia Pacific. A 52-storey, art deco inspired landmark that weaves classic elegance with modern luxury design, Waldorf Astoria Chengdu offers guests an inspirational environment in the new financial district of Chengdu Hi-Tech Zone.
Guest rooms at the hotel interior design start from a spacious 50 square metres, each elegantly-furnished and featuring the signature Waldorf Astoria bed, a walk-in closet, marble bathrooms with double vanities, and modern entertainment amenities. A personal concierge cabinet at the entryway of each room ensures convenience and allows for discreet service at all times.
2. THE PLAZA- NEW YORK, USA
Opened in 1907, The Plaza, a Fairmont Managed Hotel, overlooking Fifth Avenue and Central Park is the only hotel in New York City to be named a National Historic Landmark. The palatial Royal Suite Three Bedroom is a lavishly appointed, three-bedroom suite with private elevator access, overlooking Fifth Avenue and the legendary Pulitzer Fountain.
Designed by Alexandra Champalimaud, the luxury design of Carnegie Park Suites blend timeless furnishings with contemporary flair. In the living room, a modern rug with a bold floral design anchors the space, while Louis XV chairs upholstered in bright fabric and a dazzling chandelier add some classic elegance. Pocket doors between the living room and bedroom allow guests to separate the spaces, should they so desire. Fresh flowers and modern art evoke the vibe of an Upper East Side pied-à-Terre rather than a hotel interior design.
3. TROUTBECK- NEW YORK, USA
The Amenia, New York, property, which reopened late last year under the Design Hotels portfolio, is an enchanting private estate and country retreat favoured by creative leaders of the day such as Mark Twain, Thurgood Marshall, and Ernest Hemingway.
The walls are graced with interior design artwork by modern-day masters, while historic ephemera fill public spaces and guestrooms bedecked with local custom-made furniture, reclaimed antiques, handmade ceramic table lamps, modernist pieces, and four-poster beds painted a deep crimson red.
4. INN AT PERRY CABIN – MARYLAND, USA
Elegance is evident throughout the restful rooms- light, airy and full of old-world charm. This magnificent resort and spa offer heritage charm beside the Miles River. Inn at Perry Cabin in Maryland, USA dates back to the colonial era and the site was one of the original land grants from the English Crown to the New World. The original Inn, built in 1816 was designed and built by Purser Samuel Hambleton, a War of 1812 Navy veteran and aide-de-camp to Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry. Every room beautifully evokes understated 19th-century elegance. The hotel interior design soaks up the timeless atmosphere with original features and plush furniture.
5. RITZ CARLTON- KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia
The hotel interior design project was driven by interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud that delivered an understated, stylish top-to-toe makeover, as befitting of a Ritz-Carlton. The revamp coincides with some stiff and flash competition in the form of the newly opened 208-room St Regis in KL.
The 364-room, five-star Ritz-Carlton Kuala Lumpur is in the Malaysian capital’s Golden Triangle district and it´s hotel interior design featuring spacious accommodations, a lavish spa and award-winning 5 restaurants cuisine. This luxury design hotel in Malaysia has been a luxurious home away from home for thousands of well-heeled guests from all over the world, including members of royal families, international celebrities, corporate leaders and heads of state.
6. THE LITTLE NELL- COLORADO, USA
In 2017, New York-based interior design firm, Champalimaud Design, refreshed the 52 guest rooms, 26 premium guest rooms, eight junior suites and all guest floor corridors, inspired by an “Authentic Aspen” motif. The design pays tribute to both Aspen’s lively and cultural scene, as well as its dynamic history as a charming silver mining town.
Key features include plush carpet in the guest rooms and corridors, as well as luxurious sensory details ensuite such as navy blue ottomans and plush decorative pillows. New wall coverings behind the colour block headboards are reminiscent of a mid-winter snowstorm or a stand of aspens. Subtle elements of surprise include gilded wallpaper within the gracious closets.
7. THE STAFFORD – LONDON, UK
The New York-based interior design firm, Champalimaud Design oversee the 13-room renovation of the property’s historic Carriage House Suites, which will include a transformation of the current split-level Guv’nor’s Suite into a stylish newly enhanced space.
The hotel interior design has envisioned an eclectic take on the hotel’s British heritage with designs that offer a contemporary twist on traditional English furnishings. Champalimaud also created a two bedroom, multi-level townhouse suite that is bookable as a one bedroom junior suite, a 2 story suite (with dining area) or as the full 3-level townhouse. This private retreat in the middle of London has its own design scheme and will offer all the amenities of home.
8. FOUR SEASONS JAKARTA- JAKARTA, INDONESIA
The interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud, who was inspired by Jakarta’s long history from the Dutch colonial period to its current status as one of the growing metropolitan cities in the world. The interior design firm created the hotel interior design of the new Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta inspired by an idea that reflected the open and social nature of the people in Jakarta.
Soaring high with all its 20 floors, the hotel interior design is not only opulent but has truly redefined the meaning of luxury design. It boasts all the right elements from impressive high ceilings, stunning chandeliers to meticulous details of hand craftsmanship that add a sense of lavishness to the overall design. The public spaces are the calling card of her 125-suite glass-and-steel hotel, which opened this summer on Jalan Gatot Subroto, a major thoroughfare in the central business district, and draws just as many locals as out-of-towners.
9. BEVERLY HILLS HOTEL BUNGALOWS – CALIFORNIA, USA
After celebrating its centenary in 2012, the Beverly Hills Hotel has undergone a comprehensive restoration, helmed by Champalimaud Design. After restoring the lobby, Polo Lounge, and the infamous pool and Cabana Cafe, renovations have begun on the hotel’s legendary bungalows — maintaining their residential style and privacy while also directed towards modernity this is evident with the newly renovated Bungalow 5, which served as Elizabeth Taylor’s honeymoon destination of choice for six of her eight husbands. Champalimaud Design masterfully pays homage to the whimsical references to Elizabeth Taylor’s life, with exquisite floral mosaics and European furniture alluding to her well-known English roots.
The hotel interior design renovation also reveals two new presidential bungalows, soft leather and rich mohair details in subtle shades of taupe, compliment the hotel’s iconic pink and green motifs. All bungalows exude effortless Californian living that is so integral in the hotel’s spirit; marrying antique furnishings with all the latest comforts modern technology can provide, while still feeling like a home away from home.
10. DELTA TORONTO- TORONTO, CANADA
Set in the heart of Toronto’s Southcore financial district, the property features grand spaces with high ceilings, while within the lobby, white oak walls and travertine floors provide a modern feel. Sleek black granite in the lobby’s whisky bar juxtaposes with its plush materials and fabrics.
The contemporary hotel interior design for Delta Toronto. Delta Hotels & Resorts’ 567-room flagship hotel is set to open on November 27th. The interior design firm spearheaded the interiors of the ground-up project, including the lobby, ballroom, meeting rooms, pool, fitness centre, public spaces, and guestrooms, in addition to Canadian whisky bar, Char No. 5.
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