The least traditional lobby of the lot is Koh Sumui’s W Retreat. It’s a semi-outdoor lobby which circles a lotus pond and overlooks the Gulf of Thailand. Pop art covers the walls inside, while lotus shaped sunken seats surround water features as you step outside. It’s a modern and chic destination to stay with 74 private pool retreats and six restaurants and bars to explore.
While there’s no denying that holidays and travel are one of life’s greatest joys, the design-minded amongst us also get the same excitement out of the places we get to stay at and explore around the world. On that note, we’ve curated our five ‘stand-out’ lobbies from across the globe – from a former palace to a tropical outdoor lobby, take a look…
Positioned just near the Champs-Elysées, Paris’ five star Four Seasons George V hotel is like stepping back in time to a bygone era, complete with 18th century French antiques, original tapestries and bronze sculptures. What’s almost more impressive however is that the hotel spends approximately £1 million per year on flowers, which is one of the reasons the lobby is such an alluring space. Whether you’re a guest in one of the 244 lavishly appointed hotel guest rooms and suites, or simply one of the many visitors who go to see the floral masterpieces in the lobby, you won’t leave disappointed.
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