These 17 hotel lobbies are arguably some of the most majestic in the world

Author: Clark Tos
2022-09-17 17:49:02

If you have the chance to travel, you probably know that certain hotels, and in particular their lobbies, can be particularly grandiose. Through this article, you will discover some of the most sumptuous on the planet.

Credit : ME Dubai / Faena Hotel Miami Beach

The first impression counts! And this is obviously the case in the hotels . When you enter one of them, the first part you have the opportunity to observe is the hall, where the reception is located. Thus during check-in, travelers often take the opportunity to take in the view by admiring the architectural and decorative prowess they have before their eyes, which definitely launches the stay.

Stepping into a perfectly designed space filled with spectacular artwork, greenery, or design is a good sign that you're about to have an amazing stay, and you haven't even taken possession of your room yet. . From Paris to Los Angeles via Hong Kong or Dubai, you will see that the architects and the decorators do not lack imagination to make us dream.

Here are the most beautiful hotel lobbies in the world:

1. Hyatt Regency (Cleveland, USA)

Credit: Hyatt

2. Aman (Tokyo, Japan)

Credit: Aman Tokyo

3. The Breakers (PalmBeach, USA)

Crédit : The Breakers Palm Beach

4. The Line (Washington DC, USA)

Credit: Gary Williams

5. The Peninsula (Paris, France)

Credit: The Peninsula Paris

6. The Venetian Resort (Las Vegas, States-Unis)

Credit: The Venetian

7. Four Seasons (Toronto, Canada)

Credit: Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts

8. Radisson Collection (Berlin, Germany)

Credit: Radisson Hotels

9. Hotel Icon (Hong Kong, Chine)

Credit: Hotel Icon

10. Faena Hotel (Miami, USA)

Credit: Faena Hotel Miami Beach

11. The Langham (Jakarta, Indonesia)

Crédit : The Langham Hotels & Resorts

12. ME, Dubai

Credit: ME Dubai

13. The Reverie (Ho Chi Minh Ville, Vietnam)

Credit: Matthew Shaw

14. The Beekman (New York, USA)

Credit: The Beekman

15. Sofitel (Singapore, Singapore)

Crédit : Masano Kawana

16. W Hotel (Osaka, Japan)

Credit: W Hotels & Resorts

17. Mandarin Oriental (Shanghai, Chine)

Credit : Mandarin Oriental

Source : Condé Nast Traveler