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The World’s First Beer-Themed Hotel Will Have a Brew-Filled Hot Tub

Start planning your next vacation. The world’s first beer hotel is opening soon in Columbus, Ohio, courtesy of Scotland-based BrewDog — yes, the same brewery that gave us a beer stuffed inside a dead squirrel. This tipsy resort is set to have an IPA hot tub, minibars in the shower, beer on tap in each room, and beer pairings with every meal. It will be a brewster’s paradise — that is, if the project can raise enough crowdfunded money on Indiegogo. (Right now, they’re only $13,000 short of the $75,000 goal.) If crowdfunding is successful, the hotel will open sometime next year.

One Enterprising and Hungry Bride Created a Gown Out of Taco Bell Wrappers

Here comes the bride, all dressed in… the remnants of yesterday’s fast-food lunch? Last month, Taco Bell announced that they would be hosting a contest for one lucky couple to get married at Taco Bell in Las Vegas, and one woman is determined to win. Diane Nguyen entered the social media contest wearing a surprisingly chic wedding dress made entirely from Taco Bell burrito wrappers. The couple even submitted a cheeky photoshoot holding hands over the counter at their local Taco Bell. “IT’S TIME TO VOTE!!!!!!!! We didn’t know until recently that it was our dream to get hitched at a Taco Bell,” Nguyen said in an Instagram post. Taco Bell will be announcing the winners later this month after voting ends on March 5.

Soak in Maple Syrup at This Japanese Hot Spring Resort

Now breakfast-lovers can indulge in the ultimate pancake fantasy: soaking in a big pool of maple syrup. According to Rocket News 24, Yunessun Spa House, a famous hot spring resort in Hakone, Japan, has several unconventional communal soaking baths that smell like tea, coffee, and ramen. Now they’ve debuted one that will contain actual maple syrup. The maple syrup bath is part of a tie-in promotion with a popular pancake mix company that wanted to celebrate its 60th anniversary in an unexpected way. It sounds a bit sticky, but at least everyone will smell nice when they leave.

The Dairy Industry Is Declaring War Over the Definition of ‘Milk’

The Good Food Institute — a nonprofit that promotes plant-based meat, dairy, and egg substitutes — has submitted a 59-page petition to the Food and Drug Administration asking the agency to issue a new rule that would end the debate on the definition of milk. Dairy industry advocates have increased pressure on the FDA to enforce its existing definition, which excludes plant-based alternatives.

This scramble to define milk comes directly on the heels of new sales numbers that show the growth of milk alternatives like soy milk and almond milk outpacing traditional milk, likely due to a combination of lactose allergies and dietary restrictions. If the dairy industry gets its way, non-dairy “milk” products would have to rename their products. Currently, the FDA does not include non-dairy products in its broad-ranging definition of milk, but the proposed rule would further narrow down the legal lactose definition to exclude products not made from the milk of animals.

Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robbins Plan to Remove Artificial Coloring From Products by 2018

Appealing to health-conscious consumers has become increasingly important to big food companies, such as PepsiCo and Coca-Cola. Dunkin’ Brand Group Inc., which owns Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robbins, is also following suit with the recent announcement that the company plans to remove artificial colors from its products sold in the United States. Both brands’ development teams have partnered with suppliers to rid synthetic colors from their food and drinks and replace them with naturally sourced coloring ingredients by the end of 2018, according to the press release. According to the company, exemptions from the removal of artificial coloring include certain supplier-branded ingredients made by other companies, such as toppings or product decorations.


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Luxury lifestyle hotel brand, ME by Meliá, has launched its first property on the Catalan coast, ME Sitges Terramar, which will open officially during Spring 2018. Located just 20 miles along the coast from Barcelona, it follows the success of ME Mallorca and ME Ibiza in the Balearic Islands and represents a luxurious addition to one of Spain’s most renowned destinations.

Owned and developed by Hotel Investment Partners and located in the vibrant Paseo Marítimo in Sitges, ME Sitges Terramar is surrounded by palm trees and situated on the seafront, offering a tranquil, relaxing setting, with thriving bars, restaurants and shops nearby. Sitges, a beautiful, Mediterranean, gay-friendly beach town capital is just 16 miles from Barcelona Airport (BCN) by car, making it a popular coastal destination. With 26 beautiful beaches, historic architecture, from Renaissance to Art Nouveau, museums, water sports and golf, as well as an array of friendly, quirky pop-up beach bars and a vibrant nightlife, Sitges is fast becoming a mini Ibiza.

ME Sitges Terramar boasts 213 rooms, nearly all of which feature stunning sea views. The iconic ME Suite will provide guests with panoramic sea views, a private social lounge and a ME+ Service, which includes a variety of luxury privileges. The hotel also features the Personality Suite with large terraces and breath-taking sea views as well as 24 Chic Suites, all of which come with spacious terraces. In keeping with the ME by Meliá brand, ME Sitges Terramar’s interiors will be a fusion of contemporary and innovative design with cream and grey hues. The hotel has been renovated by design studio, LaGranja, which is based in Barcelona.

The property will offer two restaurants, including Beso Sitges, which comprises of 200 covers and feature Mediterranean-inspired dishes, paellas and an extensive cocktail menu, as well as Beso Beach, located on the beachfront, perfect for chilling out to laid-back lounge music, while taking in the magnificent Sitges sunset. Guests will be able to enjoy the ultimate Gourmet experience, with a delicious menu of Basque recipes with touches of local cuisine and seasonal ingredients. ME Sitges Terramar will also feature the Oyster Bar located in the lobby, offering the best selection of fresh oysters, crab and seafood, as well as cheeses and charcuterie, accompanied by an extensive list of wines and Champagne. While guests relaxing by the pool can enjoy delicious natural juices, smoothies and superfood cocktails at Pool Bar.

ME by Meliá hotels are renowned for their breath-taking rooftop spaces, with the brand’s flagship hotel ME London, ME Milan Il Duca and ME Madrid Reina Victoria featuring rooftop bars with impressive skyline views.

Opening this summer, RADIO ME Sitges, Rooftop Bar will also offer panoramic views of the surrounding area where guests can relax under the stars, chill out to music and enjoy a signature cocktail.

Guests will be able to indulge in ‘ME time’ at the Spa, which will offer a range of relaxing massages and personalised treatments. ME Sitges Terramar will also provide an out-of-the-ordinary backdrop for holding meetings, events and private parties as well as offering free, high-speed Wi-Fi.

René Hoeltschl, General Manager of ME Sitges Terramar, said: “ME Sitges Terramar will be a hotel-destination on the Mediterranean coast which will become a “must” for sophisticated travellers seeking a place in which to rest their body and mind. ME Sitges Terramar takes the attributes of the ME by Meliá brand to another level after its great success with the most discerning travellers on the beaches of Ibiza, Mallorca and Los Cabos.”

ME by Meliá is for culture-seeking guests that are driven by new luxury experiences. The brand has been built on first-rate service and ME Sitges Terramar is no exception. Each guest’s stay is orchestrated by a dedicated Aura Manager, whose job it is to know the coastal town back-to-front and use this knowledge to make the hotel’s service truly bespoke.

Jo Downs launches new chandelier lighting collection

British designer Jo Downs has unveiled new work at the cutting edge of contemporary glass design, expanding her portfolio for the first time to the creation of spectacular chandelier lighting. Cut, crafted, fired and finished at her Cornwall studio, these uniquely beautiful works represent the next step in the complex field of fused-glass design, and are available as part of Jo’s bespoke design service.

From her trademark, ocean inspired motifs, to geometrically inspired collections, these new works update the classic concept of the chandelier for the 21 st century interior design market and are currently on show at her flagship galleries in Ripley, Surrey, and Launceston, Cornwall.

The launch also marks the beginning of a new creative partnership between Jo Downs Handmade Glass and design company Northern Lights, who have been creating inspiring lighting solutions since 1987, and have worked with Jo to create integrated lighting for her new range of chandeliers.


See Jacques Garcia’s 6-year hotel transformation

L’oscar is an exclusive new 39-bedroom luxury hotel and a previously-abandoned architectural gem, now fantastically-restored and re-imagined in all its Baroque glory.

Once left derelict, this 110-year-old treasure has been subject to a no-expense-spared refurbishment by highly-esteemed French architect and designer Jacques Garcia.

Hidden in the heart of one of London’s trendiest Borough’s, on Southampton Row, it boasts a spectacular octagonal chapel alongside ornate ceilings, carved fireplaces, oak panelling and magnificently proportioned rooms, all cleverly complemented by a mischievously-talented redesign that adds elegant and unexpected new twists.

Every room is delightfully individual, with extravagant styling, high ceilings, large windows and a wealth of original detail, all personalised and curated by Garcia’s high-quality design. The staff, overseen by General Manager, Michael Voigt, promise to deliver the highest levels of service, while the restaurant and bar, The Baptist, run by Executive Chef Tony Fleming, takes pride of place in the Grade II building’s breath-taking and architecturally-significant chapel.

Far from its original purpose, L’oscar promises to be a visual and gastronomic temptation when it opens May 2018.

Mouth & foot artist Tom Yendell to showcase works at next week’s HD Meet Up

Original artwork will be on display at the leading networking event for hospitality and interiorsprofessionals

Tom Yendell, a leading light in the Mouth and Foot Painting Artists (MFPA) partnership, will be showcasing his original artwork at the HD Meet Up networking event next week.

The MFPA is part of an international self-help association of artists (Association of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists – AMFPA), who paint without the use of their hands.

The partnership is working with hotels, restaurants, serviced apartments and other venues to have its members’ art placed in a public environment.

The HD Meet Up takes place on Wednesday 21st March at The London Edition – located in Fitzrovia on the edge of Soho – between 6pm-9.30pm.

It’s completely free for hoteliers and designers to attend click here to confirm your attendance.

Tom Yendell, of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists, said: “After 60 years of producing cards, calendars and wrapping paper Mouth and Foot Painting Artists are excited to be providing their inspirational artwork for hotels, restaurants, serviced apartments and other venues to hang on their walls. We believe that by having a small photograph of our fantastic artists working and a small biography displayed on or next to the stretched canvas or framed print, will enhance the customer experience.”

Katy Phillips, Publisher at Hotel Designs, added: “We’re delighted to be able to showcase the work of Tom and other MFPA artists at the HD Meet Up – It’s a great opportunity for designers to network with up and coming artistic talent and view their work. We can’t wait to welcome everyone to the event.”

We have designers and hoteliers from the likes of Chocolate Boutique Hotel, CourtHouse Hotel, Blush International, Fitzroy of London, Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, GLH Hotels, 33 Interiors, Alexander James Interiors, Associated Designers, David Collins Studio Ltd, Dawson Design Associates, EHG Home, Elegance interiors, GA Design, Gensler, Grimshaw, Inspired By Design, KCA International, M Studio, Nina Campbell, Oro Bianco Interior Design, Osborn Interiors, Rethink Interiors, Russel Sage Studio, RWD, Scott Brownrigg, SMC Design, Stern Graham Director, Tara Bernerd & Partners, The Plant, Twenty2 Degrees, Two Company Interior Design Ltd, UpCircle, Vallgren & Co Design Studio, Yoo worldwide, and many more.

If you are a supplier to the hospitality industry looking to meet top names from both industries, contact Jennie Lane on 01992 374098 or on [email protected]– or click here to book your place.

The Hotel Designs spring Meet Up is completely free for hoteliers and designers click here to confirm your attendance.

Yabu Pushelberg completes Four Seasons NY Downtown project

Dark wood and soft colours feature prominently

The international acclaimed architecture and interior design firm Yabu Pushelberg has completed the interiors for the Four Seasons New York Downtown hotel.

The hotel – which has just received a five-star rating from Forbes Travel Guide – is located in a tower known as 30 Park Place, which was completed by US architect Robert A. M. Stern in 2016. The 189-room luxury hotel is situated on the lower floors, with 157 private residences accommodated on top.

Yabu Pushelberg was invited to create the hotel interior design for the three lowest levels which feature the guest amenities, plus the hotel bedrooms above. The design duo used dark wood in the public spaces and soft colors in the guest rooms.

The hotel boasts an eye-catching entrance on the ground floor, where visitors enter through a pair of giant glass doors. These lead to the lobby and a business centre, which are separated into a series of smaller spaces which include lounges and a coffee bar.


Bottom section news

Luxury lifestyle hotel brand, ME by Meliá, has launched its first property on the Catalan coast, ME Sitges Terramar, which will open officially during Spring 2018. Located just 20 miles along the coast from Barcelona, it follows the success of ME Mallorca and ME Ibiza in the Balearic Islands and represents a luxurious addition to one of Spain’s most renowned destinations.

Owned and developed by Hotel Investment Partners and located in the vibrant Paseo Marítimo in Sitges, ME Sitges Terramar is surrounded by palm trees and situated on the seafront, offering a tranquil, relaxing setting, with thriving bars, restaurants and shops nearby. Sitges, a beautiful, Mediterranean, gay-friendly beach town capital is just 16 miles from Barcelona Airport (BCN) by car, making it a popular coastal destination. With 26 beautiful beaches, historic architecture, from Renaissance to Art Nouveau, museums, water sports and golf, as well as an array of friendly, quirky pop-up beach bars and a vibrant nightlife, Sitges is fast becoming a mini Ibiza.

ME Sitges Terramar boasts 213 rooms, nearly all of which feature stunning sea views. The iconic ME Suite will provide guests with panoramic sea views, a private social lounge and a ME+ Service, which includes a variety of luxury privileges. The hotel also features the Personality Suite with large terraces and breath-taking sea views as well as 24 Chic Suites, all of which come with spacious terraces. In keeping with the ME by Meliá brand, ME Sitges Terramar’s interiors will be a fusion of contemporary and innovative design with cream and grey hues. The hotel has been renovated by design studio, LaGranja, which is based in Barcelona.

The property will offer two restaurants, including Beso Sitges, which comprises of 200 covers and feature Mediterranean-inspired dishes, paellas and an extensive cocktail menu, as well as Beso Beach, located on the beachfront, perfect for chilling out to laid-back lounge music, while taking in the magnificent Sitges sunset. Guests will be able to enjoy the ultimate Gourmet experience, with a delicious menu of Basque recipes with touches of local cuisine and seasonal ingredients. ME Sitges Terramar will also feature the Oyster Bar located in the lobby, offering the best selection of fresh oysters, crab and seafood, as well as cheeses and charcuterie, accompanied by an extensive list of wines and Champagne. While guests relaxing by the pool can enjoy delicious natural juices, smoothies and superfood cocktails at Pool Bar.

ME by Meliá hotels are renowned for their breath-taking rooftop spaces, with the brand’s flagship hotel ME London, ME Milan Il Duca and ME Madrid Reina Victoria featuring rooftop bars with impressive skyline views.

Opening this summer, RADIO ME Sitges, Rooftop Bar will also offer panoramic views of the surrounding area where guests can relax under the stars, chill out to music and enjoy a signature cocktail.

Guests will be able to indulge in ‘ME time’ at the Spa, which will offer a range of relaxing massages and personalised treatments. ME Sitges Terramar will also provide an out-of-the-ordinary backdrop for holding meetings, events and private parties as well as offering free, high-speed Wi-Fi.

René Hoeltschl, General Manager of ME Sitges Terramar, said: “ME Sitges Terramar will be a hotel-destination on the Mediterranean coast which will become a “must” for sophisticated travellers seeking a place in which to rest their body and mind. ME Sitges Terramar takes the attributes of the ME by Meliá brand to another level after its great success with the most discerning travellers on the beaches of Ibiza, Mallorca and Los Cabos.”

ME by Meliá is for culture-seeking guests that are driven by new luxury experiences. The brand has been built on first-rate service and ME Sitges Terramar is no exception. Each guest’s stay is orchestrated by a dedicated Aura Manager, whose job it is to know the coastal town back-to-front and use this knowledge to make the hotel’s service truly bespoke.

Jo Downs launches new chandelier lighting collection

British designer Jo Downs has unveiled new work at the cutting edge of contemporary glass design, expanding her portfolio for the first time to the creation of spectacular chandelier lighting. Cut, crafted, fired and finished at her Cornwall studio, these uniquely beautiful works represent the next step in the complex field of fused-glass design, and are available as part of Jo’s bespoke design service.

From her trademark, ocean inspired motifs, to geometrically inspired collections, these new works update the classic concept of the chandelier for the 21 st century interior design market and are currently on show at her flagship galleries in Ripley, Surrey, and Launceston, Cornwall.

The launch also marks the beginning of a new creative partnership between Jo Downs Handmade Glass and design company Northern Lights, who have been creating inspiring lighting solutions since 1987, and have worked with Jo to create integrated lighting for her new range of chandeliers.


See Jacques Garcia’s 6-year hotel transformation

L’oscar is an exclusive new 39-bedroom luxury hotel and a previously-abandoned architectural gem, now fantastically-restored and re-imagined in all its Baroque glory.

Once left derelict, this 110-year-old treasure has been subject to a no-expense-spared refurbishment by highly-esteemed French architect and designer Jacques Garcia.

Hidden in the heart of one of London’s trendiest Borough’s, on Southampton Row, it boasts a spectacular octagonal chapel alongside ornate ceilings, carved fireplaces, oak panelling and magnificently proportioned rooms, all cleverly complemented by a mischievously-talented redesign that adds elegant and unexpected new twists.

Every room is delightfully individual, with extravagant styling, high ceilings, large windows and a wealth of original detail, all personalised and curated by Garcia’s high-quality design. The staff, overseen by General Manager, Michael Voigt, promise to deliver the highest levels of service, while the restaurant and bar, The Baptist, run by Executive Chef Tony Fleming, takes pride of place in the Grade II building’s breath-taking and architecturally-significant chapel.

Far from its original purpose, L’oscar promises to be a visual and gastronomic temptation when it opens May 2018.

Mouth & foot artist Tom Yendell to showcase works at next week’s HD Meet Up

Original artwork will be on display at the leading networking event for hospitality and interiorsprofessionals

Tom Yendell, a leading light in the Mouth and Foot Painting Artists (MFPA) partnership, will be showcasing his original artwork at the HD Meet Up networking event next week.

The MFPA is part of an international self-help association of artists (Association of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists – AMFPA), who paint without the use of their hands.

The partnership is working with hotels, restaurants, serviced apartments and other venues to have its members’ art placed in a public environment.

The HD Meet Up takes place on Wednesday 21st March at The London Edition – located in Fitzrovia on the edge of Soho – between 6pm-9.30pm.

It’s completely free for hoteliers and designers to attend click here to confirm your attendance.

Tom Yendell, of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists, said: “After 60 years of producing cards, calendars and wrapping paper Mouth and Foot Painting Artists are excited to be providing their inspirational artwork for hotels, restaurants, serviced apartments and other venues to hang on their walls. We believe that by having a small photograph of our fantastic artists working and a small biography displayed on or next to the stretched canvas or framed print, will enhance the customer experience.”

Katy Phillips, Publisher at Hotel Designs, added: “We’re delighted to be able to showcase the work of Tom and other MFPA artists at the HD Meet Up – It’s a great opportunity for designers to network with up and coming artistic talent and view their work. We can’t wait to welcome everyone to the event.”

We have designers and hoteliers from the likes of Chocolate Boutique Hotel, CourtHouse Hotel, Blush International, Fitzroy of London, Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, GLH Hotels, 33 Interiors, Alexander James Interiors, Associated Designers, David Collins Studio Ltd, Dawson Design Associates, EHG Home, Elegance interiors, GA Design, Gensler, Grimshaw, Inspired By Design, KCA International, M Studio, Nina Campbell, Oro Bianco Interior Design, Osborn Interiors, Rethink Interiors, Russel Sage Studio, RWD, Scott Brownrigg, SMC Design, Stern Graham Director, Tara Bernerd & Partners, The Plant, Twenty2 Degrees, Two Company Interior Design Ltd, UpCircle, Vallgren & Co Design Studio, Yoo worldwide, and many more.

If you are a supplier to the hospitality industry looking to meet top names from both industries, contact Jennie Lane on 01992 374098 or on [email protected]– or click here to book your place.

The Hotel Designs spring Meet Up is completely free for hoteliers and designers click here to confirm your attendance.

Yabu Pushelberg completes Four Seasons NY Downtown project

Dark wood and soft colours feature prominently

The international acclaimed architecture and interior design firm Yabu Pushelberg has completed the interiors for the Four Seasons New York Downtown hotel.

The hotel – which has just received a five-star rating from Forbes Travel Guide – is located in a tower known as 30 Park Place, which was completed by US architect Robert A. M. Stern in 2016. The 189-room luxury hotel is situated on the lower floors, with 157 private residences accommodated on top.

Yabu Pushelberg was invited to create the hotel interior design for the three lowest levels which feature the guest amenities, plus the hotel bedrooms above. The design duo used dark wood in the public spaces and soft colors in the guest rooms.

The hotel boasts an eye-catching entrance on the ground floor, where visitors enter through a pair of giant glass doors. These lead to the lobby and a business centre, which are separated into a series of smaller spaces which include lounges and a coffee bar.


Bottom section news

Luxury lifestyle hotel brand, ME by Meliá, has launched its first property on the Catalan coast, ME Sitges Terramar, which will open officially during Spring 2018. Located just 20 miles along the coast from Barcelona, it follows the success of ME Mallorca and ME Ibiza in the Balearic Islands and represents a luxurious addition to one of Spain’s most renowned destinations.

Owned and developed by Hotel Investment Partners and located in the vibrant Paseo Marítimo in Sitges, ME Sitges Terramar is surrounded by palm trees and situated on the seafront, offering a tranquil, relaxing setting, with thriving bars, restaurants and shops nearby. Sitges, a beautiful, Mediterranean, gay-friendly beach town capital is just 16 miles from Barcelona Airport (BCN) by car, making it a popular coastal destination. With 26 beautiful beaches, historic architecture, from Renaissance to Art Nouveau, museums, water sports and golf, as well as an array of friendly, quirky pop-up beach bars and a vibrant nightlife, Sitges is fast becoming a mini Ibiza.

ME Sitges Terramar boasts 213 rooms, nearly all of which feature stunning sea views. The iconic ME Suite will provide guests with panoramic sea views, a private social lounge and a ME+ Service, which includes a variety of luxury privileges. The hotel also features the Personality Suite with large terraces and breath-taking sea views as well as 24 Chic Suites, all of which come with spacious terraces. In keeping with the ME by Meliá brand, ME Sitges Terramar’s interiors will be a fusion of contemporary and innovative design with cream and grey hues. The hotel has been renovated by design studio, LaGranja, which is based in Barcelona.

The property will offer two restaurants, including Beso Sitges, which comprises of 200 covers and feature Mediterranean-inspired dishes, paellas and an extensive cocktail menu, as well as Beso Beach, located on the beachfront, perfect for chilling out to laid-back lounge music, while taking in the magnificent Sitges sunset. Guests will be able to enjoy the ultimate Gourmet experience, with a delicious menu of Basque recipes with touches of local cuisine and seasonal ingredients. ME Sitges Terramar will also feature the Oyster Bar located in the lobby, offering the best selection of fresh oysters, crab and seafood, as well as cheeses and charcuterie, accompanied by an extensive list of wines and Champagne. While guests relaxing by the pool can enjoy delicious natural juices, smoothies and superfood cocktails at Pool Bar.

ME by Meliá hotels are renowned for their breath-taking rooftop spaces, with the brand’s flagship hotel ME London, ME Milan Il Duca and ME Madrid Reina Victoria featuring rooftop bars with impressive skyline views.

Opening this summer, RADIO ME Sitges, Rooftop Bar will also offer panoramic views of the surrounding area where guests can relax under the stars, chill out to music and enjoy a signature cocktail.

Guests will be able to indulge in ‘ME time’ at the Spa, which will offer a range of relaxing massages and personalised treatments. ME Sitges Terramar will also provide an out-of-the-ordinary backdrop for holding meetings, events and private parties as well as offering free, high-speed Wi-Fi.

René Hoeltschl, General Manager of ME Sitges Terramar, said: “ME Sitges Terramar will be a hotel-destination on the Mediterranean coast which will become a “must” for sophisticated travellers seeking a place in which to rest their body and mind. ME Sitges Terramar takes the attributes of the ME by Meliá brand to another level after its great success with the most discerning travellers on the beaches of Ibiza, Mallorca and Los Cabos.”

ME by Meliá is for culture-seeking guests that are driven by new luxury experiences. The brand has been built on first-rate service and ME Sitges Terramar is no exception. Each guest’s stay is orchestrated by a dedicated Aura Manager, whose job it is to know the coastal town back-to-front and use this knowledge to make the hotel’s service truly bespoke.

Jo Downs launches new chandelier lighting collection

British designer Jo Downs has unveiled new work at the cutting edge of contemporary glass design, expanding her portfolio for the first time to the creation of spectacular chandelier lighting. Cut, crafted, fired and finished at her Cornwall studio, these uniquely beautiful works represent the next step in the complex field of fused-glass design, and are available as part of Jo’s bespoke design service.

From her trademark, ocean inspired motifs, to geometrically inspired collections, these new works update the classic concept of the chandelier for the 21 st century interior design market and are currently on show at her flagship galleries in Ripley, Surrey, and Launceston, Cornwall.

The launch also marks the beginning of a new creative partnership between Jo Downs Handmade Glass and design company Northern Lights, who have been creating inspiring lighting solutions since 1987, and have worked with Jo to create integrated lighting for her new range of chandeliers.


See Jacques Garcia’s 6-year hotel transformation

L’oscar is an exclusive new 39-bedroom luxury hotel and a previously-abandoned architectural gem, now fantastically-restored and re-imagined in all its Baroque glory.

Once left derelict, this 110-year-old treasure has been subject to a no-expense-spared refurbishment by highly-esteemed French architect and designer Jacques Garcia.

Hidden in the heart of one of London’s trendiest Borough’s, on Southampton Row, it boasts a spectacular octagonal chapel alongside ornate ceilings, carved fireplaces, oak panelling and magnificently proportioned rooms, all cleverly complemented by a mischievously-talented redesign that adds elegant and unexpected new twists.

Every room is delightfully individual, with extravagant styling, high ceilings, large windows and a wealth of original detail, all personalised and curated by Garcia’s high-quality design. The staff, overseen by General Manager, Michael Voigt, promise to deliver the highest levels of service, while the restaurant and bar, The Baptist, run by Executive Chef Tony Fleming, takes pride of place in the Grade II building’s breath-taking and architecturally-significant chapel.

Far from its original purpose, L’oscar promises to be a visual and gastronomic temptation when it opens May 2018.

Mouth & foot artist Tom Yendell to showcase works at next week’s HD Meet Up

Original artwork will be on display at the leading networking event for hospitality and interiorsprofessionals

Tom Yendell, a leading light in the Mouth and Foot Painting Artists (MFPA) partnership, will be showcasing his original artwork at the HD Meet Up networking event next week.

The MFPA is part of an international self-help association of artists (Association of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists – AMFPA), who paint without the use of their hands.

The partnership is working with hotels, restaurants, serviced apartments and other venues to have its members’ art placed in a public environment.

The HD Meet Up takes place on Wednesday 21st March at The London Edition – located in Fitzrovia on the edge of Soho – between 6pm-9.30pm.

It’s completely free for hoteliers and designers to attend click here to confirm your attendance.

Tom Yendell, of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists, said: “After 60 years of producing cards, calendars and wrapping paper Mouth and Foot Painting Artists are excited to be providing their inspirational artwork for hotels, restaurants, serviced apartments and other venues to hang on their walls. We believe that by having a small photograph of our fantastic artists working and a small biography displayed on or next to the stretched canvas or framed print, will enhance the customer experience.”

Katy Phillips, Publisher at Hotel Designs, added: “We’re delighted to be able to showcase the work of Tom and other MFPA artists at the HD Meet Up – It’s a great opportunity for designers to network with up and coming artistic talent and view their work. We can’t wait to welcome everyone to the event.”

We have designers and hoteliers from the likes of Chocolate Boutique Hotel, CourtHouse Hotel, Blush International, Fitzroy of London, Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, GLH Hotels, 33 Interiors, Alexander James Interiors, Associated Designers, David Collins Studio Ltd, Dawson Design Associates, EHG Home, Elegance interiors, GA Design, Gensler, Grimshaw, Inspired By Design, KCA International, M Studio, Nina Campbell, Oro Bianco Interior Design, Osborn Interiors, Rethink Interiors, Russel Sage Studio, RWD, Scott Brownrigg, SMC Design, Stern Graham Director, Tara Bernerd & Partners, The Plant, Twenty2 Degrees, Two Company Interior Design Ltd, UpCircle, Vallgren & Co Design Studio, Yoo worldwide, and many more.

If you are a supplier to the hospitality industry looking to meet top names from both industries, contact Jennie Lane on 01992 374098 or on [email protected]– or click here to book your place.

The Hotel Designs spring Meet Up is completely free for hoteliers and designers click here to confirm your attendance.

Yabu Pushelberg completes Four Seasons NY Downtown project

Dark wood and soft colours feature prominently

The international acclaimed architecture and interior design firm Yabu Pushelberg has completed the interiors for the Four Seasons New York Downtown hotel.

The hotel – which has just received a five-star rating from Forbes Travel Guide – is located in a tower known as 30 Park Place, which was completed by US architect Robert A. M. Stern in 2016. The 189-room luxury hotel is situated on the lower floors, with 157 private residences accommodated on top.

Yabu Pushelberg was invited to create the hotel interior design for the three lowest levels which feature the guest amenities, plus the hotel bedrooms above. The design duo used dark wood in the public spaces and soft colors in the guest rooms.

The hotel boasts an eye-catching entrance on the ground floor, where visitors enter through a pair of giant glass doors. These lead to the lobby and a business centre, which are separated into a series of smaller spaces which include lounges and a coffee bar.


Bottom section news

Luxury lifestyle hotel brand, ME by Meliá, has launched its first property on the Catalan coast, ME Sitges Terramar, which will open officially during Spring 2018. Located just 20 miles along the coast from Barcelona, it follows the success of ME Mallorca and ME Ibiza in the Balearic Islands and represents a luxurious addition to one of Spain’s most renowned destinations.

Owned and developed by Hotel Investment Partners and located in the vibrant Paseo Marítimo in Sitges, ME Sitges Terramar is surrounded by palm trees and situated on the seafront, offering a tranquil, relaxing setting, with thriving bars, restaurants and shops nearby. Sitges, a beautiful, Mediterranean, gay-friendly beach town capital is just 16 miles from Barcelona Airport (BCN) by car, making it a popular coastal destination. With 26 beautiful beaches, historic architecture, from Renaissance to Art Nouveau, museums, water sports and golf, as well as an array of friendly, quirky pop-up beach bars and a vibrant nightlife, Sitges is fast becoming a mini Ibiza.

ME Sitges Terramar boasts 213 rooms, nearly all of which feature stunning sea views. The iconic ME Suite will provide guests with panoramic sea views, a private social lounge and a ME+ Service, which includes a variety of luxury privileges. The hotel also features the Personality Suite with large terraces and breath-taking sea views as well as 24 Chic Suites, all of which come with spacious terraces. In keeping with the ME by Meliá brand, ME Sitges Terramar’s interiors will be a fusion of contemporary and innovative design with cream and grey hues. The hotel has been renovated by design studio, LaGranja, which is based in Barcelona.

The property will offer two restaurants, including Beso Sitges, which comprises of 200 covers and feature Mediterranean-inspired dishes, paellas and an extensive cocktail menu, as well as Beso Beach, located on the beachfront, perfect for chilling out to laid-back lounge music, while taking in the magnificent Sitges sunset. Guests will be able to enjoy the ultimate Gourmet experience, with a delicious menu of Basque recipes with touches of local cuisine and seasonal ingredients. ME Sitges Terramar will also feature the Oyster Bar located in the lobby, offering the best selection of fresh oysters, crab and seafood, as well as cheeses and charcuterie, accompanied by an extensive list of wines and Champagne. While guests relaxing by the pool can enjoy delicious natural juices, smoothies and superfood cocktails at Pool Bar.

ME by Meliá hotels are renowned for their breath-taking rooftop spaces, with the brand’s flagship hotel ME London, ME Milan Il Duca and ME Madrid Reina Victoria featuring rooftop bars with impressive skyline views.

Opening this summer, RADIO ME Sitges, Rooftop Bar will also offer panoramic views of the surrounding area where guests can relax under the stars, chill out to music and enjoy a signature cocktail.

Guests will be able to indulge in ‘ME time’ at the Spa, which will offer a range of relaxing massages and personalised treatments. ME Sitges Terramar will also provide an out-of-the-ordinary backdrop for holding meetings, events and private parties as well as offering free, high-speed Wi-Fi.

René Hoeltschl, General Manager of ME Sitges Terramar, said: “ME Sitges Terramar will be a hotel-destination on the Mediterranean coast which will become a “must” for sophisticated travellers seeking a place in which to rest their body and mind. ME Sitges Terramar takes the attributes of the ME by Meliá brand to another level after its great success with the most discerning travellers on the beaches of Ibiza, Mallorca and Los Cabos.”

ME by Meliá is for culture-seeking guests that are driven by new luxury experiences. The brand has been built on first-rate service and ME Sitges Terramar is no exception. Each guest’s stay is orchestrated by a dedicated Aura Manager, whose job it is to know the coastal town back-to-front and use this knowledge to make the hotel’s service truly bespoke.

Jo Downs launches new chandelier lighting collection

British designer Jo Downs has unveiled new work at the cutting edge of contemporary glass design, expanding her portfolio for the first time to the creation of spectacular chandelier lighting. Cut, crafted, fired and finished at her Cornwall studio, these uniquely beautiful works represent the next step in the complex field of fused-glass design, and are available as part of Jo’s bespoke design service.

From her trademark, ocean inspired motifs, to geometrically inspired collections, these new works update the classic concept of the chandelier for the 21 st century interior design market and are currently on show at her flagship galleries in Ripley, Surrey, and Launceston, Cornwall.

The launch also marks the beginning of a new creative partnership between Jo Downs Handmade Glass and design company Northern Lights, who have been creating inspiring lighting solutions since 1987, and have worked with Jo to create integrated lighting for her new range of chandeliers.


See Jacques Garcia’s 6-year hotel transformation

L’oscar is an exclusive new 39-bedroom luxury hotel and a previously-abandoned architectural gem, now fantastically-restored and re-imagined in all its Baroque glory.

Once left derelict, this 110-year-old treasure has been subject to a no-expense-spared refurbishment by highly-esteemed French architect and designer Jacques Garcia.

Hidden in the heart of one of London’s trendiest Borough’s, on Southampton Row, it boasts a spectacular octagonal chapel alongside ornate ceilings, carved fireplaces, oak panelling and magnificently proportioned rooms, all cleverly complemented by a mischievously-talented redesign that adds elegant and unexpected new twists.

Every room is delightfully individual, with extravagant styling, high ceilings, large windows and a wealth of original detail, all personalised and curated by Garcia’s high-quality design. The staff, overseen by General Manager, Michael Voigt, promise to deliver the highest levels of service, while the restaurant and bar, The Baptist, run by Executive Chef Tony Fleming, takes pride of place in the Grade II building’s breath-taking and architecturally-significant chapel.

Far from its original purpose, L’oscar promises to be a visual and gastronomic temptation when it opens May 2018.

Mouth & foot artist Tom Yendell to showcase works at next week’s HD Meet Up

Original artwork will be on display at the leading networking event for hospitality and interiorsprofessionals

Tom Yendell, a leading light in the Mouth and Foot Painting Artists (MFPA) partnership, will be showcasing his original artwork at the HD Meet Up networking event next week.

The MFPA is part of an international self-help association of artists (Association of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists – AMFPA), who paint without the use of their hands.

The partnership is working with hotels, restaurants, serviced apartments and other venues to have its members’ art placed in a public environment.

The HD Meet Up takes place on Wednesday 21st March at The London Edition – located in Fitzrovia on the edge of Soho – between 6pm-9.30pm.

It’s completely free for hoteliers and designers to attend click here to confirm your attendance.

Tom Yendell, of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists, said: “After 60 years of producing cards, calendars and wrapping paper Mouth and Foot Painting Artists are excited to be providing their inspirational artwork for hotels, restaurants, serviced apartments and other venues to hang on their walls. We believe that by having a small photograph of our fantastic artists working and a small biography displayed on or next to the stretched canvas or framed print, will enhance the customer experience.”

Katy Phillips, Publisher at Hotel Designs, added: “We’re delighted to be able to showcase the work of Tom and other MFPA artists at the HD Meet Up – It’s a great opportunity for designers to network with up and coming artistic talent and view their work. We can’t wait to welcome everyone to the event.”

We have designers and hoteliers from the likes of Chocolate Boutique Hotel, CourtHouse Hotel, Blush International, Fitzroy of London, Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, GLH Hotels, 33 Interiors, Alexander James Interiors, Associated Designers, David Collins Studio Ltd, Dawson Design Associates, EHG Home, Elegance interiors, GA Design, Gensler, Grimshaw, Inspired By Design, KCA International, M Studio, Nina Campbell, Oro Bianco Interior Design, Osborn Interiors, Rethink Interiors, Russel Sage Studio, RWD, Scott Brownrigg, SMC Design, Stern Graham Director, Tara Bernerd & Partners, The Plant, Twenty2 Degrees, Two Company Interior Design Ltd, UpCircle, Vallgren & Co Design Studio, Yoo worldwide, and many more.

If you are a supplier to the hospitality industry looking to meet top names from both industries, contact Jennie Lane on 01992 374098 or on [email protected]– or click here to book your place.

The Hotel Designs spring Meet Up is completely free for hoteliers and designers click here to confirm your attendance.

Yabu Pushelberg completes Four Seasons NY Downtown project

Dark wood and soft colours feature prominently

The international acclaimed architecture and interior design firm Yabu Pushelberg has completed the interiors for the Four Seasons New York Downtown hotel.

The hotel – which has just received a five-star rating from Forbes Travel Guide – is located in a tower known as 30 Park Place, which was completed by US architect Robert A. M. Stern in 2016. The 189-room luxury hotel is situated on the lower floors, with 157 private residences accommodated on top.

Yabu Pushelberg was invited to create the hotel interior design for the three lowest levels which feature the guest amenities, plus the hotel bedrooms above. The design duo used dark wood in the public spaces and soft colors in the guest rooms.

The hotel boasts an eye-catching entrance on the ground floor, where visitors enter through a pair of giant glass doors. These lead to the lobby and a business centre, which are separated into a series of smaller spaces which include lounges and a coffee bar.


Bottom section news

Luxury lifestyle hotel brand, ME by Meliá, has launched its first property on the Catalan coast, ME Sitges Terramar, which will open officially during Spring 2018. Located just 20 miles along the coast from Barcelona, it follows the success of ME Mallorca and ME Ibiza in the Balearic Islands and represents a luxurious addition to one of Spain’s most renowned destinations.

Owned and developed by Hotel Investment Partners and located in the vibrant Paseo Marítimo in Sitges, ME Sitges Terramar is surrounded by palm trees and situated on the seafront, offering a tranquil, relaxing setting, with thriving bars, restaurants and shops nearby. Sitges, a beautiful, Mediterranean, gay-friendly beach town capital is just 16 miles from Barcelona Airport (BCN) by car, making it a popular coastal destination. With 26 beautiful beaches, historic architecture, from Renaissance to Art Nouveau, museums, water sports and golf, as well as an array of friendly, quirky pop-up beach bars and a vibrant nightlife, Sitges is fast becoming a mini Ibiza.

ME Sitges Terramar boasts 213 rooms, nearly all of which feature stunning sea views. The iconic ME Suite will provide guests with panoramic sea views, a private social lounge and a ME+ Service, which includes a variety of luxury privileges. The hotel also features the Personality Suite with large terraces and breath-taking sea views as well as 24 Chic Suites, all of which come with spacious terraces. In keeping with the ME by Meliá brand, ME Sitges Terramar’s interiors will be a fusion of contemporary and innovative design with cream and grey hues. The hotel has been renovated by design studio, LaGranja, which is based in Barcelona.

The property will offer two restaurants, including Beso Sitges, which comprises of 200 covers and feature Mediterranean-inspired dishes, paellas and an extensive cocktail menu, as well as Beso Beach, located on the beachfront, perfect for chilling out to laid-back lounge music, while taking in the magnificent Sitges sunset. Guests will be able to enjoy the ultimate Gourmet experience, with a delicious menu of Basque recipes with touches of local cuisine and seasonal ingredients. ME Sitges Terramar will also feature the Oyster Bar located in the lobby, offering the best selection of fresh oysters, crab and seafood, as well as cheeses and charcuterie, accompanied by an extensive list of wines and Champagne. While guests relaxing by the pool can enjoy delicious natural juices, smoothies and superfood cocktails at Pool Bar.

ME by Meliá hotels are renowned for their breath-taking rooftop spaces, with the brand’s flagship hotel ME London, ME Milan Il Duca and ME Madrid Reina Victoria featuring rooftop bars with impressive skyline views.

Opening this summer, RADIO ME Sitges, Rooftop Bar will also offer panoramic views of the surrounding area where guests can relax under the stars, chill out to music and enjoy a signature cocktail.

Guests will be able to indulge in ‘ME time’ at the Spa, which will offer a range of relaxing massages and personalised treatments. ME Sitges Terramar will also provide an out-of-the-ordinary backdrop for holding meetings, events and private parties as well as offering free, high-speed Wi-Fi.

René Hoeltschl, General Manager of ME Sitges Terramar, said: “ME Sitges Terramar will be a hotel-destination on the Mediterranean coast which will become a “must” for sophisticated travellers seeking a place in which to rest their body and mind. ME Sitges Terramar takes the attributes of the ME by Meliá brand to another level after its great success with the most discerning travellers on the beaches of Ibiza, Mallorca and Los Cabos.”

ME by Meliá is for culture-seeking guests that are driven by new luxury experiences. The brand has been built on first-rate service and ME Sitges Terramar is no exception. Each guest’s stay is orchestrated by a dedicated Aura Manager, whose job it is to know the coastal town back-to-front and use this knowledge to make the hotel’s service truly bespoke.

Jo Downs launches new chandelier lighting collection

British designer Jo Downs has unveiled new work at the cutting edge of contemporary glass design, expanding her portfolio for the first time to the creation of spectacular chandelier lighting. Cut, crafted, fired and finished at her Cornwall studio, these uniquely beautiful works represent the next step in the complex field of fused-glass design, and are available as part of Jo’s bespoke design service.

From her trademark, ocean inspired motifs, to geometrically inspired collections, these new works update the classic concept of the chandelier for the 21 st century interior design market and are currently on show at her flagship galleries in Ripley, Surrey, and Launceston, Cornwall.

The launch also marks the beginning of a new creative partnership between Jo Downs Handmade Glass and design company Northern Lights, who have been creating inspiring lighting solutions since 1987, and have worked with Jo to create integrated lighting for her new range of chandeliers.


See Jacques Garcia’s 6-year hotel transformation

L’oscar is an exclusive new 39-bedroom luxury hotel and a previously-abandoned architectural gem, now fantastically-restored and re-imagined in all its Baroque glory.

Once left derelict, this 110-year-old treasure has been subject to a no-expense-spared refurbishment by highly-esteemed French architect and designer Jacques Garcia.

Hidden in the heart of one of London’s trendiest Borough’s, on Southampton Row, it boasts a spectacular octagonal chapel alongside ornate ceilings, carved fireplaces, oak panelling and magnificently proportioned rooms, all cleverly complemented by a mischievously-talented redesign that adds elegant and unexpected new twists.

Every room is delightfully individual, with extravagant styling, high ceilings, large windows and a wealth of original detail, all personalised and curated by Garcia’s high-quality design. The staff, overseen by General Manager, Michael Voigt, promise to deliver the highest levels of service, while the restaurant and bar, The Baptist, run by Executive Chef Tony Fleming, takes pride of place in the Grade II building’s breath-taking and architecturally-significant chapel.

Far from its original purpose, L’oscar promises to be a visual and gastronomic temptation when it opens May 2018.

Mouth & foot artist Tom Yendell to showcase works at next week’s HD Meet Up

Original artwork will be on display at the leading networking event for hospitality and interiorsprofessionals

Tom Yendell, a leading light in the Mouth and Foot Painting Artists (MFPA) partnership, will be showcasing his original artwork at the HD Meet Up networking event next week.

The MFPA is part of an international self-help association of artists (Association of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists – AMFPA), who paint without the use of their hands.

The partnership is working with hotels, restaurants, serviced apartments and other venues to have its members’ art placed in a public environment.

The HD Meet Up takes place on Wednesday 21st March at The London Edition – located in Fitzrovia on the edge of Soho – between 6pm-9.30pm.

It’s completely free for hoteliers and designers to attend click here to confirm your attendance.

Tom Yendell, of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists, said: “After 60 years of producing cards, calendars and wrapping paper Mouth and Foot Painting Artists are excited to be providing their inspirational artwork for hotels, restaurants, serviced apartments and other venues to hang on their walls. We believe that by having a small photograph of our fantastic artists working and a small biography displayed on or next to the stretched canvas or framed print, will enhance the customer experience.”

Katy Phillips, Publisher at Hotel Designs, added: “We’re delighted to be able to showcase the work of Tom and other MFPA artists at the HD Meet Up – It’s a great opportunity for designers to network with up and coming artistic talent and view their work. We can’t wait to welcome everyone to the event.”

We have designers and hoteliers from the likes of Chocolate Boutique Hotel, CourtHouse Hotel, Blush International, Fitzroy of London, Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, GLH Hotels, 33 Interiors, Alexander James Interiors, Associated Designers, David Collins Studio Ltd, Dawson Design Associates, EHG Home, Elegance interiors, GA Design, Gensler, Grimshaw, Inspired By Design, KCA International, M Studio, Nina Campbell, Oro Bianco Interior Design, Osborn Interiors, Rethink Interiors, Russel Sage Studio, RWD, Scott Brownrigg, SMC Design, Stern Graham Director, Tara Bernerd & Partners, The Plant, Twenty2 Degrees, Two Company Interior Design Ltd, UpCircle, Vallgren & Co Design Studio, Yoo worldwide, and many more.

If you are a supplier to the hospitality industry looking to meet top names from both industries, contact Jennie Lane on 01992 374098 or on [email protected]– or click here to book your place.

The Hotel Designs spring Meet Up is completely free for hoteliers and designers click here to confirm your attendance.

Yabu Pushelberg completes Four Seasons NY Downtown project

Dark wood and soft colours feature prominently

The international acclaimed architecture and interior design firm Yabu Pushelberg has completed the interiors for the Four Seasons New York Downtown hotel.

The hotel – which has just received a five-star rating from Forbes Travel Guide – is located in a tower known as 30 Park Place, which was completed by US architect Robert A. M. Stern in 2016. The 189-room luxury hotel is situated on the lower floors, with 157 private residences accommodated on top.

Yabu Pushelberg was invited to create the hotel interior design for the three lowest levels which feature the guest amenities, plus the hotel bedrooms above. The design duo used dark wood in the public spaces and soft colors in the guest rooms.

The hotel boasts an eye-catching entrance on the ground floor, where visitors enter through a pair of giant glass doors. These lead to the lobby and a business centre, which are separated into a series of smaller spaces which include lounges and a coffee bar.


Bottom section news

Luxury lifestyle hotel brand, ME by Meliá, has launched its first property on the Catalan coast, ME Sitges Terramar, which will open officially during Spring 2018. Located just 20 miles along the coast from Barcelona, it follows the success of ME Mallorca and ME Ibiza in the Balearic Islands and represents a luxurious addition to one of Spain’s most renowned destinations.

Owned and developed by Hotel Investment Partners and located in the vibrant Paseo Marítimo in Sitges, ME Sitges Terramar is surrounded by palm trees and situated on the seafront, offering a tranquil, relaxing setting, with thriving bars, restaurants and shops nearby. Sitges, a beautiful, Mediterranean, gay-friendly beach town capital is just 16 miles from Barcelona Airport (BCN) by car, making it a popular coastal destination. With 26 beautiful beaches, historic architecture, from Renaissance to Art Nouveau, museums, water sports and golf, as well as an array of friendly, quirky pop-up beach bars and a vibrant nightlife, Sitges is fast becoming a mini Ibiza.

ME Sitges Terramar boasts 213 rooms, nearly all of which feature stunning sea views. The iconic ME Suite will provide guests with panoramic sea views, a private social lounge and a ME+ Service, which includes a variety of luxury privileges. The hotel also features the Personality Suite with large terraces and breath-taking sea views as well as 24 Chic Suites, all of which come with spacious terraces. In keeping with the ME by Meliá brand, ME Sitges Terramar’s interiors will be a fusion of contemporary and innovative design with cream and grey hues. The hotel has been renovated by design studio, LaGranja, which is based in Barcelona.

The property will offer two restaurants, including Beso Sitges, which comprises of 200 covers and feature Mediterranean-inspired dishes, paellas and an extensive cocktail menu, as well as Beso Beach, located on the beachfront, perfect for chilling out to laid-back lounge music, while taking in the magnificent Sitges sunset. Guests will be able to enjoy the ultimate Gourmet experience, with a delicious menu of Basque recipes with touches of local cuisine and seasonal ingredients. ME Sitges Terramar will also feature the Oyster Bar located in the lobby, offering the best selection of fresh oysters, crab and seafood, as well as cheeses and charcuterie, accompanied by an extensive list of wines and Champagne. While guests relaxing by the pool can enjoy delicious natural juices, smoothies and superfood cocktails at Pool Bar.

ME by Meliá hotels are renowned for their breath-taking rooftop spaces, with the brand’s flagship hotel ME London, ME Milan Il Duca and ME Madrid Reina Victoria featuring rooftop bars with impressive skyline views.

Opening this summer, RADIO ME Sitges, Rooftop Bar will also offer panoramic views of the surrounding area where guests can relax under the stars, chill out to music and enjoy a signature cocktail.

Guests will be able to indulge in ‘ME time’ at the Spa, which will offer a range of relaxing massages and personalised treatments. ME Sitges Terramar will also provide an out-of-the-ordinary backdrop for holding meetings, events and private parties as well as offering free, high-speed Wi-Fi.

René Hoeltschl, General Manager of ME Sitges Terramar, said: “ME Sitges Terramar will be a hotel-destination on the Mediterranean coast which will become a “must” for sophisticated travellers seeking a place in which to rest their body and mind. ME Sitges Terramar takes the attributes of the ME by Meliá brand to another level after its great success with the most discerning travellers on the beaches of Ibiza, Mallorca and Los Cabos.”

ME by Meliá is for culture-seeking guests that are driven by new luxury experiences. The brand has been built on first-rate service and ME Sitges Terramar is no exception. Each guest’s stay is orchestrated by a dedicated Aura Manager, whose job it is to know the coastal town back-to-front and use this knowledge to make the hotel’s service truly bespoke.

Jo Downs launches new chandelier lighting collection

British designer Jo Downs has unveiled new work at the cutting edge of contemporary glass design, expanding her portfolio for the first time to the creation of spectacular chandelier lighting. Cut, crafted, fired and finished at her Cornwall studio, these uniquely beautiful works represent the next step in the complex field of fused-glass design, and are available as part of Jo’s bespoke design service.

From her trademark, ocean inspired motifs, to geometrically inspired collections, these new works update the classic concept of the chandelier for the 21 st century interior design market and are currently on show at her flagship galleries in Ripley, Surrey, and Launceston, Cornwall.

The launch also marks the beginning of a new creative partnership between Jo Downs Handmade Glass and design company Northern Lights, who have been creating inspiring lighting solutions since 1987, and have worked with Jo to create integrated lighting for her new range of chandeliers.


See Jacques Garcia’s 6-year hotel transformation

L’oscar is an exclusive new 39-bedroom luxury hotel and a previously-abandoned architectural gem, now fantastically-restored and re-imagined in all its Baroque glory.

Once left derelict, this 110-year-old treasure has been subject to a no-expense-spared refurbishment by highly-esteemed French architect and designer Jacques Garcia.

Hidden in the heart of one of London’s trendiest Borough’s, on Southampton Row, it boasts a spectacular octagonal chapel alongside ornate ceilings, carved fireplaces, oak panelling and magnificently proportioned rooms, all cleverly complemented by a mischievously-talented redesign that adds elegant and unexpected new twists.

Every room is delightfully individual, with extravagant styling, high ceilings, large windows and a wealth of original detail, all personalised and curated by Garcia’s high-quality design. The staff, overseen by General Manager, Michael Voigt, promise to deliver the highest levels of service, while the restaurant and bar, The Baptist, run by Executive Chef Tony Fleming, takes pride of place in the Grade II building’s breath-taking and architecturally-significant chapel.

Far from its original purpose, L’oscar promises to be a visual and gastronomic temptation when it opens May 2018.

Mouth & foot artist Tom Yendell to showcase works at next week’s HD Meet Up

Original artwork will be on display at the leading networking event for hospitality and interiorsprofessionals

Tom Yendell, a leading light in the Mouth and Foot Painting Artists (MFPA) partnership, will be showcasing his original artwork at the HD Meet Up networking event next week.

The MFPA is part of an international self-help association of artists (Association of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists – AMFPA), who paint without the use of their hands.

The partnership is working with hotels, restaurants, serviced apartments and other venues to have its members’ art placed in a public environment.

The HD Meet Up takes place on Wednesday 21st March at The London Edition – located in Fitzrovia on the edge of Soho – between 6pm-9.30pm.

It’s completely free for hoteliers and designers to attend click here to confirm your attendance.

Tom Yendell, of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists, said: “After 60 years of producing cards, calendars and wrapping paper Mouth and Foot Painting Artists are excited to be providing their inspirational artwork for hotels, restaurants, serviced apartments and other venues to hang on their walls. We believe that by having a small photograph of our fantastic artists working and a small biography displayed on or next to the stretched canvas or framed print, will enhance the customer experience.”

Katy Phillips, Publisher at Hotel Designs, added: “We’re delighted to be able to showcase the work of Tom and other MFPA artists at the HD Meet Up – It’s a great opportunity for designers to network with up and coming artistic talent and view their work. We can’t wait to welcome everyone to the event.”

We have designers and hoteliers from the likes of Chocolate Boutique Hotel, CourtHouse Hotel, Blush International, Fitzroy of London, Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, GLH Hotels, 33 Interiors, Alexander James Interiors, Associated Designers, David Collins Studio Ltd, Dawson Design Associates, EHG Home, Elegance interiors, GA Design, Gensler, Grimshaw, Inspired By Design, KCA International, M Studio, Nina Campbell, Oro Bianco Interior Design, Osborn Interiors, Rethink Interiors, Russel Sage Studio, RWD, Scott Brownrigg, SMC Design, Stern Graham Director, Tara Bernerd & Partners, The Plant, Twenty2 Degrees, Two Company Interior Design Ltd, UpCircle, Vallgren & Co Design Studio, Yoo worldwide, and many more.

If you are a supplier to the hospitality industry looking to meet top names from both industries, contact Jennie Lane on 01992 374098 or on [email protected]– or click here to book your place.

The Hotel Designs spring Meet Up is completely free for hoteliers and designers click here to confirm your attendance.

Yabu Pushelberg completes Four Seasons NY Downtown project

Dark wood and soft colours feature prominently

The international acclaimed architecture and interior design firm Yabu Pushelberg has completed the interiors for the Four Seasons New York Downtown hotel.

The hotel – which has just received a five-star rating from Forbes Travel Guide – is located in a tower known as 30 Park Place, which was completed by US architect Robert A. M. Stern in 2016. The 189-room luxury hotel is situated on the lower floors, with 157 private residences accommodated on top.

Yabu Pushelberg was invited to create the hotel interior design for the three lowest levels which feature the guest amenities, plus the hotel bedrooms above. The design duo used dark wood in the public spaces and soft colors in the guest rooms.

The hotel boasts an eye-catching entrance on the ground floor, where visitors enter through a pair of giant glass doors. These lead to the lobby and a business centre, which are separated into a series of smaller spaces which include lounges and a coffee bar.


Bottom section news

Luxury lifestyle hotel brand, ME by Meliá, has launched its first property on the Catalan coast, ME Sitges Terramar, which will open officially during Spring 2018. Located just 20 miles along the coast from Barcelona, it follows the success of ME Mallorca and ME Ibiza in the Balearic Islands and represents a luxurious addition to one of Spain’s most renowned destinations.

Owned and developed by Hotel Investment Partners and located in the vibrant Paseo Marítimo in Sitges, ME Sitges Terramar is surrounded by palm trees and situated on the seafront, offering a tranquil, relaxing setting, with thriving bars, restaurants and shops nearby. Sitges, a beautiful, Mediterranean, gay-friendly beach town capital is just 16 miles from Barcelona Airport (BCN) by car, making it a popular coastal destination. With 26 beautiful beaches, historic architecture, from Renaissance to Art Nouveau, museums, water sports and golf, as well as an array of friendly, quirky pop-up beach bars and a vibrant nightlife, Sitges is fast becoming a mini Ibiza.

ME Sitges Terramar boasts 213 rooms, nearly all of which feature stunning sea views. The iconic ME Suite will provide guests with panoramic sea views, a private social lounge and a ME+ Service, which includes a variety of luxury privileges. The hotel also features the Personality Suite with large terraces and breath-taking sea views as well as 24 Chic Suites, all of which come with spacious terraces. In keeping with the ME by Meliá brand, ME Sitges Terramar’s interiors will be a fusion of contemporary and innovative design with cream and grey hues. The hotel has been renovated by design studio, LaGranja, which is based in Barcelona.

The property will offer two restaurants, including Beso Sitges, which comprises of 200 covers and feature Mediterranean-inspired dishes, paellas and an extensive cocktail menu, as well as Beso Beach, located on the beachfront, perfect for chilling out to laid-back lounge music, while taking in the magnificent Sitges sunset. Guests will be able to enjoy the ultimate Gourmet experience, with a delicious menu of Basque recipes with touches of local cuisine and seasonal ingredients. ME Sitges Terramar will also feature the Oyster Bar located in the lobby, offering the best selection of fresh oysters, crab and seafood, as well as cheeses and charcuterie, accompanied by an extensive list of wines and Champagne. While guests relaxing by the pool can enjoy delicious natural juices, smoothies and superfood cocktails at Pool Bar.

ME by Meliá hotels are renowned for their breath-taking rooftop spaces, with the brand’s flagship hotel ME London, ME Milan Il Duca and ME Madrid Reina Victoria featuring rooftop bars with impressive skyline views.

Opening this summer, RADIO ME Sitges, Rooftop Bar will also offer panoramic views of the surrounding area where guests can relax under the stars, chill out to music and enjoy a signature cocktail.

Guests will be able to indulge in ‘ME time’ at the Spa, which will offer a range of relaxing massages and personalised treatments. ME Sitges Terramar will also provide an out-of-the-ordinary backdrop for holding meetings, events and private parties as well as offering free, high-speed Wi-Fi.

René Hoeltschl, General Manager of ME Sitges Terramar, said: “ME Sitges Terramar will be a hotel-destination on the Mediterranean coast which will become a “must” for sophisticated travellers seeking a place in which to rest their body and mind. ME Sitges Terramar takes the attributes of the ME by Meliá brand to another level after its great success with the most discerning travellers on the beaches of Ibiza, Mallorca and Los Cabos.”

ME by Meliá is for culture-seeking guests that are driven by new luxury experiences. The brand has been built on first-rate service and ME Sitges Terramar is no exception. Each guest’s stay is orchestrated by a dedicated Aura Manager, whose job it is to know the coastal town back-to-front and use this knowledge to make the hotel’s service truly bespoke.

Jo Downs launches new chandelier lighting collection

British designer Jo Downs has unveiled new work at the cutting edge of contemporary glass design, expanding her portfolio for the first time to the creation of spectacular chandelier lighting. Cut, crafted, fired and finished at her Cornwall studio, these uniquely beautiful works represent the next step in the complex field of fused-glass design, and are available as part of Jo’s bespoke design service.

From her trademark, ocean inspired motifs, to geometrically inspired collections, these new works update the classic concept of the chandelier for the 21 st century interior design market and are currently on show at her flagship galleries in Ripley, Surrey, and Launceston, Cornwall.

The launch also marks the beginning of a new creative partnership between Jo Downs Handmade Glass and design company Northern Lights, who have been creating inspiring lighting solutions since 1987, and have worked with Jo to create integrated lighting for her new range of chandeliers.


See Jacques Garcia’s 6-year hotel transformation

L’oscar is an exclusive new 39-bedroom luxury hotel and a previously-abandoned architectural gem, now fantastically-restored and re-imagined in all its Baroque glory.

Once left derelict, this 110-year-old treasure has been subject to a no-expense-spared refurbishment by highly-esteemed French architect and designer Jacques Garcia.

Hidden in the heart of one of London’s trendiest Borough’s, on Southampton Row, it boasts a spectacular octagonal chapel alongside ornate ceilings, carved fireplaces, oak panelling and magnificently proportioned rooms, all cleverly complemented by a mischievously-talented redesign that adds elegant and unexpected new twists.

Every room is delightfully individual, with extravagant styling, high ceilings, large windows and a wealth of original detail, all personalised and curated by Garcia’s high-quality design. The staff, overseen by General Manager, Michael Voigt, promise to deliver the highest levels of service, while the restaurant and bar, The Baptist, run by Executive Chef Tony Fleming, takes pride of place in the Grade II building’s breath-taking and architecturally-significant chapel.

Far from its original purpose, L’oscar promises to be a visual and gastronomic temptation when it opens May 2018.

Mouth & foot artist Tom Yendell to showcase works at next week’s HD Meet Up

Original artwork will be on display at the leading networking event for hospitality and interiorsprofessionals

Tom Yendell, a leading light in the Mouth and Foot Painting Artists (MFPA) partnership, will be showcasing his original artwork at the HD Meet Up networking event next week.

The MFPA is part of an international self-help association of artists (Association of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists – AMFPA), who paint without the use of their hands.

The partnership is working with hotels, restaurants, serviced apartments and other venues to have its members’ art placed in a public environment.

The HD Meet Up takes place on Wednesday 21st March at The London Edition – located in Fitzrovia on the edge of Soho – between 6pm-9.30pm.

It’s completely free for hoteliers and designers to attend click here to confirm your attendance.

Tom Yendell, of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists, said: “After 60 years of producing cards, calendars and wrapping paper Mouth and Foot Painting Artists are excited to be providing their inspirational artwork for hotels, restaurants, serviced apartments and other venues to hang on their walls. We believe that by having a small photograph of our fantastic artists working and a small biography displayed on or next to the stretched canvas or framed print, will enhance the customer experience.”

Katy Phillips, Publisher at Hotel Designs, added: “We’re delighted to be able to showcase the work of Tom and other MFPA artists at the HD Meet Up – It’s a great opportunity for designers to network with up and coming artistic talent and view their work. We can’t wait to welcome everyone to the event.”

We have designers and hoteliers from the likes of Chocolate Boutique Hotel, CourtHouse Hotel, Blush International, Fitzroy of London, Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, GLH Hotels, 33 Interiors, Alexander James Interiors, Associated Designers, David Collins Studio Ltd, Dawson Design Associates, EHG Home, Elegance interiors, GA Design, Gensler, Grimshaw, Inspired By Design, KCA International, M Studio, Nina Campbell, Oro Bianco Interior Design, Osborn Interiors, Rethink Interiors, Russel Sage Studio, RWD, Scott Brownrigg, SMC Design, Stern Graham Director, Tara Bernerd & Partners, The Plant, Twenty2 Degrees, Two Company Interior Design Ltd, UpCircle, Vallgren & Co Design Studio, Yoo worldwide, and many more.

If you are a supplier to the hospitality industry looking to meet top names from both industries, contact Jennie Lane on 01992 374098 or on [email protected]– or click here to book your place.

The Hotel Designs spring Meet Up is completely free for hoteliers and designers click here to confirm your attendance.

Yabu Pushelberg completes Four Seasons NY Downtown project

Dark wood and soft colours feature prominently

The international acclaimed architecture and interior design firm Yabu Pushelberg has completed the interiors for the Four Seasons New York Downtown hotel.

The hotel – which has just received a five-star rating from Forbes Travel Guide – is located in a tower known as 30 Park Place, which was completed by US architect Robert A. M. Stern in 2016. The 189-room luxury hotel is situated on the lower floors, with 157 private residences accommodated on top.

Yabu Pushelberg was invited to create the hotel interior design for the three lowest levels which feature the guest amenities, plus the hotel bedrooms above. The design duo used dark wood in the public spaces and soft colors in the guest rooms.

The hotel boasts an eye-catching entrance on the ground floor, where visitors enter through a pair of giant glass doors. These lead to the lobby and a business centre, which are separated into a series of smaller spaces which include lounges and a coffee bar.


Bottom section news

Luxury lifestyle hotel brand, ME by Meliá, has launched its first property on the Catalan coast, ME Sitges Terramar, which will open officially during Spring 2018. Located just 20 miles along the coast from Barcelona, it follows the success of ME Mallorca and ME Ibiza in the Balearic Islands and represents a luxurious addition to one of Spain’s most renowned destinations.

Owned and developed by Hotel Investment Partners and located in the vibrant Paseo Marítimo in Sitges, ME Sitges Terramar is surrounded by palm trees and situated on the seafront, offering a tranquil, relaxing setting, with thriving bars, restaurants and shops nearby. Sitges, a beautiful, Mediterranean, gay-friendly beach town capital is just 16 miles from Barcelona Airport (BCN) by car, making it a popular coastal destination. With 26 beautiful beaches, historic architecture, from Renaissance to Art Nouveau, museums, water sports and golf, as well as an array of friendly, quirky pop-up beach bars and a vibrant nightlife, Sitges is fast becoming a mini Ibiza.

ME Sitges Terramar boasts 213 rooms, nearly all of which feature stunning sea views. The iconic ME Suite will provide guests with panoramic sea views, a private social lounge and a ME+ Service, which includes a variety of luxury privileges. The hotel also features the Personality Suite with large terraces and breath-taking sea views as well as 24 Chic Suites, all of which come with spacious terraces. In keeping with the ME by Meliá brand, ME Sitges Terramar’s interiors will be a fusion of contemporary and innovative design with cream and grey hues. The hotel has been renovated by design studio, LaGranja, which is based in Barcelona.

The property will offer two restaurants, including Beso Sitges, which comprises of 200 covers and feature Mediterranean-inspired dishes, paellas and an extensive cocktail menu, as well as Beso Beach, located on the beachfront, perfect for chilling out to laid-back lounge music, while taking in the magnificent Sitges sunset. Guests will be able to enjoy the ultimate Gourmet experience, with a delicious menu of Basque recipes with touches of local cuisine and seasonal ingredients. ME Sitges Terramar will also feature the Oyster Bar located in the lobby, offering the best selection of fresh oysters, crab and seafood, as well as cheeses and charcuterie, accompanied by an extensive list of wines and Champagne. While guests relaxing by the pool can enjoy delicious natural juices, smoothies and superfood cocktails at Pool Bar.

ME by Meliá hotels are renowned for their breath-taking rooftop spaces, with the brand’s flagship hotel ME London, ME Milan Il Duca and ME Madrid Reina Victoria featuring rooftop bars with impressive skyline views.

Opening this summer, RADIO ME Sitges, Rooftop Bar will also offer panoramic views of the surrounding area where guests can relax under the stars, chill out to music and enjoy a signature cocktail.

Guests will be able to indulge in ‘ME time’ at the Spa, which will offer a range of relaxing massages and personalised treatments. ME Sitges Terramar will also provide an out-of-the-ordinary backdrop for holding meetings, events and private parties as well as offering free, high-speed Wi-Fi.

René Hoeltschl, General Manager of ME Sitges Terramar, said: “ME Sitges Terramar will be a hotel-destination on the Mediterranean coast which will become a “must” for sophisticated travellers seeking a place in which to rest their body and mind. ME Sitges Terramar takes the attributes of the ME by Meliá brand to another level after its great success with the most discerning travellers on the beaches of Ibiza, Mallorca and Los Cabos.”

ME by Meliá is for culture-seeking guests that are driven by new luxury experiences. The brand has been built on first-rate service and ME Sitges Terramar is no exception. Each guest’s stay is orchestrated by a dedicated Aura Manager, whose job it is to know the coastal town back-to-front and use this knowledge to make the hotel’s service truly bespoke.

Jo Downs launches new chandelier lighting collection

British designer Jo Downs has unveiled new work at the cutting edge of contemporary glass design, expanding her portfolio for the first time to the creation of spectacular chandelier lighting. Cut, crafted, fired and finished at her Cornwall studio, these uniquely beautiful works represent the next step in the complex field of fused-glass design, and are available as part of Jo’s bespoke design service.

From her trademark, ocean inspired motifs, to geometrically inspired collections, these new works update the classic concept of the chandelier for the 21 st century interior design market and are currently on show at her flagship galleries in Ripley, Surrey, and Launceston, Cornwall.

The launch also marks the beginning of a new creative partnership between Jo Downs Handmade Glass and design company Northern Lights, who have been creating inspiring lighting solutions since 1987, and have worked with Jo to create integrated lighting for her new range of chandeliers.


See Jacques Garcia’s 6-year hotel transformation

L’oscar is an exclusive new 39-bedroom luxury hotel and a previously-abandoned architectural gem, now fantastically-restored and re-imagined in all its Baroque glory.

Once left derelict, this 110-year-old treasure has been subject to a no-expense-spared refurbishment by highly-esteemed French architect and designer Jacques Garcia.

Hidden in the heart of one of London’s trendiest Borough’s, on Southampton Row, it boasts a spectacular octagonal chapel alongside ornate ceilings, carved fireplaces, oak panelling and magnificently proportioned rooms, all cleverly complemented by a mischievously-talented redesign that adds elegant and unexpected new twists.

Every room is delightfully individual, with extravagant styling, high ceilings, large windows and a wealth of original detail, all personalised and curated by Garcia’s high-quality design. The staff, overseen by General Manager, Michael Voigt, promise to deliver the highest levels of service, while the restaurant and bar, The Baptist, run by Executive Chef Tony Fleming, takes pride of place in the Grade II building’s breath-taking and architecturally-significant chapel.

Far from its original purpose, L’oscar promises to be a visual and gastronomic temptation when it opens May 2018.

Mouth & foot artist Tom Yendell to showcase works at next week’s HD Meet Up

Original artwork will be on display at the leading networking event for hospitality and interiorsprofessionals

Tom Yendell, a leading light in the Mouth and Foot Painting Artists (MFPA) partnership, will be showcasing his original artwork at the HD Meet Up networking event next week.

The MFPA is part of an international self-help association of artists (Association of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists – AMFPA), who paint without the use of their hands.

The partnership is working with hotels, restaurants, serviced apartments and other venues to have its members’ art placed in a public environment.

The HD Meet Up takes place on Wednesday 21st March at The London Edition – located in Fitzrovia on the edge of Soho – between 6pm-9.30pm.

It’s completely free for hoteliers and designers to attend click here to confirm your attendance.

Tom Yendell, of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists, said: “After 60 years of producing cards, calendars and wrapping paper Mouth and Foot Painting Artists are excited to be providing their inspirational artwork for hotels, restaurants, serviced apartments and other venues to hang on their walls. We believe that by having a small photograph of our fantastic artists working and a small biography displayed on or next to the stretched canvas or framed print, will enhance the customer experience.”

Katy Phillips, Publisher at Hotel Designs, added: “We’re delighted to be able to showcase the work of Tom and other MFPA artists at the HD Meet Up – It’s a great opportunity for designers to network with up and coming artistic talent and view their work. We can’t wait to welcome everyone to the event.”

We have designers and hoteliers from the likes of Chocolate Boutique Hotel, CourtHouse Hotel, Blush International, Fitzroy of London, Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, GLH Hotels, 33 Interiors, Alexander James Interiors, Associated Designers, David Collins Studio Ltd, Dawson Design Associates, EHG Home, Elegance interiors, GA Design, Gensler, Grimshaw, Inspired By Design, KCA International, M Studio, Nina Campbell, Oro Bianco Interior Design, Osborn Interiors, Rethink Interiors, Russel Sage Studio, RWD, Scott Brownrigg, SMC Design, Stern Graham Director, Tara Bernerd & Partners, The Plant, Twenty2 Degrees, Two Company Interior Design Ltd, UpCircle, Vallgren & Co Design Studio, Yoo worldwide, and many more.

If you are a supplier to the hospitality industry looking to meet top names from both industries, contact Jennie Lane on 01992 374098 or on [email protected]– or click here to book your place.

The Hotel Designs spring Meet Up is completely free for hoteliers and designers click here to confirm your attendance.

Yabu Pushelberg completes Four Seasons NY Downtown project

Dark wood and soft colours feature prominently

The international acclaimed architecture and interior design firm Yabu Pushelberg has completed the interiors for the Four Seasons New York Downtown hotel.

The hotel – which has just received a five-star rating from Forbes Travel Guide – is located in a tower known as 30 Park Place, which was completed by US architect Robert A. M. Stern in 2016. The 189-room luxury hotel is situated on the lower floors, with 157 private residences accommodated on top.

Yabu Pushelberg was invited to create the hotel interior design for the three lowest levels which feature the guest amenities, plus the hotel bedrooms above. The design duo used dark wood in the public spaces and soft colors in the guest rooms.

The hotel boasts an eye-catching entrance on the ground floor, where visitors enter through a pair of giant glass doors. These lead to the lobby and a business centre, which are separated into a series of smaller spaces which include lounges and a coffee bar.


Bottom section news

Luxury lifestyle hotel brand, ME by Meliá, has launched its first property on the Catalan coast, ME Sitges Terramar, which will open officially during Spring 2018. Located just 20 miles along the coast from Barcelona, it follows the success of ME Mallorca and ME Ibiza in the Balearic Islands and represents a luxurious addition to one of Spain’s most renowned destinations.

Owned and developed by Hotel Investment Partners and located in the vibrant Paseo Marítimo in Sitges, ME Sitges Terramar is surrounded by palm trees and situated on the seafront, offering a tranquil, relaxing setting, with thriving bars, restaurants and shops nearby. Sitges, a beautiful, Mediterranean, gay-friendly beach town capital is just 16 miles from Barcelona Airport (BCN) by car, making it a popular coastal destination. With 26 beautiful beaches, historic architecture, from Renaissance to Art Nouveau, museums, water sports and golf, as well as an array of friendly, quirky pop-up beach bars and a vibrant nightlife, Sitges is fast becoming a mini Ibiza.

ME Sitges Terramar boasts 213 rooms, nearly all of which feature stunning sea views. The iconic ME Suite will provide guests with panoramic sea views, a private social lounge and a ME+ Service, which includes a variety of luxury privileges. The hotel also features the Personality Suite with large terraces and breath-taking sea views as well as 24 Chic Suites, all of which come with spacious terraces. In keeping with the ME by Meliá brand, ME Sitges Terramar’s interiors will be a fusion of contemporary and innovative design with cream and grey hues. The hotel has been renovated by design studio, LaGranja, which is based in Barcelona.

The property will offer two restaurants, including Beso Sitges, which comprises of 200 covers and feature Mediterranean-inspired dishes, paellas and an extensive cocktail menu, as well as Beso Beach, located on the beachfront, perfect for chilling out to laid-back lounge music, while taking in the magnificent Sitges sunset. Guests will be able to enjoy the ultimate Gourmet experience, with a delicious menu of Basque recipes with touches of local cuisine and seasonal ingredients. ME Sitges Terramar will also feature the Oyster Bar located in the lobby, offering the best selection of fresh oysters, crab and seafood, as well as cheeses and charcuterie, accompanied by an extensive list of wines and Champagne. While guests relaxing by the pool can enjoy delicious natural juices, smoothies and superfood cocktails at Pool Bar.

ME by Meliá hotels are renowned for their breath-taking rooftop spaces, with the brand’s flagship hotel ME London, ME Milan Il Duca and ME Madrid Reina Victoria featuring rooftop bars with impressive skyline views.

Opening this summer, RADIO ME Sitges, Rooftop Bar will also offer panoramic views of the surrounding area where guests can relax under the stars, chill out to music and enjoy a signature cocktail.

Guests will be able to indulge in ‘ME time’ at the Spa, which will offer a range of relaxing massages and personalised treatments. ME Sitges Terramar will also provide an out-of-the-ordinary backdrop for holding meetings, events and private parties as well as offering free, high-speed Wi-Fi.

René Hoeltschl, General Manager of ME Sitges Terramar, said: “ME Sitges Terramar will be a hotel-destination on the Mediterranean coast which will become a “must” for sophisticated travellers seeking a place in which to rest their body and mind. ME Sitges Terramar takes the attributes of the ME by Meliá brand to another level after its great success with the most discerning travellers on the beaches of Ibiza, Mallorca and Los Cabos.”

ME by Meliá is for culture-seeking guests that are driven by new luxury experiences. The brand has been built on first-rate service and ME Sitges Terramar is no exception. Each guest’s stay is orchestrated by a dedicated Aura Manager, whose job it is to know the coastal town back-to-front and use this knowledge to make the hotel’s service truly bespoke.

Jo Downs launches new chandelier lighting collection

British designer Jo Downs has unveiled new work at the cutting edge of contemporary glass design, expanding her portfolio for the first time to the creation of spectacular chandelier lighting. Cut, crafted, fired and finished at her Cornwall studio, these uniquely beautiful works represent the next step in the complex field of fused-glass design, and are available as part of Jo’s bespoke design service.

From her trademark, ocean inspired motifs, to geometrically inspired collections, these new works update the classic concept of the chandelier for the 21 st century interior design market and are currently on show at her flagship galleries in Ripley, Surrey, and Launceston, Cornwall.

The launch also marks the beginning of a new creative partnership between Jo Downs Handmade Glass and design company Northern Lights, who have been creating inspiring lighting solutions since 1987, and have worked with Jo to create integrated lighting for her new range of chandeliers.


See Jacques Garcia’s 6-year hotel transformation

L’oscar is an exclusive new 39-bedroom luxury hotel and a previously-abandoned architectural gem, now fantastically-restored and re-imagined in all its Baroque glory.

Once left derelict, this 110-year-old treasure has been subject to a no-expense-spared refurbishment by highly-esteemed French architect and designer Jacques Garcia.

Hidden in the heart of one of London’s trendiest Borough’s, on Southampton Row, it boasts a spectacular octagonal chapel alongside ornate ceilings, carved fireplaces, oak panelling and magnificently proportioned rooms, all cleverly complemented by a mischievously-talented redesign that adds elegant and unexpected new twists.

Every room is delightfully individual, with extravagant styling, high ceilings, large windows and a wealth of original detail, all personalised and curated by Garcia’s high-quality design. The staff, overseen by General Manager, Michael Voigt, promise to deliver the highest levels of service, while the restaurant and bar, The Baptist, run by Executive Chef Tony Fleming, takes pride of place in the Grade II building’s breath-taking and architecturally-significant chapel.

Far from its original purpose, L’oscar promises to be a visual and gastronomic temptation when it opens May 2018.

Mouth & foot artist Tom Yendell to showcase works at next week’s HD Meet Up

Original artwork will be on display at the leading networking event for hospitality and interiorsprofessionals

Tom Yendell, a leading light in the Mouth and Foot Painting Artists (MFPA) partnership, will be showcasing his original artwork at the HD Meet Up networking event next week.

The MFPA is part of an international self-help association of artists (Association of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists – AMFPA), who paint without the use of their hands.

The partnership is working with hotels, restaurants, serviced apartments and other venues to have its members’ art placed in a public environment.

The HD Meet Up takes place on Wednesday 21st March at The London Edition – located in Fitzrovia on the edge of Soho – between 6pm-9.30pm.

It’s completely free for hoteliers and designers to attend click here to confirm your attendance.

Tom Yendell, of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists, said: “After 60 years of producing cards, calendars and wrapping paper Mouth and Foot Painting Artists are excited to be providing their inspirational artwork for hotels, restaurants, serviced apartments and other venues to hang on their walls. We believe that by having a small photograph of our fantastic artists working and a small biography displayed on or next to the stretched canvas or framed print, will enhance the customer experience.”

Katy Phillips, Publisher at Hotel Designs, added: “We’re delighted to be able to showcase the work of Tom and other MFPA artists at the HD Meet Up – It’s a great opportunity for designers to network with up and coming artistic talent and view their work. We can’t wait to welcome everyone to the event.”

We have designers and hoteliers from the likes of Chocolate Boutique Hotel, CourtHouse Hotel, Blush International, Fitzroy of London, Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, GLH Hotels, 33 Interiors, Alexander James Interiors, Associated Designers, David Collins Studio Ltd, Dawson Design Associates, EHG Home, Elegance interiors, GA Design, Gensler, Grimshaw, Inspired By Design, KCA International, M Studio, Nina Campbell, Oro Bianco Interior Design, Osborn Interiors, Rethink Interiors, Russel Sage Studio, RWD, Scott Brownrigg, SMC Design, Stern Graham Director, Tara Bernerd & Partners, The Plant, Twenty2 Degrees, Two Company Interior Design Ltd, UpCircle, Vallgren & Co Design Studio, Yoo worldwide, and many more.

If you are a supplier to the hospitality industry looking to meet top names from both industries, contact Jennie Lane on 01992 374098 or on [email protected]– or click here to book your place.

The Hotel Designs spring Meet Up is completely free for hoteliers and designers click here to confirm your attendance.

Yabu Pushelberg completes Four Seasons NY Downtown project

Dark wood and soft colours feature prominently

The international acclaimed architecture and interior design firm Yabu Pushelberg has completed the interiors for the Four Seasons New York Downtown hotel.

The hotel – which has just received a five-star rating from Forbes Travel Guide – is located in a tower known as 30 Park Place, which was completed by US architect Robert A. M. Stern in 2016. The 189-room luxury hotel is situated on the lower floors, with 157 private residences accommodated on top.

Yabu Pushelberg was invited to create the hotel interior design for the three lowest levels which feature the guest amenities, plus the hotel bedrooms above. The design duo used dark wood in the public spaces and soft colors in the guest rooms.

The hotel boasts an eye-catching entrance on the ground floor, where visitors enter through a pair of giant glass doors. These lead to the lobby and a business centre, which are separated into a series of smaller spaces which include lounges and a coffee bar.


Bottom section news

Luxury lifestyle hotel brand, ME by Meliá, has launched its first property on the Catalan coast, ME Sitges Terramar, which will open officially during Spring 2018. Located just 20 miles along the coast from Barcelona, it follows the success of ME Mallorca and ME Ibiza in the Balearic Islands and represents a luxurious addition to one of Spain’s most renowned destinations.

Owned and developed by Hotel Investment Partners and located in the vibrant Paseo Marítimo in Sitges, ME Sitges Terramar is surrounded by palm trees and situated on the seafront, offering a tranquil, relaxing setting, with thriving bars, restaurants and shops nearby. Sitges, a beautiful, Mediterranean, gay-friendly beach town capital is just 16 miles from Barcelona Airport (BCN) by car, making it a popular coastal destination. With 26 beautiful beaches, historic architecture, from Renaissance to Art Nouveau, museums, water sports and golf, as well as an array of friendly, quirky pop-up beach bars and a vibrant nightlife, Sitges is fast becoming a mini Ibiza.

ME Sitges Terramar boasts 213 rooms, nearly all of which feature stunning sea views. The iconic ME Suite will provide guests with panoramic sea views, a private social lounge and a ME+ Service, which includes a variety of luxury privileges. The hotel also features the Personality Suite with large terraces and breath-taking sea views as well as 24 Chic Suites, all of which come with spacious terraces. In keeping with the ME by Meliá brand, ME Sitges Terramar’s interiors will be a fusion of contemporary and innovative design with cream and grey hues. The hotel has been renovated by design studio, LaGranja, which is based in Barcelona.

The property will offer two restaurants, including Beso Sitges, which comprises of 200 covers and feature Mediterranean-inspired dishes, paellas and an extensive cocktail menu, as well as Beso Beach, located on the beachfront, perfect for chilling out to laid-back lounge music, while taking in the magnificent Sitges sunset. Guests will be able to enjoy the ultimate Gourmet experience, with a delicious menu of Basque recipes with touches of local cuisine and seasonal ingredients. ME Sitges Terramar will also feature the Oyster Bar located in the lobby, offering the best selection of fresh oysters, crab and seafood, as well as cheeses and charcuterie, accompanied by an extensive list of wines and Champagne. While guests relaxing by the pool can enjoy delicious natural juices, smoothies and superfood cocktails at Pool Bar.

ME by Meliá hotels are renowned for their breath-taking rooftop spaces, with the brand’s flagship hotel ME London, ME Milan Il Duca and ME Madrid Reina Victoria featuring rooftop bars with impressive skyline views.

Opening this summer, RADIO ME Sitges, Rooftop Bar will also offer panoramic views of the surrounding area where guests can relax under the stars, chill out to music and enjoy a signature cocktail.

Guests will be able to indulge in ‘ME time’ at the Spa, which will offer a range of relaxing massages and personalised treatments. ME Sitges Terramar will also provide an out-of-the-ordinary backdrop for holding meetings, events and private parties as well as offering free, high-speed Wi-Fi.

René Hoeltschl, General Manager of ME Sitges Terramar, said: “ME Sitges Terramar will be a hotel-destination on the Mediterranean coast which will become a “must” for sophisticated travellers seeking a place in which to rest their body and mind. ME Sitges Terramar takes the attributes of the ME by Meliá brand to another level after its great success with the most discerning travellers on the beaches of Ibiza, Mallorca and Los Cabos.”

ME by Meliá is for culture-seeking guests that are driven by new luxury experiences. The brand has been built on first-rate service and ME Sitges Terramar is no exception. Each guest’s stay is orchestrated by a dedicated Aura Manager, whose job it is to know the coastal town back-to-front and use this knowledge to make the hotel’s service truly bespoke.

Jo Downs launches new chandelier lighting collection

British designer Jo Downs has unveiled new work at the cutting edge of contemporary glass design, expanding her portfolio for the first time to the creation of spectacular chandelier lighting. Cut, crafted, fired and finished at her Cornwall studio, these uniquely beautiful works represent the next step in the complex field of fused-glass design, and are available as part of Jo’s bespoke design service.

From her trademark, ocean inspired motifs, to geometrically inspired collections, these new works update the classic concept of the chandelier for the 21 st century interior design market and are currently on show at her flagship galleries in Ripley, Surrey, and Launceston, Cornwall.

The launch also marks the beginning of a new creative partnership between Jo Downs Handmade Glass and design company Northern Lights, who have been creating inspiring lighting solutions since 1987, and have worked with Jo to create integrated lighting for her new range of chandeliers.


See Jacques Garcia’s 6-year hotel transformation

L’oscar is an exclusive new 39-bedroom luxury hotel and a previously-abandoned architectural gem, now fantastically-restored and re-imagined in all its Baroque glory.

Once left derelict, this 110-year-old treasure has been subject to a no-expense-spared refurbishment by highly-esteemed French architect and designer Jacques Garcia.

Hidden in the heart of one of London’s trendiest Borough’s, on Southampton Row, it boasts a spectacular octagonal chapel alongside ornate ceilings, carved fireplaces, oak panelling and magnificently proportioned rooms, all cleverly complemented by a mischievously-talented redesign that adds elegant and unexpected new twists.

Every room is delightfully individual, with extravagant styling, high ceilings, large windows and a wealth of original detail, all personalised and curated by Garcia’s high-quality design. The staff, overseen by General Manager, Michael Voigt, promise to deliver the highest levels of service, while the restaurant and bar, The Baptist, run by Executive Chef Tony Fleming, takes pride of place in the Grade II building’s breath-taking and architecturally-significant chapel.

Far from its original purpose, L’oscar promises to be a visual and gastronomic temptation when it opens May 2018.

Mouth & foot artist Tom Yendell to showcase works at next week’s HD Meet Up

Original artwork will be on display at the leading networking event for hospitality and interiorsprofessionals

Tom Yendell, a leading light in the Mouth and Foot Painting Artists (MFPA) partnership, will be showcasing his original artwork at the HD Meet Up networking event next week.

The MFPA is part of an international self-help association of artists (Association of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists – AMFPA), who paint without the use of their hands.

The partnership is working with hotels, restaurants, serviced apartments and other venues to have its members’ art placed in a public environment.

The HD Meet Up takes place on Wednesday 21st March at The London Edition – located in Fitzrovia on the edge of Soho – between 6pm-9.30pm.

It’s completely free for hoteliers and designers to attend click here to confirm your attendance.

Tom Yendell, of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists, said: “After 60 years of producing cards, calendars and wrapping paper Mouth and Foot Painting Artists are excited to be providing their inspirational artwork for hotels, restaurants, serviced apartments and other venues to hang on their walls. We believe that by having a small photograph of our fantastic artists working and a small biography displayed on or next to the stretched canvas or framed print, will enhance the customer experience.”

Katy Phillips, Publisher at Hotel Designs, added: “We’re delighted to be able to showcase the work of Tom and other MFPA artists at the HD Meet Up – It’s a great opportunity for designers to network with up and coming artistic talent and view their work. We can’t wait to welcome everyone to the event.”

We have designers and hoteliers from the likes of Chocolate Boutique Hotel, CourtHouse Hotel, Blush International, Fitzroy of London, Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, GLH Hotels, 33 Interiors, Alexander James Interiors, Associated Designers, David Collins Studio Ltd, Dawson Design Associates, EHG Home, Elegance interiors, GA Design, Gensler, Grimshaw, Inspired By Design, KCA International, M Studio, Nina Campbell, Oro Bianco Interior Design, Osborn Interiors, Rethink Interiors, Russel Sage Studio, RWD, Scott Brownrigg, SMC Design, Stern Graham Director, Tara Bernerd & Partners, The Plant, Twenty2 Degrees, Two Company Interior Design Ltd, UpCircle, Vallgren & Co Design Studio, Yoo worldwide, and many more.

If you are a supplier to the hospitality industry looking to meet top names from both industries, contact Jennie Lane on 01992 374098 or on [email protected]– or click here to book your place.

The Hotel Designs spring Meet Up is completely free for hoteliers and designers click here to confirm your attendance.

Yabu Pushelberg completes Four Seasons NY Downtown project

Dark wood and soft colours feature prominently

The international acclaimed architecture and interior design firm Yabu Pushelberg has completed the interiors for the Four Seasons New York Downtown hotel.

The hotel – which has just received a five-star rating from Forbes Travel Guide – is located in a tower known as 30 Park Place, which was completed by US architect Robert A. M. Stern in 2016. The 189-room luxury hotel is situated on the lower floors, with 157 private residences accommodated on top.

Yabu Pushelberg was invited to create the hotel interior design for the three lowest levels which feature the guest amenities, plus the hotel bedrooms above. The design duo used dark wood in the public spaces and soft colors in the guest rooms.

The hotel boasts an eye-catching entrance on the ground floor, where visitors enter through a pair of giant glass doors. These lead to the lobby and a business centre, which are separated into a series of smaller spaces which include lounges and a coffee bar.


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