You’ll Fall In Love With The Art At These Hotels…

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The Dolder Grand

Located in Zurich, Switzerland, this hotel is so beautiful that it is a work of art itself with its classic columns and molding. The comfortable seating areas with their vibrant colors accent the collection of artwork they have assembled, including pieces by Takashi Murakami and Anish Kapoor, as well as classics by Andy Warhol and René Magritte.

Wynn Las Vegas

Though Vegas is known for bright neon and flashy buildings, the Wynn Las Vegas shows off everything from a century-old chandelier designed by Gustave Eiffel to Jeff Koons’ giant metalwork and statues. Owner Steve Wynn has spent a lifetime building up his collection and stocking the resort with pieces from esteemed artists around the world.

Hotel Éclat Beijing

At Hotel Éclat in Beijing, the hotel’s architecture and artwork all provide a focus and perspective on organic, contemporary shapes in shiny metallic materials. The hotel features a variety of contemporary Chinese art by Liu Ruowang, Shen Jingdong, and Gao Xiaowu.

Ellerman House

Located in South Africa, the Ellerman house uses elements of stone and a variety of metals and wood tones to accent and capture the essence of the beautiful landscape. Artists from throughout Africa’s history and present are featured throughout the hotel, including pieces by Anton Kannemeyer and Walter Oltmann.

Gramercy Park Hotel, NY

The Gramercy Park Hotel in New York features a unique blend of classical and contemporary styles. This is reflected most clearly through the built in sculptural elements, including a ceiling feature featuring thousands of lightbulbs that create light and texture. The hotel displays work by artists Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Damien Hirst.

Alpina Gstaad, Switzerland

With a backdrop of Switzerland’s famous mountains, the Alpina Gstaad has layered their hotel with contemporary fixtures and classic landscape photography by Michel Comte, in addition to Alexander Calder’s large sculptures. There are over 63 celebrated works featured throughout the hotel by artists known on a global scale.

Belmond La Residencia

Located in Mallorca, Spain, the Belmond la Residencia is furnished with light, airy furniture, and a blend of dark wood tones and whites and creams to keep the room relaxed and fresh. The majority of this hotel’s artwork comes from celebrated artist Joan Miró, with 33 of his works in Café Miró alone.

St. Regis Singapore

With an emphasis on comfort and culture, the St. Regis Singapore contains comfortable, stylish furniture and design along with artwork from some of the most influential artists of the world, both past and present. Works by Pablo Picasso, Fernando Botero, Frank Gehry, and more are all presented at this hotel.

Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi

In this hotel, guests will find works by Middle Eastern and international artists, including Anita Quayyum and John Stango. Many of these works were commissioned specifically for the property, and more than 2,000 works total are displayed across the property.

Palace Hotel Tokyo

At the Palace Hotel Tokyo, the hotel portrays an abstract contemporary theme by blending artwork and artistic traditions from the past and present. The hotel features more than 1,000 pieces of artwork, ranging from paintings to watercolors to sculptures. Many pieces, including those by Satoshi Uchiumi and Shinji Ohmaki, were commissioned specifically for the hotel. To become even more immersed in the world of artwork the hotel has created, guests can participate in an in-house or city art tour.


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