Do you still recall the thrill and excitement you experience during your last trip? Where do you long for the most when it comes to destinations for healing and relaxation? Which countries’ customs and cultures fascinate you the most?
Although leaving for your desired destinations right away is less likely to happen at the moment, nothing could stop all the travellers, wanderlusts, and explorers from planning their next trip now. Suggested accommodations from Rosewood below could provide you some ideas to plan your dream itinerary.
Rosewood is renowned for having one-of-a-kind properties in some of the most desirable destinations in the world. Embracing the brand’s A Sense of Place® philosophy, the properties of Rosewood reflect the individual location’s history, culture and sensibilities. From romantic Europe to tropical Asia, you can find the legendary and iconic Rosewood properties. Every journey is precious, it is even more precious after being grounded for a long time. Rosewood hotels are no doubt your top priority when it comes to accommodations since it provides the best facilities and services in the industry to comfort your mind and soul.
Rosewood Hotels & Resorts®: Hôtel de Crillon, A Rosewood Hotel, Rosewood
London and Rosewood Bangkok
Hôtel de Crillon, A Rosewood Hotel - Timeless Parisian landmark hotel begins a new chapter
in its history
Fronted by the majestic architecture of Ange-Jacques Gabriel, Hôtel de Crillon, A Rosewood Hotel faces the
spectacular Place de la Concorde, one of the most beautiful city-squares in the world. In keeping with RosewoodHotels & Resorts’ concept in which each property reflects its location’s history, culture and sensibilities, Hôtel de Crillon’s design has been reinterpreted through the collective work of leading architects, designers, artisans, and artists.
History has been brought to life with a fresh and modern twist, while beloved and unique objects emblematic
to the hotel’s history can still be found throughout the property. Architect Richard Martinet
led the whole restoration and renovation of Hôtel de Crillon including the landmark façade and grand reception rooms on the second floor, which are classified heritage landmarks. Under the Artistic Director Aline Asmar d’Amman insured the coherence of the whole design project, and drove and inspired the interior designers, the hotel’s interiors were created by four Paris-based designers: Tristan Auer, Chahan Minassian, Cyril Vergniol and Aline Asmar d’Amman (Culture in Architecture). The approach was to respect history, while simultaneously
injecting a modern attitude and a touch of Parisian irreverence. Karl Lagerfeld, renowned designer and a great
18th century admirer, has decorated two exceptional suites on Place de la Concorde and together called "Les
Grands Appartements.", which convey his personal vision of French chic and modernity. Landscape architect Louis Benech, with his subtle hand, conceived Hôtel de Crillon’s whimsical courtyards.
With its prestigious address and reputation for exquisite hospitality à la française, Hôtel de Crillon has attracted
royalty, heads of state and celebrities over the course of its storied history. The hotel features 124 guestrooms and suites; four restaurants; Sense, A Rosewood Spa; a newly created swimming pool; three heritage landmark
salons for meetings and functions, and more.
Rosewood London - Heritage building transformed into a stylish retreat in the heart of London
Located in Holborn, one of London’s most historic locales where the City meets the West End, Rosewood London is a unique retreat set in the very heart of London. The hotel sits next to the shopping areas and tourist attractions such as Covent Garden and Royal Opera House, as well as many renowned museums and art galleries.
Located at the old headquarters of Pearl Assurance Company, following an extensiverenovation to sensitively transform the 1914 Edwardian Belle Epoque building, the original architectural features have been painstakingly restored by an expert team of craftsmen, including the magnificent Grade II- listed street frontage and dome, and the grand Pavonazzo marble staircase which rises up through all seven storeys of the hotel beneath the 166-foot cupola.
Rosewood London is designed to be one of the most exciting places to drink and dine in London. The Lobby Lounge, a public meeting space, is the window into the stylish world of Rosewood London and the Mirror Room, a striking salon elegantly adorned with mirrors, offers appealing and social all-day dining and afternoon tea. The hotel’s bar, designed by the renowned Martin Brudnizki, evokes a convivial atmosphere with a roaring fire at one end and wooden bar running along the other. Brudnizki’s interior draws on classic British design, mixing reclaimed oak with antique mirrors and leather upholstery. The dining room includes a bar and a dining counter, each topped with aged copper and patina brass, it leads to The Terrace in the hotel’s peaceful inner courtyard, where guests can dine alfresco or enjoy a fine cigar.
The 262 guestrooms and 44 suites of Rosewood convey the feel of stylish London residences, the suites offer some of London’s finest accommodation and include the Grand Manor House Wing. Accessed via a private elevator and its own street entrance, it is the only hotel suite in the world to have its own postcode. Six bedrooms, a dressing chamber, a library, a dining room and several sitting rooms are lavishly arranged over 6,318 sq. ft. of living space. Hotel recreational facilities include a Sense® spa, Rosewood’s award-wining, signature spa brand, a fitness suite and the accommodations, event spaces and public areas have been designed by Tony Chi and Associates. Rosewood London has been rated as the top hotel in London by numerous renowned travelpublications.
Rosewood Bangkok - Reshaping Bangkok’s Skyline
Rosewood Bangkok, a striking new landmark for the capital, has opened as an intimate, ultra-luxury hotel on
Ploenchit Road in heart of the city’s prime central business and retail district in 2019. Rosewood’s A Sense of
Place® philosophy is exuberantly expressed with a design that honours rich Thai culture while celebrating the cutting-edge creativity and contemporary design ethos of the dynamic capital. The silhouette of the 30-storey
standalone property is a dramatic addition to the Bangkok skyline. Two graceful, connected structures have been masterfully combined to create a new icon for the capital. The building’s form is inspired by the wai -- the charming Thai gesture of hands pressed together in greeting – and is itself an expression of the Thai capital’s
growing influence as a design, fashion and creative hub in the region.
The hotel has been designed to create a sense of intimacy and privacy throughout the entire guest journey; the brand’s signature blend of stylish comfort and inspired design is delivered by a décor of rich materials and
finishes in a soothing, neutral colour palette. In addition to the structure’s glossy façade and stunning architecture, water features within the hotel -- including a dramatic, indoor 10-story waterfall -- are a tribute to Bangkok, a city built on water. The element of water -- sacred in Thai culture, featuring in rites and rituals to
symbolize peace and harmony -- is a pervasive theme throughout the hotel.
The hotel also showcases works of established and emerging Thai artists including significant pieces by Preecha Thaothong, named Thailand's National Artist of the Year 2009; Pinaree Sanpitak, one of the country’s most respected female artists of her generation; and Torlarp Larpjaroensook, whose work both challenges and intrigues. The hotel’s “Art Connection” quarterly rotating exhibit features the multi-media works of emerging
Thai artists, launching with a showcase of oil paintings by Kittaya Poolsawatdi.
The ultra-luxury hotel embraces a striking, contemporary architectural design and is home to 159 guestrooms. In an inspired expression of the brand’s A Sense of Place® philosophy, carefully curated interiors, dining, and spa experiences are an amalgam of contemporary sophistication and a modern showcase of Thailand’s rich
Sense, A Rosewood Spa is a sanctuary of simplicity and purity that embraces traditional Thai healing practices paired with natural ingredients that are sustainably cultivated. This is reflected in signature treatments that are based on Thailand’s time-honored “lost remedies” tailored for health and beauty.
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