Miami definitely no shortage of A-list hotels and the lobbies are a reflection of that quality. Here’s our list of picks for Miami’s 10 Best Luxury Hotel Lobby Designs!
The lobby if this hotel, a work by French designer Philippe Starck, is considered one of the most iconic and striking hotel lobbies in all of Miami. The billowing drapes that decorate the lobby, the dark floors, and walls and the colorful works of art and the majestic piano are elements which take a person’s breath away.
This iconic Miami Beach Hotel has a memorable lobby… especially if you step inside at night and see all of the illuminations at the hip Bleau Bar lounge area. With a glamorous visual mixed in with a modern luxury touch, this hotel, in general, is a reference of striking interior design.
1 Hotel is an example of a hotel which takes full advantage of its large lobby to create an eco-chic mission and aesthetic. This space is decorated with low-slung ghost sofas by Paola Navone, artful terrariums by Plant the Future and other glamorous elements.
This hotel is easily one of the hottest spots near the beach. Its huge lobby decorated with white marble punctuated by potted palms and glittering gold mosaic columns. From there you can access two of Jean-Georges Vongerichten restaurants, as well as the Matador Bar.
The Standard’s lobby is often described as a “languid haven for its local members”. Aside from its comfortable blue sofas, there is even a ping pong table to entertain the people waiting for their spa services.
This hotel is known as a hangout place for several celebrities. The lobby is full of several works by Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and George Condo. And if you happen to be there take the time to go to the bar and try a cocktail by San Francisco-based mixologist Scott Beattie.
Do you like Italian food? Then in you step inside of Gale’s lobby, with its dark hardwood floors and tufted leather banquettes, you have also entered the dining room of Dolce restaurant, an establishment known for serving some of South Beach’s best pizza and pasta you’ll ever eat.
This hotel had its creative direction made by filmmaker Baz Luhrmann and his wife Catherine Martin (costume designer). Combined with Its golden columns and eight “neo-Romantic” murals by Spanish artist Juan Gatti, Faena is sure to be one of the most memorable sights in Miami for you.
Philippe Starck’s art in interior design is shown throughout this hotel lobby. Among its decorations are bullheads with bright pink Lucha Libre-style masks in Rojo, and also an enormous seashell encrusted chandelier in The Bazaar located by Jose Andres’ dining room.
The renovation of The Surf Club at Four Seasons sure did pay off. What we have is one of the most breathtaking and marvelous interior design works when it comes to hotel lobbies. The concept by architect Richard Meier and designer Joseph Dirand have managed to create a beautiful, classical, and charming look to the lobby.