Luxury Hotels in the Middle East can amaze you with their spectacular interior designs. Discover more about the elegance and interior design that this stunning region has to offer by taking inspiration from these Middle Eastern hotels.
Al Bait Sharjah – UAE
Godwin Austen Johnson (GAJ) created Al Bait Sharjah, which features an Arabic design influenced by traditional majlis (places of sitting) and regional crafts. This resort is situated in Sharjah, an emirate with a rich cultural heritage, which is 20 miles from Dubai. The 53-room GHM-owned hotel, with a hammam and spa, helps the city’s heritage quarter get back on its feet. Once you accept the interior style that was inspired by Arabia, this luxury hotel will undoubtedly make you feel at home.
Anantara Tozeur – Tunisia
The ultimate boudin-style hideaway with an exclusive design in the Anantara Tozeur luxury hotel. This opulent hotel offers its guests a resort souk, camel and caravan excursions into the desert, as wells as tours to the abandoned settlements of Chebika, Tamerza, and Mides and the original Star Wars filming location. The hotel is decorated with intricately carved walkways and elaborate rugs.
Armani Hotel – Dubai
The first luxury hotel ever created and developed by Giorgio Armani is the Armani Hotel in Dubai. The luxury hotel, housed inside the iconic Burj Khalifa, the highest structure in the world, brings Giorgio Armani’s most refined aesthetic to life. With its contemporary interior design, this hotel will make you feel on top of the world.
Burj Al Arab Jumeirah – Dubai
With its Berry reds, lapis lazuli blues and unending gold – the ancient Egyptian palette evident in its interior design – Burj Al Arab has long caused controversy by its colours, yet staying here is exhilarating and beautiful. This luxury hotel‘s interior design, includes stunning suites, bathrooms with whirlpools, and sets of full-sized Hermès toiletries, will undoubtedly leave an impression on you.
Centara Grand – West Bay Doha
In the West Bay neighbourhoods of the city, there is a new hotel called Centara Grand. This luxury hotel overlooks the Arabian Gulf and is close to the bustling Doha Corniche. This luxury hotel showcases genuine Qatari culture in addition to its interesting interiors and amenities and time-honored Thai hospitality. Undoubtedly, it is a unique and warm experience.
Jaffa Hotel – Tel Aviv
The Jaffa Hotel is situated inside the perimeter of a 19-century building complex that formely served as the French Hospital of Jaffa. Although it is close to the beach, the interior design is what really draws people in. It’s difficult to find a better place to stay in Tel Aviv than this one with its great interior design and proximity to the beach.
Kempinski Hotel Muscat – Oman
The fashionable Al Mouj neighbourhood in the Omani capital is where you’ll find the Kempinski Hotel Muscat. With a facade inspired by the city’s historic setting, a lobby with a lily pad-like soaring white columns, and a ballroom with Arabian lanterns as its inspirations, the luxury hotel‘s distinctive design stands out. The 310 guest rooms and suites of the luxury hotel include an exquisite Arabian and modern style that is surrounded by warm colour scheme and gives off a friendly, welcoming vibe. With its Arabian aesthetic and style, this hotel’s interior decor will undoubtedly inspire you.
Qasr Al Sarab, Abu Dhabi
When it comes to a luxury spa resort in the desert, Qasr Al Sarab by Anantara is unmatched. With 140 rooms, 14 suites and 52 pool villas, this hotel offers its visitors a beautiful sand dunes and open sky setting while they relax with hammam and desert rose rituals. With its indigenous design elements, the inside itself has a fantastic feel, making for an amazing experience amid the Abu Dhabi desert.
The Palace Downtown – Dubai
The Palace Downtown is situated in one of Dubai‘s newest neighbourhoods, despite being affectionately referred to as “The Old Town”. It is conveniently located close to popular sites including the Dubai Mall and the Burj Khalifa. The hotel’s overall design is basic and modernist, yet there are also some embellishments from the Middle East and Asia. This is the ideal location for your stay if you like a more contemporary and minimalistic style.
The St. Regis – Abu Dhabi
The St. Regis Abu Dhabi further solidifies Starwood’s status as the industry pioneer in upscale hospitality. HBA has imagined an opulent environment in Abu Dhabi that is rooted in a a refined Art Deco past, drawing on the warm colours of the sands, souks and traditional Middle Eastern cuisine. You will undoubtedly be affected by the luxury hotel‘s interior design, which will envelop you in a refined and pleasant lifestyle.
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