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Hotel design presents the top designer hotels for the oh-so chic presents the chicest designer hotels for all fashion lovers to literally submerge into the designers’ creations.

HONG KONG – Attention, fashionistas – it’s time to bring fashion style to another level! It is no longer just about the outfits in the wardrobe – top fashion designers have been putting their signatures on design-focused suites and hotels around the world. presents the chicest designer hotels for all fashion lovers to literally submerge into the designers’ creations – by simply making a reservation. Book now to seize the latest trend:
Hong Kong
Hotel ICON-4.5*

Stay in the Designer suite by Vivienne Tam, the world’s renowned China-born fashion designer which offers stunning panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and a suite experience unlike any other. Personally curated by Tam to exude her signature brand of “China chic,” the spacious bedroom with an adjoining living room provides privacy for work or entertaining in the grand style.

Sofitel So Singapore-5*

Personally designed by the legendary fashion guru Karl Lagerfeld, the hotel’s logo embodies the vibrant vibe of Singapore. With the artistic deco – BooKube – in each room, enjoy the artsy ambience with Karl Lagerfeld’s signed classic quotes. Guests can even bring one of the souvenirs designed by Lagerfeld at the hotel’s store.

Armani Hotel Dubai-5*

Armani Hotel Dubai is located in the world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa. Walk into the ethereal hotel crafted by Armani, and be amazed by the delicate environment from elegant decorations to heartwarming essential oil in bathrooms. The hotel upholds the brand’s reputation for commitment to detail.

Indonesia – Bali
Luna2 Studiotel-5*

Designed by Melanie Hall, formerly a leading designer in Polo Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein, the hotel is filled with bold and flamboyant art pieces. Having all furniture personally handpicked by Hall, each suite is a perfect blend of a home-away-from-home and modern art.

The Bulgari Resort-5*

The hotel blends in the natural scenery in Bali, offering a cozy holiday in the hug of Mother Nature. Enjoy in the sensational views, relax in the hotel’s infinity pool. The designer team from Bulgari collaborated with local artists to design and produce the furniture and fabric pieces used in the hotel. It is no doubt a luxurious combination of contemporary Italian design and Balinese traditional architecture.

Australia –Queensland
Palazzo Versace-5*

Recalling the memory of the brand’s early establishment, Gianni Versace designed the hotel with a perceptive marriage of European Palace’s grandiosity and the ancient Rome’s architecture style. Walk through the iconic Driveway crafted in mosaic style, and adore Versace’s stunning designs. Fashionistas cannot miss out the unique afternoon tea sets, with a fashion-inspired menu that changes seasonally with the brand’s latest fashion line.

USA – New York
The St. Regis New York-5*

Inspired by Dior’s headquarters in Paris, the Dior Suite turns back the time to Louis XVI with its elegant interior and astonishing crystal chandelier. Embrace the breathtaking interiors and timeless elegance from Dior.

Italy – Florence
Hotel Lungarno-4*

Designed by the Italian fashion brand Salvatore Ferragamo, the hotel will charm every guest with its luxurious yet elegant interior design. Be ready to enjoy the hotel, and freely explore the fashion kingdom of Italy.

Vicky Karantzavelou
Co-Founder & Chief Editor - TravelDailyNews Media Network | Website

Vicky is the co-founder of TravelDailyNews Media Network where she is the Editor-in Chief. She is also responsible for the daily operation and the financial policy. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Tourism Business Administration from the Technical University of Athens and a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Wales.

She has many years of both academic and industrial experience within the travel industry. She has written/edited numerous articles in various tourism magazines.