A vertical shot of the hotel Burj al Arab with lights at night in Dubai
Absolutely Stunning Hotel Lobbies Around The World
In Otemachi Tower, the über-exclusive hotel brand Aman sits on the 33rd floor. Visitors will marvel at the lobby’s atrium and cityscape views of the Imperial Palace.
Aman Tokyo
At the Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort, guests can explore the jungles and bamboo forests of Thailand with an elephant at their side.
Anantara Golden Triangle
The lobby's cathedral ceiling is accentuated by thick teak columns, sculptural posts with elephant motifs, and an ornately sculpted metal panel resembling a theatrical curtain.
An art installation known as "Fiori di Como," by Washington-state glass artist Dale Chihuly, covers over 2,000 square feet of this lobby's ceiling.
Bellagio Las Vegas
It has 2,000 delicate, multi-colored, hand-blown glass flowers that create a garden in the air. Weighing 40,000 pounds, it required a special skeleton to install.
This lobby has over-the-top opulence with a soaring atrium, wild, bold colors, gilt accents, and thousands of Swarovski crystals embedded in the ceiling.
Burj Al Arab, Jumeirah
The property has six florists on staff, features 30 different types of marble, and has enough gold leaf that you'd think King Midas lived here.
Located in a former Turkish palace along the Bosphorus Strait, the lobby of this grand hotel features views of the water.
Çiragan Palace Kempinski
The lobby has an ornate glass chandelier and handsome checked flooring. A long seating area is flanked by large planters, creating a procession of sorts toward the water.