Two New Resorts Reveal a Current Trend in Hotel Design November 2016

With more than 700,000 hotels and resorts worldwide, the hotel industry is continually developing new ways to differentiate its properties, as seen in the recent trend of using cues from residential design to inform the look of its spaces as well as pulling in cultural references from the surrounding area. Big-name architecture firms, like that of Olson Kundig and Studio Munge, are innovating their design portfolios with hotels that are a healthy mix of residential-inspired aesthetics thoughtfully balanced with modern-day amenities and style—creating enlightening and inspiring spaces of alluring luxury. JW Marriott parq Vancouver and JW Marriott Los Cabos Beach Resort & Spa are just two examples.

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