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The European Hotel Design Awards


The most influential figures from the European hotel design industry attended a glittering ceremony at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge to celebrate a year of innovation and success for the continent.


The Winners…


Architecture Of The Year CONVERSION AND/OR EXTENSION OF EXISTING HOTEL BUILDING Hotel Valentinerhof – St Valentin, Italy Designed by noa*


Architecture Of The Year CONVERSION OF EXISTING NON- HOTEL BUILDING TO HOTEL USE The Mirror Hotel – Barcelona, Spain Designed by GCA Architects


Architecture Of The Year NEWBUILD HOTEL Hotel Lone – Rovinj, Croatia Designed by 3LHD Arhitects


Interior Design Of The Year LOBBY, LOUNGE & PUBLIC AREAS Superbude St Pauli – Hamburg, Germany Designed by Dreimeta


Interior Design Of The Year CAFÉ, BAR OR ALL-DAY-DINING Beau-Rivage Palace, BaR – Lausanne, Switzerland Designed by Wilsdon Design Associates


Interior Design Of The Year RESTAURANT Sur Mesure Par Thierry Marx, Mandarin Oriental – Paris, France Designed by Agence Jouin Manku


Interior Design Of The Year BEDROOMS & BATHROOMS Superbude St Pauli – Hamburg, Germany Designed by Dreimeta


Interior Design Of The Year SUITE The Whitehall Penthouse Suite, Corinthia Hotel – London, England Designed by GA Design International


Interior Design Of The Year SPA, HEALTH & LEISURE FACILITIES The Spa, Mandarin Oriental – Paris, France Designed by SM Design


Future Design Award SUSTAINABLE DESIGN AWARD Starhotels E.C.H.O – Milan, Italy Designed by Andrea Auletta Interior Design


Future Design Award THE SLEEP REARDONSMITH STUDENT AWARD Rund um Designed by University of Applied Science in Coburg, Germany


THE EUROPEAN HOTEL DESIGN OF THE YEAR AWARD Superbude St Pauli – Hamburg, Germany


THE OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION AWARD Claus Sendlinger, Design Hotels


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