Premier Hospitality International 2.2
Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Hospitality International.
In this month’s issue we take a look at Moxy Frankfurt City Center; we check out Raffles Singapore; and we explore the Sheraton Grand Tbilisi.
The 255-room Moxy Hotel is located in the heart of downtown Frankfurt in the trendy ‘Flare of Frankfurt’ and is directly adjacent to a Residence Inn. This urban district near the Zeil was designed by Hamburg star architect Hadi Teherani. Blending in, yet standing out within the financial district of Frankfurt, the hotel plays with bull and bear as stylistic elements; especially in the lobby. The stock exchange is an important design concept of the interior. ‘Industrial Chic’ is the dominant theme here. Modern graphical art and light installations give the Moxy concept a new standard. Bare concrete surfaces are seen and felt all over, balanced and complimented by more comforting textures and materials such as wood and felt.
Following an extensive renovation project, Raffles Singapore is welcoming guests to explore its new look hotel. The restoration was designed to ensure that the hotel retained what is so special about Raffles – the ambience, the service, the charm and the heritage of the hotel. Guests can experience the hotel’s legendary service as they enjoy newly opened bars, restaurants and boutiques whilst exploring graceful courtyards and relaxing in cosy social spaces. With enhanced comfort and splendour for the discerning traveller, guests can immerse themselves in the striking architecture and graceful service for that unique feeling of being somewhere very special in the heart of the business and civic district.
Set in the historic heart of the city, Sheraton Grand Tbilisi Metechi Palace offers stunning views of old Tbilisi and boasts 220 well-appointed rooms featuring artwork by a Georgian photographer and suites with soft-pastel colours that are pleasing to the eye. The hotel has a large ballroom, meeting facilities and everything in-between, readily available to host business meetings or social gatherings.
Guests are invited to settle in for a meal or to enjoy a cocktail at the hotels dining outlets and after a full day of work or exploration, they can treat themselves to views of the city and delicious cuisine from the hotels roof top restaurant.
With all this and more, it’s time to sit back and marvel at all of the great projects across the world, courtesy of Premier Hospitality International – a magazine which will change your life.