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Years ago, the basis for a great hotel rating was excellent service, friendly staff, updated amenities and delicious food offerings. Today. as the tourism industry discover and follow a new trend -more and more hotels are starting to invest in art to attract a new breed of tourists and travelers on the best art hotels around the world.
Hospitality Art has been a marketing strategy of hotels around the world. From extensive, world class art collections to exhibitions, art has successfully penetrated the hotelier business.
Offering art in hotels also uplift the local artists in a place, showcasing local talent as well as the culture and identity of their people. Visitors learn and experience new things through art. without even going out of their accommodation.
Here are 7 artsy hotels globe trotters should definitely cheek out:
THE JAMES ROYAL PALM (Miami, Florida)
Aside from a magnificent South Beach facade, The James Royal Palm hosts a massive art collection made by the United States’ most famous contemporary artists, as well as independent cultural groups.
From its renowned interior designer Lauren Rottet’s exquisite taste in art, the hotel is one of the most impressive when it comes to using art to their advantage.
Paintings, like the works of Jorge Pantoja, Alex Prager and Gavin Perry, digital pieces and sculptures were all hand-picked by Rottet herself
ANDAZ AMSTERDAM PRINSENGRACHT (Netherlands)
This hotel’s location is not only its main selling point. This canal-side hotel is considered one of its country’s national treasures for its decor and visuals, which would have been enough to garner it well-deserved attention.
Celebrated artworks by world class artists like Yael Bartana, Martha Colburn and Cristina Lucas are also displayed in the hotel, which gave it more attention and popularity among Amsterdam’s creative community.
FOUR SEASONS HOTEL RITZ LISBON (Portugal)
Since 1959, the Four Seasons’ sole outpost on the Iberian Peninsula has been dedicated to supporting local artists and using their works to add Portuguese flair to the hotel’s overall design.
After more than half a century in business, it now houses at least 500 art pieces made by local artists and world class talents alike, displayed on halls, lobbies and its restaurant. Slowly, the hotel also adds more digitally-made art to go with the change of time.
LE ROYAL MONCEAU RAFFLES (Paris, France)
Perfectly situated in the City of Lights and Love, Le Royal Monceau Raffles continues to make its guests feel further in love through the various art pieces they display inside the hotel’s walls.
Art aficionados will appreciate the on-site bookshop that stocks a wide range of coffee table volumes and catalogs both rare and mainstream, as well as the paintings, photography and installations that show up all over the hotel from international artists like Portuguese sculptor Joana Vasconcelos and English artist Stephen Smith.
This hotel also organizes and compiles a weekly list of art-related events happening all around the city from gallery exhibitions, artist meet and greets and private consultation with art dealers.
MANDARIN ORIENTAL (Hongkong)
Various-themed art works by up and coming artists are hanged on this hotel’s walls, proudly displaying local talent to tourists from around the world.
FAENA HOTEL BUENOS AIRES (Argentina)
Being just a few blocks away from the Faena Arts Center, The Faena Hotel had its humble beginnings as a converted grain bar a few years back.
It houses rotating exhibits alongside the art center, which features different kinds of art – from classical, experimental and contemporary, drawing inspiration from all over the world.
It also houses a residency program for artists, where they can get to shack up at one of the hotel’s stylish rooms and work on his or her craft.
GRAMERCY PARK HOTEL (New York)
The collection of art at Gramercy Park is as New York as the hotel itself, housing all distinctive artists such as Warhols, Basquiats, and Hirsts.
The property screams “The Big Apple” with its art works that are bold, oversized, and unconventional.
Gramercy Park Hotel also changes up their art collections regularly, always bringing a tone of surprise and delight to their guests who are craving a taste of the city that never sleeps.