Hotel bedrooms are designed to be welcoming spaces to spend the night away from home.
These striking guest rooms, which range from brightly coloured to pared-back and minimal, can provide inspiration for your own bedroom.
This is the latest roundup in our Dezeen Lookbooks series providing visual inspiration for the home. Previous lookbooks include interiors that make use of colour-theory, Japandi living rooms and residential loft conversions.
Local firm ACDF Architecture designed the hotel rooms in a largely muted palette including grey carpets and understated lighting by fellow local studio Lambert & Fils. Oak headboards and chairs brighten the otherwise dark space.
Círculo Mexicano, Mexico, by Ambrosi Etchegaray
The bedrooms of Círculo Mexicano adopt this style with a series of blocky wooden plinths that make up the rooms’ tables, storage cupboards and bed bases. Terracotta barrel-vaulted ceilings also feature in some of the bedrooms.
Private members’ club Soho House created 252 lavish bedrooms in the Ned hotel, which is located in an Edwin Lutyens-designed bank.
A vintage feel permeates the guest rooms that are informed by 1920s and 1930s design.
Brass and mahogany furniture contrasts with mustard-coloured sofas and large four-poster beds, while richly patterned curtains and cushions are reflected in decadent chandeliers hanging from the ceiling.
New York-based studio Grzywinski+Pons used vintage posters advertising international trading between Manchester and “warmer and brighter corners of the globe” as a design prompt for the bedrooms in this hotel based in the English city.
Whitworth Locke’s guest rooms feature interiors in quaint 1800s-informed pastel colours. Exposed brick walls are painted salmon-pink, while gold wall lamps illuminate pistachio-green accents and illustrated monochrome bedclothes.
Grey bedrooms at the Hotel Saint Vincent in New Orleans reflect the chilling legacy of the building, which was converted from a 19th-century infant asylum.
Austin-based practice Lambert McGuire Design chose to paint the walls and ceilings of the rooms in a dark shade of grey intended to echo the hotel’s sinister atmosphere.
Red velvet upholstery offsets the grey walls, combined with unlikely colourful accents such as bold yellow telephones.
Spanish designer Jaime Hayón brought his signature playful style to the bedrooms of Barceló Torre de Madrid, a vibrantly designed hotel in the Spanish city.
Best known for his recurring animal imagery, Hayón added pieces such as his Monkey table, a humorous cartoon monkey-shaped concrete resin side table, to the hotel’s quirky rooms. The designer’s Catch chairs and Palette tables also feature, while abstract gold lion motifs decorate large mirrors above guest beds.
1970s Caribbean mansions informed the mood of Palm Heights, a hotel on the island of Grand Cayman by interior designer Gabriella Khalil.
The hotel’s bedrooms feature an eclectic mix of materials including Italian pale stone floors and a combination of yellow and blue tones intended to mimic the colours of the beach. Neutral white walls complement the rooms’ natural light and offset their bolder upholstery.
Many of the bedrooms at the Hotel Valley in Scottsdale, Arizona, which was transformed by architect Edward L Varney, contain freestanding bathtubs positioned against vibrant yellow walls.
Chunky scalloped headboards in shades of cobalt, hot pink and purple take centre stage in the bedrooms of this Italian boutique hotel by Studio Tamat and Sabina Guidotti.
Brightly coloured furnishings are paired with more paired-back furniture including steel bedside tables with marble bases by Austrian designer Klemens Schillinger.
This is the latest in our series of lookbooks providing curated visual inspiration from Dezeen’s image archive. For more inspiration see previous lookbooks showcasing mezzanines, U-shaped kitchens and calm living rooms.