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Akasha Holistic Wellbeing at the Conservatorium Hotel
AKASHA - MUCH MORE THAN JUST A SPA The Dutch language prizes accuracy, which is why some guests don't refer to Akasha Holistic Wellbeing as a spa. After all, as one of the finest spa hotels in Amsterdam – offering 1,000 square metres of luxury, it's so much more than that. This is a spacious and tranquil urban retreat, where visitors can enjoy a dazzling pool, a private Hammam, and the best equipped gym of any hotel in Amsterdam. Our specialists offer indulgent therapies, treatments and training offered nowhere else – from nutrition to meditation, and Reiki to Watsu. In fact, we have been voted The Netherlands' number one luxury spa. Ah, but there's that word again. So to keep things simple, we just call it Akasha.
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Tendances - Un palace parisien, béton !
L’Hôtel Lutétia, construit en 1910, par Aristide Boucicaut, le propriétaire du Bon Marché, vient de rouvrir après 3 ans de travaux.
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Laurent at Café Royal - Interview with Executive Chef Laurent Tourondel
We sit down with our new Executive Chef Laurent Tourondel to speak about the concept behind his eponymous restaurant, Laurent at Café Royal, his journey from young chef to opening his own restaurant in London, his favourite dishes and the ingredient used. www.laurentatcaferoyal.com
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The Story Behind the Renovation
The story of the Left Bank’s most prestigious hotel has entered a new chapter.
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Hotel Café Royal Debuts New Lobby And Restaurant
London’s Hotel Café Royal has unveiled a major redesign of its lobby, as well as Laurent at Café Royal, a brand-new restaurant from Chef Laurent Tourondel. Both the new lobby and restaurant were designed by architect and interior designer, Piero Lissoni. The New Lobby Designed and overseen by Lissoni, the new lobby cost approximately $6.6 million and was inspired by the lobbies of the world’s Palace hotels, according to the Hotel Café Royal. As visitors arrive through the double-height revolving door, they are first greeted by a view of the bespoke Murano glass chandelier. Designed by Italian firm Vistosi, the chandelier weighs over 770 pounds and is set above a table at the center of the room designed by Lissoni, displaying flowers by Hotel Café Royal’s in-house florist, Jamie Aston. The back of the room holds the reception and guest relations desks flanked on each side by large bookshelves containing a library produced and curated by Maison Assouline. To complete the lobby, waiting areas with furniture pieces designed by Paolo Castelli and Italian makers Poltrona Frau, Cassina and Living Divani are available to guests and visitors alike.
Salone Internazionale del Bagno 2018 | CEA - Jean-Michel Wilmotte presents Lutezia
Architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte present Lutezia by CEA. The faucet that is a part of an entire collection made to renovate the ancient hotel Lutezia. Interview by #Archiproducts durante il Salone del Mobile 2018 a Milano. #designtalks
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