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Travelers rely on hotels to create a wonderful ambiance for their vacation travels, whether they're staying in an elite beach resort, a quaint cottage, or a luxurious pied-à-terre. While the location is important to a luxury property's success, hotel interior design plays an important role in generating atmosphere and scenic vistas for your guests.


When it comes to selecting a hotel design style, there are various variables to consider. Color psychology is used by interior designers to create palettes that provoke various emotions, while textiles and textures are chosen to complement each style. Shapes and lines contribute to the design's balance and sensitivity, while accents give it personality. Interior design is highly influenced by architecture.

Over the last decade, commercial interior design has favored classic, contemporary, and minimalist forms, yet hotel design in San Diego has its own distinct identity. California beach resorts have a distinct style with Mediterranean and coastal influences, making them attractive tourist and local destinations.

Our skilled design team has created some of the most complex hotel and restaurant interior design concepts in the industry, working on commercial properties all over the world. Any high-end property will benefit from the brightness and refinement of the following design styles.


Mediterranean Spain

To create a relaxing and exotic ambience, luxury beach resorts and spas frequently employ Spanish Mediterranean interior design. Architectural characteristics like terracotta roofs, dramatic archways, and balconies boldly display Spanish, Greek, and Italian influences in this design style. In Spanish Mediterranean-style hotels, turquoise and browns with flashes of reds and oranges are common. To achieve this aesthetic, accent pieces made of wood, leather, stone, and ceramic materials are essential.

 This exotic design aesthetic is encapsulated in the La Jolla Shores Hotel, a beachside sanctuary we designed in SoCal. Warm-toned colors, arched breezeways, and Spanish-inspired designs combine to imbue the hotel with California's laid-back vibe.

 This historic design style is modernized in hotels like the top La Quinta Resort & Club in Palm Springs, which you may recall from the most recent season of The Bachelorette. By preserving the Mediterranean inspirations and updating the shapes and lines, our design team developed a contemporary and streamlined aesthetic for this great commercial building.


Art Nouveau

Art Deco, which has French roots and dates from the early twentieth century, has long been a popular hotel interior design style for customers seeking traditional opulence. This design brings a touch of glamour, richness, and eye-catching symmetry to the biggest spaces with its bold colors, distinctive shapes, and opulent accessories.

 This look was created in the stunning Les Oliviers luxury apartments in the Cap d'Antibes enclave on the French Riviera.


Regency Hollywood

The sumptuous residences of Hollywood's Golden Era movie stars inspired the dazzling interior design style of Hollywood Regency. High-contrast color palettes, big furniture, grand chandeliers, and plenty of mirrors are used to generate this dramatic design style.

We were entrusted with updating and improving the hotel's existing rooms and public areas while respecting the resort's original architecture and classic luxury design. Bold reds and oranges, high-gloss black tables, and boudoir upholstery give this Prohibition-era house a classic glam flair.


Hotel Interior Design Professionals

With the support of qualified experts, bring your hotel concept to life. Over the last decades, our award-winning high-end interior design team has garnered experience working on projects across the country and worldwide. Pivotal Hospitality will connect you with the ideal representative to match your needs, whether you are seeking for Mediterranean, Modern Mountain, Contemporary, Transitional, or Coastal décor style.

Meet with one of our designers one-on-one to explore how we can help you boost your hotel interior design project.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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