The Fabulous Interior Design of the Almond Hotel in Gdansk


The Fabulous Interior Design of the Almond Hotel in Gdansk

December 27, 2016

Situated in the heart of Phnom Penh, Almond Hotel is opportunely placed next to very celebratory landmarks, such as the Royal Palace and the Independence Monument. However, today we are going to focus on the fabulous interior designs that were developed by no other than, Paulina Czurak, the owner of IDEOGRAF Architectural Studio. The commercial project was completed in 2016.

Firstly, the business hotel has over 100 living areas, including guest rooms and common areas. When somebody enters the hotel they are immediately welcomed by stone tops made of onyx regarding traditional ember of the Polish city. The floors are decorated with carpets with a map of Gdańsk engraved on them.


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The restaurant is composed by a live cooking concept where guests are given the opportunity to visualise the techniques that are used by the chefs while cooking exquisite meals. It is an alluring strategy. The restaurant is actually divided into two zones. The lower part is rather focused on restoration whereas the upper part consists of a more relaxing dynamic.

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The hotel also supports an industrial style due to its interiors being complements by suspended shelves and on the structure of the bar that features geometric patterned tiles. All of this fits quite well with the oak pavement. The restaurant ceiling is made of wooden grate and the lobby also displays a similar material.

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Characterised for its uniqueness, the Hotel offers the best hospitality and dining experiences, treating every single guest like a VIP.

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If you visit Poland don’t forget to go to the Almond Hotel to see an architectural and decor product of beauty. For more trends and information follow and subscribe to CovetED Magazine! In addition, watch the video below with an exclusive tour of our Covet House.

Source: Almond Hotel | Architect Magazine