This elegant and chic rosy hotel aesthetic has the potential to absolutely delight travelers to Brisbane, Australia. Designed by local architecture studio Richard and Spence, the hospitality business aims to reimagine the operation and atmosphere of urban hotels.
Dubbed 'The Calile,' the space communicates a luxurious feel with its "sun-bleached pinks, sandy-beiges, and gold decor." The blush coloring is a smooth-inducing design feature which is agreeably accentuated with the subtle brass detailing in the bathroom and other spaces. The aim behind Richard and Spence's project was to create a relaxing ambiance that will feel more like a resort-type establishment rather than an urban hospitality business.
The rosy hotel boasts 175 rooms, with nine suites.
Photo Credits: Sean Fennessy