Hotel Bristol, Warsaw, Poland Areas: Public Areas, Spa and Guest Rooms The transformation of the 200 guestroom Luxury Collection property was shortlisted for the European Hotel Design Awards as well as the International Hotel and Property Awards 2013. Anita Rosato Interior Design was engaged to redesign the interiors creating contemporary luxury and comfort within this landmark building. ARID has reinterpreted the Hotel Bristol’s glamorous heritage and reinstated the hotel as Warsaw’s most prestigious luxury Hotel.
Hotel Du Vin Bistros, UK We were appointed to roll out the designs of a number of Bistros on behalf of Hotel Du Vin. At Henley the old brewery adjacent to the River Thames gave leaning to the industrial touches that have been referenced in the design. High quality furnishings have contributed to the repositioning of the brand.
Hotel Marriott Kensington, London, UK Marriott Kensington provided a rich source of reference material from which to draw from and the Headboard has become the central focal point of the room. Case goods are beautifully detailed, all bespoke from our studio.
One Devonshire Gardens, Glasgow This refurbishment encompasses the hotel’s 49 rooms, including its six luxurious suites and the result is spectacular. Inspired by the flora and fauna of the nearby botanical gardens, as well as Hotel du Vin’s long-standing association with excellent wines and champagnes, the guest rooms boast fresh colour schemes, accented by rich, seasonal colour features to add brightness and vibrancy.
The Chester Grosvenor Hotel We are involved in the ongoing roll-out of the guestrooms at this landmark hotel. We provide different schemes for each phase, enabling the hotel to promote their new rooms as luxurious, fresh and very individual.
The Lygon Arms, Broadway, Cotswolds Areas: Public Areas and Guest Rooms The public areas were reconfigured to introduce three new bars and numerous lounges which form part of the extended F&B facilities. Deep toned hues are applied in a myriad of dark spaces, off set with the warm tone of tan Leather, timber panelling and Cotswold Stone, hi-lited with carefully focussed lighting throughout. New historical pieces have been carefully curated to replace modern case goods. Colour schemes of the 85 guestrooms have a bold tweed and plaid ‘look’ distinctively English and eclectic in style. Original features have been revealed to form an historic backdrop to the newly designed interiors filled with references to the local heritage and surrounding countryside.
Westin La Quinta, Spain Areas: Public areas and Guestrooms Westin is a leading 5 star brand where central to the philosophy is health, and vitality. Derived from this wellness theme there is a biophilic approach in many facets of the design. Natural elements and sustainability are also central to the Brand. Exceptional pieces of furniture and lighting inspired by nature’s shapes sit in juxtaposition with sofas armchairs from Moroso, bronze trunks from Boca do Lobo and the biophilic pendant with a cellular structure from Nemo Lighting. From Karpa the Nenufar wall light adorns the rear wall of the reception with the sculptural and ethereal quality of a jelly fish.
Established in 2007, Anita Rosato Interior Design is well known practice focused on the design of quality hotels, and high-end residential markets creating individualised and beautiful environments.
Anita Rosato’s unique, personal approach and characteristic of being intuitive and fresh in her work, can be seen in varied projects around the globe.
Anita and her experienced team draw inspiration from the culture and nature of the location they are working in; a multi – disciplinary team of creative talents whose combined spirit brings vision, passion and a fresh perspective to every project.
Whether heritage or contemporary architecture, they relish opportunities to challenge the merely conventional and to refine the spirit of luxury, creating outstanding environments that serve the test of time.