Finalists announced for European Hotel Design Awards 2014

After much anticipation, the finalists of the European Hotel Design Awards have been announced, revealing an exciting diversity of talent across all hotel sectors.

European Hotel Design Awards 2014: Finalists

Architecture – Adaptive Re-use

  • 25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin, Germany, by Hild und K Architekten
  • Fontevraud L’Hôtel, France, by Gabor Mester de Parajd
  • Qbic Hotel London City, UK, by March & White
  • The Inn at John O’Groats, UK, by GLM
  • Waldorf Astoria, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, by OeverZaaijer Architecture & Urbanism

Architecture – Newbuild

  • Hotel The Passage, Basel, Switzerland, by Lorenz Wyss
  • Ibis Edinburgh Centre South Bridge, UK, by Ica
  • Lanserhof Tegernsee, Marienstein, Germany, by Ingenhoven Architects
  • Seehotel Enzian, Weissensee, Austria, by XLGD Architectures
  • The Chedi Andermatt, Switzerland, by Denniston

Architecture – Renovation

  • Ace Hotel London, UK, by EPR Architects
  • Aman Canal Grande, Venice, Italy, by Denniston
  • Parkhotel Holzner, Oberboson, Italy, by Bergmeisterwolf Architekten / Künstler Manfred Alois May
  • Rosewood London, UK by EPR, Architects
  • The Hotel Brussels, Belgium, by GCA Arquitectos

Interior Design – Bar

  • Carve Bar at W Verbier, Switzerland, by concrete
  • Ham Yard Hotel London, UK, by Kit Kemp
  • L’iBar at Fontevraud L’Hôtel, France, by Jouin Manku
  • Monkey Bar at 25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin, Germany by Studio Aisslinger
  • Scarfes Bar at Rosewood London, UK, by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio

Interior Design – Bedrooms & Bathrooms

  • Aman Canal Grande, Venice, Italy, by Denniston
  • Ham Yard Hotel, London, UK, by Kit Kemp
  • Rosewood London, UK, by Tony Chi & Associates
  • The Chedi Andermatt, Switzerland, by Denniston
  • The Guest House Vienna, Austria, by Conran & Partners

Interior Design – Cafe Bar or All Day Dining

  • Capricorn at InterContinental Davos, Switzerland, by Living Design
  • Clarion Hotel The Edge, Tromsø, Norway, by Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects
  • The Globe at Hilton Istanbul Bomonti, Turkey, by GA Design International
  • The Rosebery at Mandarin Oriental London, UK by GA Design International
  • Urban Meadow at Doubletree by Hilton Hyde Park, London, UK by Blacksheep

Interior Design – Lobby, Lounge & Public Areas

  • Aman Canal Grande, Venice, Italy, by Denniston
  • Generator Barcelona, Spain, by DesignAgency
  • Generator Venice, Italy, by DesignAgency
  • Palazzo Parigi, Milan, Italy, by Pierre-Yves Rochon
  • The London EDITION, UK, by Yabu Pushelberg in collaboration with I.S.C Design Studio

Interior Design – Restaurant

  • Berners Tavern and Punch Room at The London EDITION, UK, by Yabu Pushelberg in collaboration with I.S.C Design Studio
  • Gotthard’s Restaurant at Stora Hotellet, Umeâ, Sweden, by Stylt Trampoli
  • Ham Yard Hotel, London, UK, by Kit Kemp
  • Brasserie Les Haras at Hotel Les Haras, Strasbourg, France, by Jouin Manku
  • NENI at 25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin, Germany, by Studio Aisslinger

Interior Design – Spa & Wellness

  • AWAY spa at W Verbier, Switzerland, by concrete
  • Eforea Spa at Hilton Istanbul Bomonti, Turkey, by GA Design International
  • House Spa at Dormy House Hotel, Worcestershire, UK, by Sparcstudio
  • Lanserhof Tegernsee Marienstein, Germany, by Ingenhoven Architects
  • The Chedi Andermatt, Switzerland, by Denniston

Interior Design – Suite

  • The Barcelona Suite at The Mandarin Oriental Barcelona, Spain, by Patricia Urquiola
  • The Manor House Suite at Rosewood, London, UK, by Tony Chi & Associates
  • The Palais Royal Suite at Grand Hotel du Palais Royal, Paris, France, by Pierre-Yves Rochon
  • The Suites at Aman Canal Grande, Venice, Italy, by Denniston
  • The Suites InterContinental Davos, Switzerland, by Living Design

The winners will be announced on 25 November during a dinner at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge in London, expected to be Europe’s largest single gathering of the sector’s celebrities and influencers.

Internationally acclaimed as the leading pan-European competition to focus on excellence in hotel architecture and design, the European Hotel Design Awards are organised by Sleeper Magazine and attract the hospitality industry’s brightest stars competing in a variety of categories.

Matt Turner, Editor-in-Chief of Sleeper Magazine said:

“The overall quality of entries for this year’s European Hotel Design Awards was the highest I have seen in ten years on the judging panel. The voting to select the final five in each category was very close and the shortlisted entries can all be proud to have made it this far. The shortlist demonstrates the diversity of today’s hotel industry and the talent of the designers and architects who play such an important role in enhancing the guest experience for their clients. And for design practices that didn’t make the shortlist, there is still the chance to win a European Hotel Design Award by entering this year’s Tomorrow’s Hotel competition, which is now open for entries.”