Ibis Styles Bangkok Silom Hotel Wins LIV Interior Design Award
An Innovative Fusion of Thai and Contemporary Aesthetics
Design Worldwide Partnership (dwp) proudly announces its recent success in hospitality design, as the Ibis Styles Bangkok Silom hotel secures the coveted LIV Interior Design Hotel – Economical award. Nestled within Bangkok’s vibrant business and entertainment district near Lumpini Park, the hotel offers 264 vibrantly modern rooms, alongside an array of dynamic spaces for guests to rest and indulge in Thai street style cuisine at Prun Rod Restaurant.
Dwp’s design vision focused on honoring Accor’s brand values while seamlessly integrating traditional Thai and contemporary design aesthetics, striking a perfect equilibrium between young contemporary design and functionality. The hotel provides both an efficient operation for the owner and a mesmerizing Thai experience for guests.
Embracing a spirited, modern Thai sensibility, the design complements the lively atmosphere of Bangkok’s Silom Road nightlife district. The hotel’s decor takes cues from the “Traditional Thai Style Festival,” in both visual appeal and thematic elements. Collaborations between dwp and local artists and artisans yielded cutting-edge designs and engaging visitor pathways.
The prestigious LIV Hospitality Award highlights dwp’s unwavering commitment to interior design innovation and excellence. Industry leaders convened in Budapest, Hungary, for the award ceremony to celebrate distinguished accomplishments in design and architecture. Group Creative Director, Scott Whittaker, gratefully accepted the award, extending his appreciation for the Bangkok Lifestyle team’s creativity and relentless effort.
As the travel landscape constantly evolves, hotel interior design has become a vital element in captivating guests and establishing a unique sense of place. Dwp acknowledges the importance of design in the travel sector, and the Ibis Styles Bangkok Silom hotel stands as a testament to their devotion to crafting culturally inspired spaces.
This esteemed recognition underscores dwp’s legacy of success within the hospitality and travel industries. The firm’s history of creating award-winning hotels demonstrates its resolve to push design boundaries and offer extraordinary spaces in a competitive market.
Dwp believes that a hotel’s triumph stems not only from comfort but also from curating immersive experiences for guests. The interior design approach exemplifies this belief, and dwp is honored to be acknowledged for shaping the unforgettable experience at the Ibis Styles Bangkok Silom.
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