When you book a table in a world class restaurant, it’s not just for the food.
Top class eats are expected to deliver on all fronts and being smooth on the eyes, is just one of the many criteria we behold them to.
Luckily, the luxury hotel industry enlists the best designers to work on their properties. As a result, our collection is filled with beautiful hotel restaurants recognized the world over for their exceptional looks and atmosphere.
To excite your wanderlust we’ve made our pick of some of the most beautiful hotel restaurants available in our collection. Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you’d like to book one of the hotels you’ll find here.
Hôtel Plaza Athénée Paris – Alain Ducasse restaurant
Alain Ducasse is considered one of the world’s best Chefs. It’s fitting then that his spectacular dishes be given an equally grandiose stage on which to be showcased.
French based designers, Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku based the Plaza Athénée’s restaurant design around Ducasse’s philosophy of “Naturalness”, where the purity and simplicity of materials and ingredients are given full breadth of expression.
Four Seasons Hotel Pudong Shanghai – Camelia Restaurant
The sleek Camelia Restaurant is one of the most eye catching eats in the city. Designed by Tokyo based firm Spin Design Studio, this all day Italian restaurant offers diners a relaxed atmosphere and great Italian food in an absolutely gorgeous setting.
Le Meurice – Le Dali & Alain Ducasse restaurants
Superstar designer Phillip Starck and his daughter, Ara Starck were given “carte blanche” to touch up the interiors of the hotel. Starck’s vision for the project: ” Rock and Roll with respect”, sounds like a contradiction, but it definitely doesn’t look like one.
Peninsula Tokyo – Peter
Peter’s fun and vibrant atmosphere fits Tokyo like a glove and whether you’re looking for a power lunch venue or a great grill house in the evenings, this funky restaurant fits the bill.
Designed by the New York based firm Yabu Pushelberg, Peter’s futuristic and urban atmosphere is a contrast to the Peninsula’s glamorous interiors, but if you want to let your hair down and carve into a juicy steak, we can’t recommend better than this eat.
Burj Al Arab- Al Mahara
Michelin star Chef Nathan Outlaw recently joined the Al Mahara in a bid to spice up the 16 year old hotel’s restaurant scene. The seafood whiz wasted little time pondering the hotel’s offer and honestly… who would think twice of calling this beauty your place of work? The restaurant will be getting a face lift soon enough and a possible name change and we can only hope it looks as good as this.