Luxury hotels are increasingly calling upon fashion designers to create stylish room decors and exciting communal spaces. We pick the very best collaborations
One & Only teamed up with Alice Temperley to create a stunning tipi for guests of its Sant Geran resorts in Mauritius. With a spectacular setting and a bohemian chic style – think hand stitched canvas, luxurious fabrics and a glass chandelier – it is the perfect romantic retreat. Le Saint Geran Mauritius
Set in the heart of Australia's Gold Coast, the Palazzo Versace was the first fashion branded hotel to open doors in September 2000. It combines the late Gianni Versace's stunning eye for design with a dramatic waterside setting and three award-winning restaurants. Palazzo Versace
When Montecarlo's legendary Hotel Metropole went on to redesign its outdoor space, it called upon none other than Karl Lagerfeld. The iconic designer re-imagined the pool, terrace and gardens and designed the new Joel Robuchon restaurant, for which he also created a fresco-style installation featuring 15 glass panels that portray Ulysses' tempestuous journey. Le Metropole
Combining Missoni's idiosyncratic style with Rosita Missoni's flair for hospitality, the two hotels in Edinburgh and Kuwait City are the ultimate in travel indulgence - think Missoni bed linens, Nespresso machines and sleek Italian style bathrooms, plus a fabulous spa. Hotel Missoni
The lavish rooms of London's Claridge's Hotel had long been Diane Von Furstenberg's 'home away from home' so it is only fitting that the celebrated designer was called upon to design new furniture, fabrics and rugs for a number of rooms, starting with the magnificent Grand Piano Suite (pictured). Diane is bringing in beautiful contemporary prints, bold Chinese florals and animal patterns while remaining true to the hotel's traditional Art Deco style. Claridge's
Intended to be "places that offer the same kind of welcome Giorgio Armani would privately extend to his family and friends," the Armani hotels in Milan and Dubai (pictured) transpose the designer's vision into chic and sophisticated interiors that are the epitome of understated luxury. Armani Hotels
Designed by Bottega Veneta's Creative Director Tomas Maier, the Bottega Veneta suite at Rome's St Regis hotel is a haven of sophisticated luxury with a deceptively simple, understated design that is evocative of the brand's iconic style. St Regis Hotel, Rome.
The St Regis Hotel in New York has a track record of fantastic collaborations with some of the world's best luxury brands - from Tiffany to Bentley Motors - to create 'one of a kind' designer suites. The Dior suite draws inspiration from Dior's atelier in Paris and features a chic colour scheme in muted shades of grey, purple and white, glamorous statement furniture and stunning illustration vintage Dior designs on the walls. St Regis New York
The Round Hill has been the byword for Caribbean glamour since the 1950s and never more so since Ralph Lauren decorated the interiors of the hotel's 36 magnificent oceanfront rooms in chic Jamaican style. Round Hill Hotel.