Hotels and Resorts — The Hospitality Gallery

Urban Hotels, Island Resorts, Rural Lodges

Vunabaka Residence 1, Malolo Island, Fiji, Interiors Space Studio Architect Richard Priest

Revealing the architecture of welcoming foyers, sumptuous penthouse suites, engaging restaurants and eateries, serene spas and luxurious pools

The experience of checking-in to a Hotel or Resort is the art of distance.

It’s the promise of escaping the ordinary, leaving behind the ritual and routine of daily life to delight in the extraordinary.

It’s where jet lag is often a badge of honour, and Wi-Fi is a rumour (but better be fast and available).

Your worries check out when you check in. It’s a place where “out of office” truly means “out of reach,” and your most important decision is which book to read and which cocktail to indulge in.

It’s a chance to awaken your senses, connect with new cultures, and savour flavours that enthral your taste buds.

In these havens, time seems to slow down, allowing you to reconnect with yourself and the world around you. 

It’s a tapestry of dreams where you paint your own story of adventure, tranquility, and self-discovery.

Traveling to a far-flung resort is an invitation to step into your ultimate comfort zone, embrace the thrill of the unknown, and make memories that will forever ignite your wanderlust.

Kinloch Lodge, Taupō, Aotearoa New Zealand Architects Pattersons

We love Simon’s work, a consummate professional, Simon manages to capture what so many other photographers don’t quite—the essence of a space.

His images aren’t just beautiful, you look at his photographs and you can imagine being there, how the space feels, the sunlight on your skin, his images have a very sophisticated way of transporting you and this is the reason we use him time and time again.