In the world of high end hospitality, first impressions are everything. The moment you step into a hotel, you’re greeted by an atmosphere carefully curated to transport you into a realm of luxury, comfort, and unparalleled experiences. Using hotel wallpaper helps tell a story, defining their spaces and immersing guests in unforgettable environments.

If you look at some of the most luxurious hotels around the globe you will see many embracing awe-inspiring wallpaper. They help transform hotels into masterpieces of artistry and wonder.

Let’s look at the best of the best, plus ideas on how you can recreate the look at home or in your commercial space.

Staircase of St. James Hotel Paris with hot air balloon wallpaper on staircase
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Saint James Paris Hotel Wallpaper

This playful wallpaper was custom-made for one of the hotel’s main staircases. It was commissioned to interior decorator Bambi Sloan and features whimsical hot-air balloons and monkeys.

A neo-classic château in Paris, originally constructed in 1892, was turned into a wonderful playground of colours and textures.

Bambi Sloan says of the hotel wallpaper, “The site was the runway from which the hot air balloons took off, so I took the site’s origins and I put it into my wallpapers… I also added monkeys”. – exert from Paul Dohertys interview for Luxury Design

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Pinterest image Beverley Hills Hotel

Beverley Hills Hotel Wallpaper

In 1942, Don Loper designed the Martinique banana leaf wallpaper for the Beverley Hills hotel in L.A. Today, some 80 years later, this wallpaper stands as one of the world’s most recognizable and imitated designs.

Transitioning from its origins, it has become an iconic symbol of laid-back glam California style. Often featured in homes and hospitality interiors worldwide, it continues to captivate with its timeless allure.

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The Park Tower Knightsbridge Hotel wallpaper
Park Tower Knightsbridge Photo image from lastminute.com

The Park Tower Knightsbridge Hotel wallpaper

Anita Rosato designed the lounge at Park Tower Knightsbridge, drawing inspiration from the neighboring Hyde Park to create an intricate canopy of magnolia trees.

For those seeking a traditional Chinnoiserie aesthetic, Fromental offers a hand-embroidered silk wallcovering that gracefully adorns the grand central staircase.

Notice how it effortlessly exudes elegance and sophistication throughout the space.

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