Wilson Associates celebrates guest room and spa design inside iconic ‘Guitar’ hotel
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Singapore – Renowned interior architecture firm Wilson Associates is pleased to announce the opening of Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood. Wilson Associates’ Dallas studio was tasked with designing the 800 guest rooms – 638 in the Guitar Tower and 168 in the Pool Tower – and the world class Rock Spa®. The guest rooms and suites combine natural stone surfaces with woven textures and lush area rugs to achieve a Floridian-inspired residence-like accommodation, with each scheme bringing in fun pops of colour. Guest bathrooms, which include open views to the bedroom and spacious walk-in showers, offer a clean, fresh design statement with natural stones and custom millwork. For some of the guest rooms, the unique curvature of the guitar tower afforded the design team to take advantage of the various window angles. The shape of the tower led to the design of full-height curved glass windows with soaring views.

The highlight of the guest accommodation experience is the eight swim-out suites, located at the bottom level of the Pool Tower. Boasting 12-foot ceilings and large-format flooring, these exclusive spaces feature an outdoor deck that connects guests to the hotel’s public swimming lagoon and lazy river amenities. The design team was also tasked with designing 10 VIP suites and a private Gaming Parlor on the top levels of the Guitar Tower that maximise the surrounding views of the property’s landscape as well as the pool complex. Each suite showcases its interpretation of a design aesthetic inspired by the Floridian residential lifestyle each with their own unique palette, and high-end finishes and furnishings.

The 42,000-square-foot Rock Spa® features more than 40 body and facial treatment rooms, dry and wet lounges, jacuzzis, and salon. The interior design offers a peaceful oasis away from the hustle and bustle of the casino floor and brings together natural elements – such as wooden columns, specialty textured walls, vertical green walls, dark stone surfaces and floor tiles, teak furniture, and a light, neutral colour palette.