Gurgaon, India.

Leela Kempinski hotel spa design
Kempinski hotel restaurant design
Kempinski hotel restaurant design
Kempinski hotel restaurant design
Kempinski hotel restaurant design
This traditional style hotel required a large scale spa that would draw people in with its abundant facilities and warm character. The reception lounge, 7 single treatment rooms, 4 double treatment rooms, retail space, consultation rooms, relaxation lounge and 20 station salon does just that.

A grand staircase wraps around the central pendants in the double height void space and leads up to the reception. The waiting room, complete with water feature, is a more than welcoming place to pass the time and acts as a spacious transition zone to the treatment rooms beyond.

Rich timbers and concealed lighting flood the communal areas while luxurious stones and glass light fittings add a fresh touch to the salon and treatment rooms.
The Italian restaurant is a richly-coloured space with ample use of wood and large expanses of marble. Contemporary lighting is suspending through a timber batten ceiling, connecting the ceiling layout with the furnishings below. The private dining room is surrounded by an impressive floor-to-ceiling marble and glass wine display which also acts as the feature wall that welcomes patrons into the restaurant and through to the open kitchen.
The Indian Restaurant offers a more traditional feel, with scalloped marble columns, laser-cut dividing screens and simple, elegant furniture.  The entry boasts an immediate showcase of an eclectic mix of Indian and modern art pieces in boxed windows. Neautral tones and a spacious layout marks this space as the fine-dining restaurant of the hotel.


Whilst working for Hirsch Bedner Associates