Gold Key Winners Honored
Monday November 12th, 2012 - 10:46AM V
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NEW YORK—The 32nd annual Gold Key Awards, celebrating hospitality design, were presented at the Mandarin Oriental hotel here, during a breakfast ceremony.
In addition, Herbert V. Kohler Jr., president and chairman, Kohler, and Pierre-Yves Rochon were honored with the Icon of the Industry award and Designer of the Year award, respectively.
The Gold Key winners are the following:
• Guestroom: Architropolis/ELK Collective for Dream Hotel South Beach in Miami, FL
• Guestroom - Midscale/upscale: BBGM for Melia Atlanta in Atlanta, GA
• Lobby/reception: One Plus Partnership Limited for Chongqing Mountain & City in Chongqing, China
• Lounge/bar: Rockwell Group Europe for W Lounge at W Paris-Opera in Paris, France
• Restaurants – Casual dining: Studio Arthur Casa for Alma Maria in Sao Paulo, Brazil
• Restaurants – Fine dining: Bentel & Bentel Architects for Le Bernardin in New York, NY
• Spa: Clodagh Design for Miraval Life in Balance Spa with Clarins in Tucson, AZ
• Suite: CCD/Cheng Chung Design Ltd. for Lijiang Pullman Resort & Spa Hotel in China
• Best Hotel Design –Midscale/upscale: Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group and Graven Images for Radisson Blue Aqua Hotel in Chicago, IL
• Best Hotel Design–Boutique: Rockwell Group Europe for W Paris-Opera in Paris, France
• Best Hotel Design–Resort: Rottet Studio for The St. Regis Aspen Resort in Aspen, CO
•Best Historic Renovation: HBA/Hirsch Bedner Associates for Hotel Alfonso XIII in Seville, Spain
•Judges “So Cool” Recognition: Jordi Puig for M/V Aria in Peru and One Plus Partnership Limited for Aix Arome Café in Shenzhen, China
Tags: • Hospitality • Trade Shows •
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