Tastefully decorated interiors at the Prive rooms of the Radisson Blu MBD Hotel are a potpourri of global aesthetics
- Radisson Blu MBD Hotel, Noida, has unveiled their ‘Privé Collection’ inspired by the Venetian and French traditions.
- Each furniture piece is bespoke and finished meticulously with gold carvings that date back to the 1800s.
- it emulates the fashion and impeccable interiors of rococo style while staying true to its Indian roots by blending it with heavy lush embroidery and authentic ‘dabka’ work on draperies and cushions.
- Adding to the royal charm, the rooms have POP-carved frames around colonial paintings, which are well complemented by the floor with contemporary Italian wooden and stone finishes.
To provide the exquisite experience, there’s a Privé Lounge, which is an exclusive area that makes for a perfect space for an extravagant lunch or an exuberant networking dinner with complimentary cocktail hours, lavish evening amenities and a well-stocked library for passionate readers. For the global travelers, special facilities include a personal butler, access to the Privé Lounge, signature amenities, signature aromas, mood-lighting, in-room technology that cater to personal specifications and much more for an effortless and luxury stay experience.
“We have been into hospitality for the past 13 years and want to keep evolving with time. Looking at the competition and where we want to take our properties, we decided to go with classic interiors. For design aesthetics, I always keep in mind five elements of nature i.e. sky, earth, air, fire and water. This ensures peaceful atmosphere within a property allowing guests’ mind and body to relax.”
–MONICA MALHOTRA, MD, RADISSON BLU MBD HOTEL