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Hotel dinnerware for in-room dining and room amenities at St. Regis Doha
In our previous posts we shared with you our hotel dinnerware designs for numerous dining venues at St. Regis Doha – from bespoke fine dining at Gordon Ramsay to casual all-day dining at Vine. Today, we would like to complete the story of our collaboration with Doha’s leading hotel by presenting our dinnerware designs for the hotel’s in-room dining service and room amenities.
Hotel tableware for in-room hotel dining set
The St. Regis Doha hotel offers 336 luxury guest rooms and suites, designed as a contemporary interpretation of the vision of New York at the beginning of the 20th century. The decor is based on soft warm beige hues, with ornaments in dark wood, marble and and occasional subtle Arabian accents.
Our designers created a set of in-room dining items that match the contemporary elegance of the rooms and enrich the experience. Our hotel dinnerware designs included items such as napkin rings, sugar holder boxes, table vases and condiment caddy for jams and marmalade.
Hotel dinnerware designs were created in a combination of yellow-gold and clear glass, featuring a geometrical rhombus pattern that compliments the clear lines of the interior for the classic upscale feel.
The design of the small flower vase featured the St. Regis signature logo, as a subtle way of bringing the flair of the brand’s heritage to the in-room dining experience.
For the room amenities, Glass Studio designed a range of amenity plates, serving trays and fruit platters for serving welcoming treats to hotel’s guests. The design of hotel dinnerware and amenities was based on transparent glass with delicate lightly crackled pattern in gold, which matches the color palette of the room and highlights the refined luxury of the interior.
The design of a long rectangular serving platter was complimented with a matching glass cloche, which served not only a practical purpose but also added a more decadent look to the welcome amenities.
Another interesting design was also a glass fruit platter with inlets in various geometric shapes, which added to an original and memorable fruit amenity presentation.