This five-star HUALUXE under InterContinental is located in China’s famous coastal tourist destination Yangjiang City. It is the first international luxury hotel of Yangjiang and also the first HUALUXE in China mainland. Adjourning the Yuanyang Lake, the hotel enjoys beautiful lakeside views and the alluring charm of South China. HUALUXE holds “Chinese etiquette”, “status recognition”, “rejuvenation in nature” and “enabling spaces” as its brand ideas and advocates “approachable luxury” in design. Adhering to these concepts, YANG utilizes modern design to interpret local customs by presenting “river”, “fishing” and other cultural symbols in an artistic way so that a seaside cultural hotel comes into being.
Inside the hotel, the color scheme of furnishings echos the sunset glow above rivers. The ceiling and wall in the arrival area display the magnificence of arrayed sailboats. A swarm of glass fishes “swimming” through the lobby look more elegant and flexible with the effect of lighting. The large 3D feature wall decorated with drumsticks evokes images of a fierce dragon boat race, making visitors feel the exuberance of water activities.
The lobby lounge reproduces the warm image of a fishery at dusk: auspicious clouds woven by metal floating on the ceiling, profiles of fishing gear and fishes transformed into furniture texture and wall details, and waves and beaches depicted on soft carpets. The ADD restaurant, named Xian Yan, is pleasing to the eye as the log color Chinese-style furniture is complemented by brightly colored flatware and highlighted by warm lighting. Artistic adornments matching the ink-painting-style wall form up a distinctive and relaxing dining room. Overall, the hotel design shows HUALUXE’s emphasis on Chinese etiquette and humanistic care by creating majestic, graceful, prosperous and warm ambience.