A ceiling like this is worthy of a dramatic entrance. The only way that guests can reach this hotel is by a private boat.
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Burj Al Arab, Dubai
With seven stars to its name, it’s no surprise that this hotel has a glittering ceiling to match.
Bellagio, Las Vegas
Vegas may be known for its showgirls and gaming tables, but the Bellagio is ready to wow its guests with art. Alongside works by Renoir and Van Gogh, it shows newly-commissioned installations including “Fiori di Como” by Dale Chihuly, which can be found on the lobby ceiling.
Gramercy Park Hotel, New York
Not only is it home to works by Warhol and Hirst, but this hotel also houses the Rose Bar (one of the hottest properties in the Big Apple). It also has this corking Julian Schnabel-designed lobby. Wow.
A ceiling like this is worthy of a dramatic entrance. The only way that guests can reach this hotel is by a private boat. Set in a 16th-century palazzo on the Grand Canal, the building is filled with museum-quality treasures including Tiepolo frescoes, gilded ceilings and centuries-old leather wall coverings.
The Stafford, London
Word is that when the former owner sold the hotel he took his private art collection with him. This left the much-loved American Bar looking rather empty. However, visitors came to the rescue by donating whatever they had found on their travels. The result is the most eclectic ceiling in London.
Set in a former 17th-century mansion, this elegant hotel doesn’t disappoint. Keep your smartphone handy to snap a shot of the Art Deco lobby, then head up to the Minerva Roof Garden to get a panoramic view of Rome.