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We have handled the interior with a light touch, carefully preserving the neoclassicism of the original building—the affluent elegance, the spaciousness, and the beautiful detailing. But time has not stood still here: clean design and the addition of some new furniture and colors turn a new page in the building’s history. Intense blue-green tones have been incorporated into the seventy-seven guest rooms, where new freestanding design elements both harmonize and contrast with the original décor. The materials are sourced directly from nature: marble, wood, leather, and wool.
Much of the interior has been custom designed to realize Nobis’s mission of providing a warm, welcoming, and relaxed hotel environment. The guest rooms combine steel-framed beds with wardrobes, stools, benches, and desks of wood and natural leather. The bathrooms feature freestanding vanity tables and mirrors that float off the marble walls.
In the lobby the guests are met by a reception desk of cast concrete, a reference to the fact that the original building was one of the first to be constructed of the material. From the lobby, the monumental staircase has been extended down to the restaurant. On the bottom level is a spa lined with Italian marble that includes a thermal bath, sauna, and cold plunge pool.