Maybourne Riviera – Most Anticipated Hotels of 2022 by Vogue Magazine
Rigby & Rigby are delighted to announce that the Maybourne Riviera has been listed as one of the ‘Top most anticipated hotels of 2022’ by Vogue Magazine.
The hotels can’t be categorized by a single location, design style, or even star designation. The one commonality is that they’re all sensational in there own way.
Rigby and Rigby designed the interiors for all of the luxury guest suites in the Aero Wing of the new Maybourne Riviera, which is to be launched in Spring 2022. The hotel is the latest addition to the Maybourne Hotel Group that counts the iconic London hotels, Claridge’s, The Connaught and The Berkeley to their portfolio. Located on the Grand Corniche in France, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. The Maybourne Riveria offers 180 degrees panoramic views, from the Principality of Monaco to the Italian Riveria.
The soaring positioning of the hotel and the close proximity to the allure and ‘yacht-set’ of Monaco and the Cote D’Azur set the foundation for Rigby & Rigby’s design concept. The juxtaposition of glamour and serenity – in many ways the definition of modern day luxury living, was a natural starting point for Rigby & Rigby who’s style is defined as understated, refined luxury. Award-winning ultra-prime design and delivery in the luxury residential market, Rigby & Rigby has been at the forefront in the industry with a research and development – led design approach, pushing boundaries to meet with an increasing demand for luxury design that promotes health and Wellness. Rigby & Rigby’s expertise from the residential sector appealed to the Maybourne Hotel Group and their commitment to creating luxury experiences that feel personal and authentic, a home away from home.
The Voge feature reads:
“Perhaps it’s their interiors that set them apart: New York’s Fifth Avenue Hotel, for example, will have a lavish, jewel-tone design scheme by Martin Brudnizki (of Annabel’s fame). Perhaps it’s their culinary chops: Maybourne Riviera on the Cote d’Azur will have a restaurant by Mauro Colagreco, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, and sushi chef Hiro Sato. Or perhaps it’s because they’re pushing haute hospitality forward: Habitas Santa Teresa in Costa Rica will be a completely sustainable resort. . . that also offers hydrofoils.”
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