Blossom Hotel Houston, the newest luxury property neighboring the Texas Medical Center, has revealed its design details. The 16-story hotel in the Space City offers 267 guestrooms and more than 400,000 square feet of leisure and event space, including a meeting hall large enough to hold 250 guests, an outdoor rooftop swimming pool, a fitness center, karaoke rooms, two restaurants, a lobby lounge, and over 10 event venues. Conceived by Hangzhou Rongyi Creative Company, Blossom Hotel Houston integrates lunar-inspired elements into its design and curated artwork collections.
Upon entering the lobby, guests will see a water feature as clear and bright as the moon, which divides the lobby into two sections. To the left, contrasting colors of the ceiling lighting take inspiration from the shooting stars, creating an inviting space for guests to kick back under a blanket of stars on a moonlit night, with the Milky Way almost within reach. After checking in, guests proceed past the decorative screens behind the front desk area directly into the elevator hall—a generously lit space decorated with patterns and shapes found in nature, such as flowers and the Earth.
A collection of impressionist artworks in the hotel’s public spaces, with their lines and textures, resemble the rugged surface of the moon. The common thread of design connects public spaces and the airy guestrooms. From the tones of the carpets and qualities of the bed linen to the in-room decor and color palettes chosen for the walls, every detail is meticulously curated to achieve a balance between the sense of novelty and the feeling of being at home.
Photo: Courtesy of Blossom Hotel Houston