Le Méridien, the Paris-brand of hotel represents more than hundred luxury properties in fifty countries and have now been introducing redesigned lobbies called The Hub which transforms the lobbies into a gathering place to bring interactive experiences with programmes to attract guests and stimulate conversations and exchange ideas. The Hub offers a creative atmosphere.
Books selected in libraries could be based on research values; arts, society, and economy. Hub offers curated art works and books reflecting the culture and heritage of the locale. The coffee culture is implemented worldwide. The communal seating reflecting the coffeehouse style seating in lobbies stimulates contemplation, dialogue and interaction in the Hub where guests can enjoy culinary experience also. The Hub offers coffeehouse environment during day time and at night a wine inspired setting.
M100 introduced by Le Méridien are cultural innovators, chosen from cuisine, design, the fields of art, and architecture by Le Méridien’s Cultural Curator Jerome Sans. The members of this group are responsible for the enhancement of Hub experience. You may think by now is it unnecessary for a lobby to have such serious subjects, but unfortunately you are going away from the main point.
Global Brand Leader,of Le Méridien and W Hotels Worldwide, Eva Ziegler, says that Starwood innovator lobby 12 years ago had launched the W brand. Recently, the Aloft brand’s lobbies drew people out of their rooms to the modular, flexible seating. Today, Le Méridien brand’s Hub concept, will appeal to the creative class. The belief is that innovators, thinkers, and decision-makers influence business and cultural development. The analysis, tools, customized information, and research are necessary for competitiveness which also transforms the experience of guests.