Following a Karl Lagerfeld-themed Met Gala — where the world’s biggest stars dazzled in black and white, and even paid tribute to Lagerfeld’s beloved pet cat — fans of the late designer can now experience his legacy in a new way.
In June this year, the Karl Lagerfeld brand will officially open the doors of its first luxury hotel in Macau. Originally scheduled to launch in 2018 but delayed due to the pandemic, the hotel was the last design project undertaken by the former creative director of Chanel and Fendi before his death in 2019.
The five-star hotel will be part of the Grand Lisboa Palace, a sprawling luxury complex owned by the family of Macau’s late casino magnate Stanley Ho, which launched in 2021 on the Cotai Strip.
The Karl Lagerfeld hotel tower features 271 rooms, a restaurant run by renowned Portuguese chef José Avillez, a spa and wellness center, an indoor swimming pool, and a Baroque-style outdoor garden that embodies the opulence of Macau.
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