Lime Tree Village, a range of independent retirement living residences based in Dunchurch, Warwickshire has scooped a European hospitality design award aimed at celebrating stylish hotels, B&B’s and retirement living.
The Award was aimed at celebrating interior design and style across a range of hospitality venues and have been designed to find the most stylish ‘hidden escapes’ from across Europe across a range of categories.
The Vision Style Awards, organised by global textiles giant, Vision Support Services, opened for entries back in August with 13 categories to choose from and garnered hundreds of entries – everywhere from Kosovo to Ibiza.
After taking home the prize for ‘Inspired Retirement Living Award’, the judges said: “What beautiful surroundings! A modern look yet so full of character, the designers have clearly taken all this into consideration in order to create a homely, yet luxurious look to the entire village and the community atmosphere is evident from the off. The concept is well thought out and the design makes a real statement.”
Judging the awards were a range of industry experts and commentators from across the travel industry including Robin Sheppard, CEO of Bespoke Hotels, Sharron Livingstone of The Travel Magazine, Angie Silver, Blogger at Silverspoon London, Richard McCready-Hughes, Creative Director at Goddard Littlefair, Andrew Linwood, Head of Hospitality Design at Areen, Laurie Thomas, Managing Director of Vision Support Services and Jacqui Hurst, Sales Director for UK Hospitality at Vision Support Services.
Laurie Thomas, Managing Director of Vision Support Services, said: “Our one-of-a-kind awards are now in their fifth year and it’s been fantastic to uncover so many exquisite entries from across the hospitality sector. We’ve had some outstanding entries which made the judging all the more difficult.”
The other winners of the Vision Style Awards are:
Vivood Landscape Hotel in Spain for ‘Most Beautiful Bathroom’
Soho House in Barcelona for ‘Europe’s Best Dressed Bed’ , ‘Dreamiest Bedroom’ and ‘Style Winner of the Year’
No Entry in Paris for ‘Most Intimate Bar’
Pink Mamma in Paris for ‘Most Romantic Restaurant’
Nolinski Pairs for ‘Hottest Hotel’
At Six in Stockholm for ‘Most Innovative New Venue’
Annie’s Cabin in Shropshire for ‘Picture-Perfect B&B or Guesthouse’
Three Glens in Scotland for ‘Eco-Champion of the Year’
La Villa de Mazamet in the South West of France for ‘Greatest Night’s Sleep’
Prizes include a glass trophy, certificate, a luxury hamper, cash voucher and a double-page spread in the 2018 Vision Style Guide.
The Vision Style Guide, an annual look-book aimed at uncovering hospitality trends will be released in April.