Hilton Hotel, located in the heart of beautiful Kazakhstan’s capital – Astana -, was founded in 2017, with strong inspirations on the unique nature, cultural heritage, and history of the city.
Having one of the most recognizable names in the industry, Hilton Hotel maintains its known high level of service and remains the stylish, forward-thinking global leader of hospitality across the globe. This hotel is ready to provide friendly and individualized service to its guests, with a lot of furniture items designed by BRABBU.
One of the most dominant symbols of the city is a golden stalk of wheat, that represents land cultivation and prosperity, and it can be found in the hotel lobby bar.
Traditional national patterns are used in the lobby carpets, thus creating contemporary interiors to provide a balance between modernity and timeless tradition. Right at the entrance of Hilton Hotel, we have a golden saxaul – a relic tree filled with myths, legends, and miraculous properties.
Tall golden screens and golden details along with blue and yellow contrast are the main colors of the country, this is why the elegant IBIS Dining Chair and NAJ Dining Chair came together to celebrate the main idea.
The noble harmony of blue and yellow in the lobby of Hilton Hotel – the countries’ main colors – create an inviting ambiance and the full-height atrium decorated with the classic elegance of stone and gold include crafted art elements and floating eagles – the nomad symbol of freedom and independence, so important in Kazakhstan culture. MALAY Armchair in pine green gives an elegant touch to the dining room space, while the chic Nº20 Bar Chair gives a glamorous touch to the cocktail bar.
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BRABBU was an important part of the creation of the Hilton Hotel, contributing to the arising of the most unique and beautiful environment to contemplate and enjoy the city.
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