Sleep, Europe’s leading event for hotel design development and architecture, returns to London’s Business Design Centre on 26th and 27th November.

Source the latest design-led products from a curated mix of exhibitors including GROHE, Altfield, Dornbracht, Designheure, Acrylic Couture, SoFarSoNear, Punkt, Walker Greenbank, Preciosa, Dare Studio, Tuuci and Swarovski.

Hear from the leaders in hotel design and investment at the Sleep Conference – free to attend for visitors. The opening speaker is legendary restaurateur Jeremy King, now welcoming guests to his first hotel The Beaumont in London’s Mayfair. George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg will talk on the inspiration behind their striking hotel designs including PUBLIC hotel in Chicago and The London EDITION. Award-winning Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku will reveal the process involved in creating inspired concepts for the Mandarin Oriental and Plaza Athénée in Paris.

The Round Tables, hosted by Daniel Englender, MD of Benjamin West London, allow you to get up close and personal with senior executives from the hotel development, investment and operator community.

Sleep Set presents a take on the hotels of tomorrow in a series of visionary room sets from contestants who include Dreimeta, NoChintz and SKM Design.

Outdoor spaces are crucial to guest experience and revenue – visit the new Above and Beyond roof terrace, curated by Scape Design Associates and furnished by KETTAL Outdoor Collections.

Plus there’s digitalhotel – with an installation outside the Business Design Centre demonstrating the modular concept designed using the latest in BIM technology behind the Whitbread hub brand, and a lounge inside where visitors are invited to use Google Glass and Oculus Rift for an immersive BIM experience.

The Sleep Bar, to be designed by award-winning Swedish company Stylt Trampoli, is where to see and be seen as you network.

Sleep takes place over two days, and is open till 8pm on Wednesday 26 November, with complimentary drinks from 6-7pm.

Pre-register online to avoid the £30 entry fee.

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