glamorous. velvety. swank. marbly.

Yesterday rock stars destroyed hotel rooms, today they design them. At least this applies to Lenny Kravitz who designed 14 of the 96 rooms of the Bisha Hotel in Toronto.

But that does not mean that the other 82 rooms of the hotel lack rock chic. In the contrary, the entire hotel radiates an aura of glamorous decadence and swank grandness.

Following the theme of ‘more is more’, lots of marble meets even more velvet, boring white is contrasted with high gloss black, smoked glass mirrors shine and hypnotize geometric rug patterns. A mixture that is both exclusive and seductive – and won’t evoke any desire to destroy even among the hardest rock’n rollers.

Party, party, party! Thanks to its location in the middle of Toronto’s entertainment district, the Bisha is the ideal hotel for night owls.


Wallman Architects

Interior Design

Studio Munge


Stellar Works, Tom Dixon, Flos, Tai Ping Carpets, Very Wood

The essentials

80 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON M5V 2G3, Canada