What is the design style of The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes?

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The design style of The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes' common areas is traditional Romanesque. There are marble pillars, marble floors, and a dark marble bar in the Lobby Lounge. There are more than a half dozen large, copper-colored, chandeliers. On the ceiling, there is beautiful woodworking in a natural color. There are traditional floral rugs and plenty of seating with furniture in warm tones, such as red, tan, gold and a chambray blue. On the back windows overlooking the pool area, there are elegant floral drapes and valances. Large support beams in the lobby are covered in marble. The lobby lounge at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel is enclosed with black iron gating. Throughout the lobby and the lounge, there are urns holding fresh, tropical-looking flowers and classical mahogany-colored furniture. There hints of nautical flair throughout, such as wooden model ships on consoles in the lounge.
 
However, the design style changes to modern beach chic in the guest rooms. The pale yellow and turquoise colors are reminiscent of the sand and sea, with white curtains that have fun, wavy turquoise lines. Bedside lamps are glass-like — also turquoise and bubbly. Artwork is inspired by the water, including watercolors of the everglades. The floor features a yellow carpet with geometric pattern, while furniture looks French provincial in a pale yellow color as well.

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