Ritz-Carlton Logo

Ritz-Carlton Logo
Ritz-Carlton is a luxury hospitality brand, established in 1983 in Boston, USA. It operates 96 hotels with 27,131 rooms worldwide in 29 countries. Beyond hotels, Ritz-Carlton also manages, and offers under its brand name, spas, golf courses, residences, and luxury meeting and conference spaces. The brand is owned by Marriott International Group.

Meaning and history

Ritz-Carlton Logo history


The Ritz-Carlton logo is rooted and inspired by the past yet has purpose and meaning in the present. The brand signals it’s relevance by inheriting historic symbols. The iconic brand’s logo is a combination of the British royal seal (the crown) and the icon of a financial backer (the lion). This logo was created by Cesar Ritz.
The black wordmark is very elegant a and looks like a fashion label. The icon has clean lines and dramatic curves and the crown looks really regal.
Another important detail of the Ritz-Carlton logo is it’s main color. The ‘memorable’ blue reinforces the promise of consistent quality, excellence and the promise of beautiful memories.
Ritz-Carlton Logo
There was only one time in the 32 year history of The Ritz-Carlton when any changes have been made to its logo. It did not affect the brand’s values of its heritage and legacy. Ritz-Carlton strives to create precious memories and to meet tastes of a new generation of consumers, and it’s logo fully reflects its philosophy.