I tend to agree with @MerlinTheGoat
on this in that there are significant differences between what you see in this photo and the pattern they have gone with in the Polynesian.
I happened to have Sven Kirsten's books Tiki Modern and Tiki Pop on the bookshelf next to me, so I just thumbed through them to see if my mental image of the tiki aesthetic accorded with what the images show from around the mid-twentieth century in tiki-themed bars and other establishments. What I observe is that you do sometimes see particularly carpets and (less frequently) chairs upholstered with floral patters or others that approximate "Polynesian" motifs. More frequently, you see particularly seating upholstered in solid colours such as greens, reds, and blues. I would also note that the more recent tiki revival style seems to lean into the solid, bright colours associated with the mid-century modern aesthetic. This is where I think the existing oranges, blues, and yellows in the lobby worked quite well.
This pattern, to me, looks like an approximation of what someone might think was mid-century modern or 'tiki' if they were choosing from a book of available patterns in a catalogue but that, on closer examination, is just a collection of random abstract shapes and colours. In the surroundings, it reads to me like adding a splash of 1990s-era Wolfgang Puck into the middle of a mid-century Polynesian environment and a choice by someone who doesn't know the tiki aesthetic.