Hotel La Semilla

Rooms 9   Architecture Angie Rodriguez, Alexis Schärer, Jaime Ingelmo   Interior Design Angie Rodriguez, Alexis Schärer, Andres Ocejo
The Original Angie Rodriguez & Alexis Schärer

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Rooms
9
Architecture
Angie Rodriguez, Alexis Schärer, Jaime Ingelmo
Interior
Design Angie Rodriguez, Alexis Schärer, Andres Ocejo
The Original Angie Rodriguez & Alexis Schärer

Natural, local materials such as stone, polished concrete, and bricks were used to create the hotel’s simple earthy vibe. Suites, such as the Terraza, even have outdoor baths for the ultimate laidback lifestyle.

Architecture

THE GEOMETRY OF SEASIDE COOL

Mirroring the basic white geometric buildings dotting the shoreline of Playa del Carmen, the hotel’s building, which dates back to 1990, has been minimally refurbished in collaboration with architect Jaime Ingelmo to retain its local authenticity. That said, the wooden shutters on the windows are a nod to Schärer’s stint in Switzerland.

Architecture
THE GEOMETRY OF SEASIDE COOL

Mirroring the basic white geometric buildings dotting the shoreline of Playa del Carmen, the hotel’s building, which dates back to 1990, has been minimally refurbished in collaboration with architect Jaime Ingelmo to retain its local authenticity. That said, the wooden shutters on the windows are a nod to Schärer’s stint in Switzerland.

Natural, local materials such as stone, polished concrete, and bricks were used to create the hotel’s simple earthy vibe. Suites, such as the Terraza, even have outdoor baths for the ultimate laidback lifestyle.

MIX-N-MATCH

Owners Alexis Schärer and Angie Rodriguez were inspired by the different parts of the world they have called home. They've worked closely with antique furniture restorer Andres Ocejo to realize their dreams. The result is an elegant mix of furniture and references—the concrete floor harkens back to Greece; antique handmade mosaic tiles recall those of the Yucatan region; and an industrial loft atmosphere is akin to what one might find in New York.

White pervades all spaces with its quality of timelessness and calmness, and the sense of expansive space. In the Suite Terraza, gilded frames and chandeliers are an ode to the elegance of Saint Barts.

MIX-N-MATCH

Owners Alexis Schärer and Angie Rodriguez were inspired by the different parts of the world they have called home. They've worked closely with antique furniture restorer Andres Ocejo to realize their dreams. The result is an elegant mix of furniture and references—the concrete floor harkens back to Greece; antique handmade mosaic tiles recall those of the Yucatan region; and an industrial loft atmosphere is akin to what one might find in New York.

 

White pervades all spaces with its quality of timelessness and calmness, and the sense of expansive space. In the Suite Terraza, gilded frames and chandeliers are an ode to the elegance of Saint Barts.

MIX-N-MATCH

Owners Alexis Schärer and Angie Rodriguez were inspired by the different parts of the world they have called home. They've worked closely with antique furniture restorer Andres Ocejo to realize their dreams. The result is an elegant mix of furniture and references—the concrete floor harkens back to Greece; antique handmade mosaic tiles recall those of the Yucatan region; and an industrial loft atmosphere is akin to what one might find in New York.

White pervades all spaces with its quality of timelessness and calmness, and the sense of expansive space. In the Suite Terraza, gilded frames and chandeliers are an ode to the elegance of Saint Barts.

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