El Otro Lado

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The Original Zarak Jorge

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The Original Zarak Jorge

Architecture

Color Coding

Each of the five houses are individually styled, with particular attention given to color and the integration of objéts d’art from the Caribbean, Africa and Europe. Among the villas on offer is the green Forest House, tucked between a waterfall and the jungle, which uses emerald-colored decorative fabrics and a quaint collection of Turkish caps all designed to attract relaxation, tranquility, and assurance. African masks made from recycled plastic embellish the yellow Sun House, which also houses pieces by Sandra Eleta, one of Panama’s most successful photographers. The purple Spirit House is decorated with a mix of indigenous handicrafts and contemporary photography.

Interior Design

Arte Povera Meets Local Craft

Sensory thrills emanate from El Otro Lado's interiors, which integrate Arte Povera with 20th-century sculpture, paintings, and black-and-white photographs. In the Gazebo, a rotunda-shaped building that functions as the hotel’s all-in-one public space, an unlikely medley of sculptures and figurines combine with white sofas, splashed with pink, to create a dynamic social space.

In the villas, original paintings and handicrafts off-set mid-century modern details like vintage end tables and low-slung wooden coffee tables. Feather topped beds and Egyptian percale cotton linens by Rivolta Carmignani invite guests to lounge in comfort and style.

Interior Design
Arte Povera Meets Local Craft

Sensory thrills emanate from El Otro Lado's interiors, which integrate Arte Povera with 20th-century sculpture, paintings, and black-and-white photographs. In the Gazebo, a rotunda-shaped building that functions as the hotel’s all-in-one public space, an unlikely medley of sculptures and figurines combine with white sofas, splashed with pink, to create a dynamic social space.

 
 

In the villas, original paintings and handicrafts off-set mid-century modern details like vintage end tables and low-slung wooden coffee tables. Feather topped beds and Egyptian percale cotton linens by Rivolta Carmignani invite guests to lounge in comfort and style.

Interior Design
Arte Povera Meets Local Craft

Sensory thrills emanate from El Otro Lado's interiors, which integrate Arte Povera with 20th-century sculpture, paintings, and black-and-white photographs. In the Gazebo, a rotunda-shaped building that functions as the hotel’s all-in-one public space, an unlikely medley of sculptures and figurines combine with white sofas, splashed with pink, to create a dynamic social space.

In the villas, original paintings and handicrafts off-set mid-century modern details like vintage end tables and low-slung wooden coffee tables. Feather topped beds and Egyptian percale cotton linens by Rivolta Carmignani invite guests to lounge in comfort and style.

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