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      Seaside Palm Beach

      Rooms 328   Architecture   Interior Design Alberto Pinto
      The Original Theo Gerlach

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      Rooms
      328
      Architecture

      Interior
      Design Alberto Pinto
      The Original Theo Gerlach
      —Immersed by a palm tree oasis on the most populous of the Canary Islands, Seaside Palm Beach appeals to savvy world travelers and design aficionados alike.

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      Seaside Palm Beach

      Parisian architect and designer Alberto Pinto's redesign of the classic 1970s Seaside Palm Beach is much more than the usual superimposition of a new identity on an old structure. Pinto emphasized original design elements to bring them to the fore, resulting in a strong late-modernist statement. Surrounded by a fabulous palm tree oasis at the edge of a nature reserve on Gran Canaria, Seaside Palm Beach is only 45 minutes by car to the islands’ capital Las Palmas. In the immediate vicinity you will find a five-mile long sandy beach and the famous dunes of Maspalomas – everything within easy walking distance. All luxurious rooms and suites are bathed in light and offer impressive views, spoiling you with 360 days of sunshine per year. Guests can dive into fully indulgent modernity in an extensive, state-of-the-art wellness and spa area, where guests are offered a wide range of massage treatments, saunas, thalasso pools, aromatherapy, and other specialty spa packages.

      Nearest Airport
      SPC - La Palma Airport
      Food & Drink
      Restaurant & Bar
      Spa & Recreation
      Heated Outdoor Pool, Jacuzzi, Massage, Sauna, Tennis Courts
      Conference & Meetings
      3 meeting rooms
      Internet
      Complimentary WiFi
      Services
      Airport Shuttle, Concierge, Parking, Room Service

      Architecture

      Old-school elegance

      Located in an old palm grove, the Miami Beach-inspired façade curves to provide visual relief and a constantly flowing sense of interior and exterior space. Turquoise-mosaic pools and public spaces in a muted palette play up sun and shade. Bold Pucci-style patterns are reinterpreted in an array of different textures and materials, whether sandblasted onto mirrors around the bar, or transformed into expressive light shades. Materials such as chrome, mirrored glass, travertine and marble add strong accents of luxury and old-school elegance.

      The overall effect is less retro than contemporary, as Pinto’s scrubbing of unnecessary elements and emphasis on modern materials shows just how forward-looking the original design was in the first place. For this effort the hotel was awarded the prestigious red dot design award in 2004.

      Interior Design

      A decadent take on seaside glamour

      The 328 rooms reflect the distinct stylistic era of the building, a particularly decadent take on seaside glamour. Pinto’s redesign involved playing up color contrast to celebrate sunset, sea and sand. Thus, walls are bathed in warm tones and floors come alive in cool colors. Furniture is uncluttered and displays clean, rounded lines, accented by chrome, varnish and brass. 

      Interior Design
      A decadent take on seaside glamour

      The 328 rooms reflect the distinct stylistic era of the building, a particularly decadent take on seaside glamour. Pinto’s redesign involved playing up color contrast to celebrate sunset, sea and sand. Thus, walls are bathed in warm tones and floors come alive in cool colors. Furniture is uncluttered and displays clean, rounded lines, accented by chrome, varnish and brass. 

      The overall effect is less retro than contemporary, as Pinto’s scrubbing of unnecessary elements and emphasis on modern materials shows just how forward-looking the original design was in the first place. For this effort the hotel was awarded the prestigious red dot design award in 2004.

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      Theo Gerlach

      In 2010, hospitality pioneer Theo Gerlach received the title of Hijo Adoptivo (Adopted Son) from the island of Gran Canaria. His status as an honorary citizen has been forty years in the making. Gerlach's continuous efforts to promote sustainable tourism on the Canary Islands started in 1970 when the German native traveled there for the first time. He was so impressed by the beauty of Gran Canaria – not to mention its climate: nearly 365 sunny days per year – that he opened the first hotel on the island four years later. Today his company Seaside Hotels comprises eight properties, four on the Canary Islands, which he runs himself, and four in Germany. An avid golfer, Gerlach is supported as both a player and sponsor at selected golf tournaments on the islands of Gran Canaria and Lanzarote.

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