Hospes Palau De La Mar

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Flying high on the honors bestowed upon them for some of the hottest restaurant and hotel interiors in Spain, the Hospes Design Team was the perfect fit when it came to remodeling the two adjacent 1800’s Valencian palaces.

ARCHITECTURE

A HEART SO WHITE

Known for restoring historic buildings while successfully updating them into workable and luxurious properties, Hospes incorporated natural light, which pours through a stained glass skylight, while the grand loggia stairway with an intricately carved wood banister has been made all the more striking by simply painting the surrounding areas a stark ivory white.

ARCHITECTURE
A HEART SO WHITE

Known for restoring historic buildings while successfully updating them into workable and luxurious properties, Hospes incorporated natural light, which pours through a stained glass skylight, while the grand loggia stairway with an intricately carved wood banister has been made all the more striking by simply painting the surrounding areas a stark ivory white.

Flying high on the honors bestowed upon them for some of the hottest restaurant and hotel interiors in Spain, the Hospes Design Team was the perfect fit when it came to remodeling the two adjacent 1800’s Valencian palaces.

The thoughtfully designed rooms at Hospes Palau de la Mar not only serve as glorious respite from an exciting city, theypair well with the classical nobility of the façade and interior architecture.

Interior Design

ISABEL LÓPEZ AND SANDRA TARRUELLA

Esteemed designers Isabel López and Sandra Tarruella used rich dark woods to contrast bright white walls and a modern, textured décor. The result of their combined efforts is a welcoming space that surprises and delights every kind of discerning traveler. 

Interior Design
ISABEL LÓPEZ AND SANDRA TARRUELLA

Esteemed designers Isabel López and Sandra Tarruella used rich dark woods to contrast bright white walls and a modern, textured décor. The result of their combined efforts is a welcoming space that surprises and delights every kind of discerning traveler. 

The thoughtfully designed rooms at Hospes Palau de la Mar not only serve as glorious respite from an exciting city, theypair well with the classical nobility of the façade and interior architecture.