Palacio Vallier Hotel – Valencia
The 5-star Palacio Vallier hotel is established in a modernist palace dating from 1883, with an art deco-inspired interior design, furnishings made with the finest materials and details in bronze, Lladró porcelain and Carrara marble.
Staying overnight is an experience drenched in history. During its refurbishment, architectural remains of a Roman perfumery from the Third Century were discovered and over the years it has taken multiple functions: private residence, headquarters of the Supreme Court, American House, and Valencia’s Provincial Council.
Today, it has thirty-one boutique rooms, all of them with decorative elements that take us back to the 1920s and create a comfortable yet striking atmosphere.
The Aleta chair with brass base, designed by Jaime Hayon, complements the desk in bedrooms.
The Holy Day side tables work as bedside tables and the Burin Mini low table by Patricia Urquiola gives extra support around the marvelous marble bathtub.
A unique enclave located in the most illustrative area of the old part of the city. An authentic modernist experience to disconnect and enjoy an escape in Valencia.
Casa Beatnik – A Coruña, Spain
Located in the north of Spain, Casa Beatnik hotel is the latest hospitality proposal by Maison Bonhome. A vibrant retreat with a bohemian aesthetic, propelled by the fusion of three inspiring countries: the colorful Morocco, the French joie de vivre, and the Italian sophistication.
ME Hotel – Barcelona
The Meliá hotel group opened ME Barcelona by Meliá in Barcelona, its first newly built 5* hotel, which aims to be a cultural epicenter that fuses art, design, fashion, and music. Its avant-garde interior design spreads creativity and energy, thanks to unique pieces of art and contemporary design furniture from local and international firms. For