Hotel Cort

Palma de Mallorca / Spain / 2013

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With its dazzling alabaster façade and crimson highlights Hotel Cort proudly watches over the hustle and bustle of Plaça Cort, one of the city’s main plazas. Within the century-old edifice, the prize-winning Spanish designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán has created a unique feeling of ample space, individual tranquility and choice reclusion. The winding hallways are draped in blue-white Ikat-tapestry, while historic maritime maps evoke the island’s seafaring traditions. The rooms and suites, varying between 26 and 70 square meters (280 and 753 square feet), each bear their own trademarks thanks to the design of the building, originally home to a bank. Some of the rooms have fireplaces or spiral staircases while others feature balconies or terraces. Mirroring the natural colors of the island, the rooms are saturated in colors of pine green, terracotta, ultramarine and petrol blue. A variety of lush couches, sprawling carpets and wide beds convey a soothing sense of lavish and spacious comfort.

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    With its dazzling alabaster façade and crimson highlights Hotel Cort proudly watches over the hustle and bustle of Plaça Cort, one of the city’s main plazas. Within the century-old edifice, the prize-winning Spanish designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán has created a unique feeling of ample space, individual tranquility and choice reclusion. The winding hallways are draped in blue-white Ikat-tapestry, while historic maritime maps evoke the island’s...

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