Providing a unique sense of luxury and comfort, the Grand Portal Nous’ bedroom designs were conceived by the extremely proficient Dutch designer, Marcel Wanders. This stunning hotel in the Balearic Islands is the idyllic venue for nature lovers and beach partiers.
With 75 guest rooms, one of the most captivating aspects of the interiors is the fact that Wanders add a lightbox emblazoned with the image of a giant blue eyeball that peers across the all-white palette suites. It acts as a room divider with a circular mirror mounted to the opposite side and stationed above twin bathroom sinks.
This stunning feature adds vibrancy and originality to the room and defines the interiors of this new beach-side hotel, operated by the Iberostar Group.
The furnishings are a delight. Many of which are from the collection of Mooi for which Wanders acts as the art director. His passion for the theatrical surprise is evidently seen throughout the hotel. As expected, Wanders created the whimsical interiors he’s so renowned and beloved for.
Two of the most appealing suites is the Naughty themed one that allows guests to enjoy seductive materials and textures, and the Stargazer suite that offers sweeping views that are simply too good to deny.
In order to reinforce the Majorcan style, Marcel Wanders combined a mix of shapes and vibrant patterns, so as to “forge an environment of tranquility”. The use of white reflective surfaces helps to achieve a sense of openness and welcomeness.
“In a place full of beauty such as Majorca, there is liberation found within a delightfully pampered experience.” – Marcel Wanders
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Source: Azure Magazine