Luxury is back in Malaga

Gran Hotel Miramar Resort & Spa 5*GL DECOR & DESIGN THE GRAN HOTEL MIRAMAR RESORT & SPA 5*GL, DUE TO OPEN IN LATE 2016, WILL HAVE 200 ROOMS OF DIFFERENT CATEGORIES (PREMIER, DELUXE, IMPERIAL SUITE AND ROYAL SUITE).
The team of decorators, including Aneta Mijatovic, Rosa Escribano and José Segui, has come up with the ideal formula which allows guests to choose between four different environments, creating a unique experience for each visit. Hoteles Santos is finalising the exterior and interior details of the Gran Hotel Miramar Resort & Spa, Malaga’s first five-star Grand Luxury hotel, which will also be opening its doors as a member of the select group which is The Leading Hotels of the World.
 
 
The luxury and exclusiveness which will characterize the sensations guests of the Gran Hotel Miramar will experience are clearly visible upon analysing the building’s architecture. It is a building with a rich architectural inheritance from the early twenties and was originally designed by Fernando Guerrero Strachan.
Classical Room. Inspired by grand ballrooms and by the classicism which is an obvious part of the building’s general appearance, the aim of these rooms is to take guests back to a time before it was built. Aneta Mijatovic has decorated part of the rooms, which are adorned with classical ivory colour mouldings and palatial colour schemes for the furnishings, combined with high-quality wood.
Mediterranean Room. This type of rooms, the work of Mijatovic, arises from the character of the Gran Hotel Miramar itself, with its urban location by the sea. Elements inspired by the Mediterranean, in either tur-quoise or coral colours, give the rooms a maritime feel, contrasting with white. Pieces of coral, shells, sea urchins and starfish cover surfaces to provide the room with the final stylish touches.
Arabian Room. The building’s central patio has two large arches in the Nasrid style, which can also be seen in the tiled skirting board which surrounds the perimeter. These elements inspired the decoration for these rooms, which have a definite Nasrid feel about them, with white being the predominant colour for the textures which can be seen both in the rooms designed by Aneta Mijatovic and those by Rosa Escribano.
Botanical Room. These are the rooms on the ground floor, which have their own gardens and are the work of Mijatovic. The main idea is to recreate the colours and textures of plants which are autochthonous to the area, mainly palm trees, magnolias, begonias, bamboo, etc. This way, guests can perceive an indoor extension of the spectacular 9,000m2 gardens which surround the building.