Can you imagine a dream place, full of design, in which the sea breeze flows through the windows and have some impression views of the Mediterranean? Stop looking for that unique and special place to spend your vacation.
Experimental Menorca It is a new hotel that opens its doors in just a few days in this enclave of the Balearic archipelago. Surrounded by pine forests, juniper bushes and wild flowers, this charming complex occupies the building of an old barracks of the twentieth century beautifully restored.
The walls have been carefully whitewashed, the original gardens have been recreated from mid-century aerial maps, and the interiors have been designed by the interior designer Dorothée Meilichzon.
Rustic stone floors or hand-enameled terracotta tiles are some of the elements that give charm and personality to this place, in which pale olive wood and natural leather are complemented by a palette of colors inspired by the sky of Menorca, with pale blue and gold with orange nuances reminiscent of the dazzling sunset.
All very slow, very design, but at the same time, all very simple and in harmony with that incredible environment that surrounds you. Because the rooms are elegant, but unpretentious, with those impressive headboards in color, herringbone brick floors or bright laminate cabinets. All in colors as relaxing as light blue, water green, pink or a very soft yellow.
A refined deco in which simplicity and beauty reigns, starting with the main building of the complex, which was once the captain's residence. Apart from the 13 rooms in this building, this French capital complex also has nine villas with their own pool scattered throughout the land. A delight for the senses…