Interiors Awards 2014: Hotel

Interiors Awards 2014: Hotel
Jan 24, 2014  Interiors Awards 2014: Hotel
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Interiors Awards 2014: Hotel_01 IA14_Hotel_1.jpg The double-height reception area features marble floors and stairs, bas-relief decorated crown mouldings, a coffered ceiling, period chandeliers, and frescos above its arched passageways. Original hand-painted azulejos—the ornate ceramic tiles native to Seville—have been restored with a vivid azure and mustard palette. 
Interiors Awards 2014: Hotel_02 IA14_Hotel_2.jpg A reimagined version of the original, but long-lost, Bar Americano has an Art Deco feel with lacquered walls, grand mirrors, and a polished brass bar. 
Interiors Awards 2014: Hotel_03 IA14_Hotel_3.jpg The Reales Alcázares Suite, envisioned as the private boudoir of María de Padilla, the secret mistress of the legendary King Pedro the Cruel, has a moody palette of charcoal and white. 
 
Interiors Awards 2014: Hotel_04 IA14_Hotel_4.jpg The Reales Alcázares Suite, envisioned as the private boudoir of María de Padilla, the secret mistress of the legendary King Pedro the Cruel, has a moody palette of charcoal and white.  
Interiors Awards 2014: Hotel_05 IA14_Hotel_6.jpg The hotel was designed in the Mudéjar style, a fusion of Seville’s Romanesque, Gothic, and Moorish influences. The guestrooms also draw from these influences, including the Moorish guestrooms, which feature elaborately-carved headboards.