August 12, 2015 · Hospitality


    Built in 1924 in Montevideo, Uruguay, this landmark of the Uruguayan Belle Époque was renovated to regain its category as one of the leading hotels of the world. The interior spaces were designed to harmonize contemporary and historical features; 116 rooms and spacious suites combine renovated architecture with modern comfort. The visual integration of the bathrooms to the rooms redefines the concept of privacy. Textiles and carpets in neutral tones, the palette is inspired in the earthy shades of the River Plate. Walnut veneer features on doors, grids and coatings. At the spa the water flows, merging with the symphony of silver reflections on the walls, mirrors and crystals.