vivood's landscape hotel unobtrusively occupies a spanish valley
vivood’s landscape hotel unobtrusively occupies a spanish valley
all images courtesy of vivood landscape hotels
nestled in southeastern spain’s guadalest valley, a sustainable luxury resort has opened its doors to guests. the inaugural vivood landscape hotel comprises 25 independent suites, which are lightly and unobtrusively perched above the rugged, undulating terrain. the retreat also includes a fine dining restaurant and lounge bar, a panoramic swimming pool, and a host of private terraces and jacuzzis.
a series of independent suites are dotted across the spanish landscape
the design concept was developed in order to promote the independence and individuality of each of the rooms. this is reflected is the resort’s layout, organized around a central spine that connects the entirety of the hotel complex. within each of the suites, floor-to-ceiling windows generate private internal verandas with impressive external views. white walls maximize the amount of daylight within each 27 square meter volume, with gray ceramic floor tiles used throughout.
the approach to one of the hotel’s private units
floor-to-ceiling windows generate a private internal veranda with impressive views
the shower is housed within a wet room
private terraces contain sunken jacuzzis
an infinity pool affords guests panoramic views across the landscape
the resort caters exclusively to adults
areas for relaxation surround the pool
the retreat includes a restaurant and lounge bar
internal dining areas offer external views
the project has been constructed using sustainable materials
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