The project for the new 5-star hotel in Port de Sant Miquel in Ibiza is a project that would occupy the site of an old hotel built in the 1970s and located on the same plot.
This proposal stands out for its clear intention of adapting to its surroundings, generating a minimum impact on the landscape and adapting the architecture to an Ibizan style: white plaster walls, ceramic floors, lattices, cane pergolas... in order to recover the traditional construction.
The decomposition of the building into different blocks, to avoid a dense and compact design is another differentiating factor. In this way, the architectural proposal presents a large central volume in which there are different common areas. From the central module a series of side-by-side independent modules are positioned that, in sets of two, contain the rooms.
Thanks to this decision, not only do we achieve a lower landscape impact, but we also gain a better positioning of the building with respect to the boundaries of the plot. The hotel has a total of 96 rooms, 4 of which are Junior Suites and one is a Presidential Suite.
The main access is located in the block of common areas, which cross the plot, with their lobby spaces on the first floor and the restaurant on the second floor facing towards the sea. The position of the access and the block of common areas manages to minimize routes, both for customers and service.
The rest of the blocks, where the rooms are located, are separated and joined between them along the plot by winding walkways, thus avoiding a monolithic feeling and generating large outdoor spaces that are interspersed between the building, always having the sea as the great protagonist.