Published: Friday, October 20, 2006
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Views into the 8-storey central atrium from entry level - left: the bank of glass elevators visible upon entry to one side; right: looking back towards the entrance facade.
In its interior there is an 8-storey central atrium that culminates in a ceiling forming half of a vault. Light plays a very important role in this space. Illuminated by a number of perforations, a different light and shadow game unfolds at each hour of the day.
The Chillida bar on the ground floor
The bar and restaurant is located on the ground floor, while the suites are distributed across different levels. The pool and the health club is located on the 6th floor, in one of the big perforations with the park view.
One of the executive suites, with the 9-square lattice window clearly visible on the right.
The hotel has more than 211 rooms, between standard rooms and suites, having all the installations of a 5 stars hotel.
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