May 25, 2015
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Puerto Antilla Grand Hotel, the highest exponent of Andalusian colonial style

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Puerto Antilla Grand Hotel is in the exclusive Playa de Islantilla resort in Costa de Huelva, Andalusia and was built in 2004. It is well known for its spacious, comfortable rooms and its Andalusian colonial style architecture.

The hotel has a total of 400 bedrooms, including doubles, junior suites and family rooms, all designed with a colonial theme and to provide a comfortable haven for guests. There are also 6 rooms for meetings or parties, accommodating up to 1,000 people and equipped with all the latest audio-visual technology required for this kind of event.

This hotel in Islantilla has 5 swimming pools surrounded by gardens (a children’s pool, a pool for adults, an activity pool and a heated pool), a spa, 3 restaurants, a bar, tennis and paddle tennis court, TV lounge and a Mini Club that organises a range of activities for children.

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Materials used in Puerto Antilla Grand Hotel

The materials used include a double-skin facade in Ámbar Apple marble with a honed finish to give the building a touch of elegance that continues into the interior spaces using the same material in some of the cladding. Floors in the dining room and lobby were planned and built using Crema Marfil marble with an aged finish, to give a greater feeling of warmth, keep maintenance to a minimum and reduce the risk of slipping.  The semi-gloss finish balances brightness and light reflection in comparison with a polished finish, resulting in a luxurious yet warm space where nothing is excessive or superfluous.

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