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Hotel Lone to open soon

The Hotel Lone in the Istrian resort of Rovinj, Croatia is set to be opened soon.

The 248-room hotel’s exterior portion has been designed by 3LHD architectural team with its interiors designed by 3LHD in association with Croatia-based Numen. It consists of 11 suites and one presidential suite. The building incorporates a contemporary look with a five-storey atrium located in the facility’s centre, sea-facing terraces and large lobbies.

The hotel imbibes a Y-shaped floor plan with all its rooms providing glimpses of the surrounding sea or the Golden Cape Forest Park.

The guest rooms are adorned with wall coverings and feature balconies and laminated mirrors alternately on side walls to reflect light to showcase images of the encompassing vegetation. The rooms don darker tones of fabrics and are adorned with wood décor including Slavonian oak, complemented by use of terrazzo flooring. Walls made of glass act as a divider between the rooms and the bathrooms also possess a glass structure enabling circulation of natural light to provide a visual treat.

The open-plan and bright lobby area of the hotel is equipped with decorative murals, white stone surfaces, beige and gold-coloured fabrics as well as oval-shaped furniture. Its look is complemented by the presence of an 8.7 metre steel space sculpture created by artist Ivana Franke.

The public spaces of the hotel are large and adorned with interior planting and gardens. Some of the plantations extend to the spacious decked terraces instilling a natural feel in the interior decor. The hotel further houses 10 multi-purpose meeting rooms and a 600-seat auditorium fitted with advanced technology.

Another significant feature of the building is its 1,700 square metre spa. The spa is linked to the wellness centre of Hotel Monte Mulini covering a total area of 2,500 square metres. The spa offers various types of sauna treatments and is equipped with a gym, relaxation room and an indoor fresh-water pool with special hydro-massage effects. The spa also features two interlinked sunken rooms fitted with hydro massage beds and chairs and eight multi-function treatment rooms featuring glass walls which allow glimpses of the nearby national park.

The facility comprises three restaurants namely the Sushi and Seafood Bar (“E”), à la carte restaurant (“L”) and less formal dining experience (“On”). The operational and seating spaces in the restaurant are divided using a thin veil. It also features a number of bars including the Lobby, Conference and Vital bars as well as the night club bar (“Lone”).

Source:  www.worldinteriordesignnetwork.com