May 26, 2022

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Aloft Querétaro, a fine dining, luxury, pet-friendly hotel

The Marriott hotel chain has added a new five-star hotel in Mexico to its Courtyard brand, a hotel designed by ELZ Arquitectos using the PORCELANOSA collections.

In its 20,000 m2, the Aloft Querétaro Hotel (Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico) combines design, comfort and fine dining restaurants with the PORCELANOSA collections.

Designed by architect Juan Manuel Lemus (ELZ Arquitectos) under the concept "sensational atmosphere", this five-star hotel complex, part of Aloft by Marriot in alliance with Grupo Presidente, features structures of glass blocks and vibrant colours to embrace Mexico's exotic culture.

A modern, functional design

With 150 spacious rooms, an infinity outdoor swimming pool, a gym and three restaurants where local products are combined with the most cutting-edge culinary styles (with the famous Ay, Lola! restaurant managed by the highly acclaimed chef Pablo San Román and specialising in contemporary Spanish cuisine), this resort offers a variety of amenities to ensure its visitors enjoy their stay.

A pet-friendly hotel designed with the guest's wellbeing in mind, as can be seen in its design and modern façade. Its symmetrical volume open to the exterior with a ventilated façade system by Butech, the structure is covered with the extra-thin Basic Silver Nature tile by XTONE.

On its four floors, minimalist furniture merges with textiles in blue and maroon tones, and industrial-style lamps. Vibrant colours that highlight the character of this hotel and that acquire greater luminosity with full-body Deep Grey technical porcelain (Solidker) by Porcelanosa, in which Colorstuk 0-4 Manhattan by Butech is used for fine finish joins. The large pieces from the Deep Grey collection shape the hall and the common areas to unite interior and exterior with the same aesthetic and thus integrate into the landscape.

See it in Projects Porcelanosa.

Architecture: ELZ Arquitectos

Construction company: Inmobiliaria Arat

Photo: Inmobiliaria Arat

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