The architecture in the Nobu hotel in Marbella blends the Andalusian classical identity with the constructive shapes of the 60s. A result of the work carried out by the renowned M&P Archidesign Consulting studio.
The hotel lounge encourages the guests to have a rest and a chat, among other reasons owing to the materials which have been used in its construction. This is the case of the Legacy natural oakwood floor tile from L’Antic Colonial, which shows the pieces that the interior designer Jean Pierre Martel was collecting on each of his trips.
Modern tastes from Japan
The hotel restaurant offers a real culinary journey through the senses. The interior design transports the diner to a kind of modernised Japanese canteen, where wood and warm atmospheres play the leading role. The flooring by Venis covers the inside surface, as well as the reception area. An Á La Carte entrance hall proposed by the Japanese chef, Nobu Matsuhisa.
The materials used in both the wall tiles and floor tiles have achieved in creating a number of bright avant-garde atmospheres in every single hotel room. The Carrara Blanco porcelain tile from Porcelanosa highlights the outside lighting.
In the bathroom suites, the Kala White large-format extra slim through-body porcelain from the XLIGHT collection by Urbatek, the custom-made K-Life mineral compact from KRIONTM for the basin area and the countertop with built-in towel rails, contribute to creating safer spaces thanks to their anti-bacterial properties. The Nk Concept taps, the Neptune Slim shower head, the Square jets and the Nk shower pack, all belong to Noken Porcelanosa Bathrooms.
The mixture of combined materials exudes glamour in each colour range. The warmth of the wood, textiles and natural fibres decorate the atmosphere of this trendy cosmopolitan hotel. Paradise in Marbella.