May 24, 2019 | Updated: February 1, 2022


Protur Naisa Palma, a contemporary art hotel in the center of Mallorca

The interior designer, Marga Rotger, has banked on a vintage decor with the L’Antic Colonial and Noken collections from PORCELANOSA Group.

The neutral, white and earth colours are mixed with natural wood and the glass structures, which reflect that rich Iberian Peninsula geography.

Located just five minutes away from the harbour and the promenade, the 99 rooms in this four-star hotel evoke Mediterranean life through white, nude and green tones.

Inaugurated last January, Protur Naisa Palma has been designed as an Art Hotel where decoration and artistic influences play an important role in client comfort. That was the intention of the interior designer, Marga Rotger, the creator of each of the rooms which make up this Mallorcan haven.


Neutral, white and earth colours merge with natural wood and glass structures. A reflection of that rich geography which makes up the Iberian Peninsula, mixing maritime and mountain landscapes. In this geography of contrasts, the L’Antic Colonial and Noken collections from PORCELANOSA Group, play an important role.

The Aqua Green mosaic by L’Antic Colonial covers the bar in the restaurant. The set of volumes created by this collection increases not only its space storage, but also its brightness. Following the retro aesthetic in this room, the Aqua Green pieces create a chromatic balance between the high yellow armchairs and the lamps which intertwine on the ceiling.

The diaphanous composition of the rooms means that bathrooms and bedrooms are integrated into the same room with the Vintage L mirrors by L’Antic Colonial as a decorative element. Thus, the bathroom furniture, namely: worktops and single lever taps from the Hotels collection (Noken) are located in the same room.

Bathroom furniture in the rooms

The sobriety and elegance of the bathrooms is reflected in the Vintage L basin in a cream Italian finish (L’Antic Colonial). The structure of the rooms (without division or separation) means that in many of them, the bathtubs from the Tono collection and the Lounge taps in a Chrome finish are placed at the foot of the bed. This bathtub model is an exclusive design from the architectural company, Foster+Partners for Noken. Its curved and minimalist shapes eliminate superfluous details, increasing user comfort through the white colour.


Stillness between flowers and salts.

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Pictures by Gori Salva.

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