November 23, 2017 | Updated: January 8, 2019


Traces of history and nature in the Viñas de Lárrede Hotel

Set in the mountains, next to the Gállego River and the Romanesque church of San Pedro de Lárrede, there is the Viñas de Lárrede Hotel. A haven that perfectly combines the new with the old, innovation with history, along with the most current technology with a rural essence.

One of the most characteristic pieces in the hotel is its imposing façade, which comes from an old demolished house, and, that is the reason why traces left by nature and time can be seen. A facade where larch wood from Siberia has been included for the large windows that face outwards towards the peaks of the valley.

Indoors, the fireplace welcomes us into the living room and invites us to contemplate the landscape in a warm, comforting and modernised atmosphere. The contrast between the hotel’s outdoors and indoors is remarkable since the latter has a modernised rural atmosphere in which noble materials and cutting-edge designs from the PORCELANOSA Group coexist.

Whereas in the hall, the Ston-Ker Arizona Arena floor tile by Porcelanosa has been used, in the living room and other rooms, the Legend 1L Light natural wood parquet by L'Antic Colonial leads the way in providing warm nuances to the aforementioned rooms. Specifically, 17 rooms have female names, such as: The Ana, The Ines or The Maria Luisa suites. Spaces full of personality that include wall tiles, floor tiles and bathroom equipment from the firm.

With a strong neo-classical aesthetics, the bathroom in the Ana suite combines the Florencia Natural wall tile and the Newport Dark Gray floor tile, both by Venis; with the sophisticated Clip Square Blanco countertop basin (with Soft-close seat) and wall hung bidet from the Hotels series. In addition, we find a minimalist touch with the Minimal XL whirltub and the taps from the Concept series by Noken Porcelanosa Bathrooms.

In the other rooms, there is the Florencia Natural wall tile by Venis, but this time, combined with the Bubble countertop basin and the Concept taps by Noken Porcelanosa Bathrooms.

Lárrede is one of those places in the world that has something magical due to its location, its light, its countryside smell and its 10th Century houses. A haven in which we return to the origin, a place to share experiences, nature and a dinner table with the family.

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