5 May 2022
Envisioned as a paradise on Earth, Happy Hour Villa has based its concept of luxury on the well-being of the guests, with a natural and harmonious design by Synergy Design Studio and Island Art & Framing in which the PORCELANOSA collections stand out.
An idyllic retreat with a private cove
This exclusive 1,200 square metre villa is situated in Puerto Seco Beach, one of Jamaica's most beautiful beaches where the clear turquoise waters meet towering palm trees to frame this exotic peaceful retreat.
An idyllic setting full of natural water springs and lush vegetation, which also translate into the interior of this luxurious villa. Its 7 bedrooms overlooking the Caribbean Sea (2 Premium suites with XXL beds) open out onto a beach with a private cove for snorkelling and enjoying the tropical surroundings.
Formed of two symmetrical blocks that envelop the Jamaican beach itself by means of a façade clad with porcelain tiles from Porcelanosa, its architectural structure uses materials with natural textures to achieve this mimesis with the sea. This is the case of the Nantes floor tiles in the limestone tone from Porcelanosa, whose large limestone pieces (HIGHKER®) unite interior and exterior, accentuating the spaciousness and luminosity of the main bedrooms, common living areas and hallways. Thanks to its realistic and anti-slip finish, this collection is also used as flooring in the outdoor area and enhance the safety of the portico area, the panoramic viewpoint and the infinity pool with heated jacuzzi and island views.
Private gardens and personal chef
Designed for the escapism and happiness of guests (hence the name), this resort boasts huge lounges, 9 bathrooms (designed with Newport and Lexington ceramic wood in the cognac tone from Porcelanosa) and all manner of premium amenities to be enjoyed: gardens, spa, a massage room, sauna, games room, bar (clad with the Gravity Aluminium 3D Hexagon Metal mosaic from L'Antic Colonial) and a multimedia room. The villa also has an extensive tennis court and a gym, as well as a private chef who creates personalised menus with fresh local produce.
Learn more about this project in issue 39 of Lifestyle magazine.