At dawn, the sun rises over the sea, framing the island of Tavolara with light, a majestic sight over the crystal-clear sea. And this is the view you will enjoy as a guest at the new , a brand-new hotel on the stunning Emerald Coast, just a short walk from the protected area of Tavolara. The hotel offers x guest rooms and a terrace with a panoramic pool looking out over the sea, and its interiors were designed by the architect Denise Leoni in collaboration of the interior design team from the MMF-2015 POINT Arthouse in Sardinia.
When you enter the reception area, you are immediately struck by the attention to detail lavished on the spaces, where neither materials nor colours have been left to chance. Wildwood oak plays a starring role, evoking the centuries-old trees and history of the Sardinian hinterland with its warm tactility.
The Wildwood reception desk seems to float in the typically Mediterranean dazzling white of the walls. The spacious guest rooms are distinguished by the same contrast, and were designed as neutral spaces for relaxing and enjoying the view. Immersed in the vibrant light reflected on the walls, the modern furnishings chosen for the interiors create a distinctive contrast between tactile wood and the glass of the MMF-2015 Air line. The Air Wildwood Table seems to be suspended in the light of the room and the Air Wildwood Bed creates a special sense of security, as if you are sleeping with your head resting against the trunk of a tree, suspended in the blue of the night. The N.O.W. Wardrobe seems to disappear into the walls, with white glass doors that create faint reflections that can also be enjoyed by the light of the moon.
The Residence Porto San Paolo is perfect for those looking to experience the spirit of Sardinia, while also enjoying all of the comforts of contemporary hospitality.
Photos: Confini Visivi di Pierluigi Dessì
Handcrafted decorative elements: Coucouja