Rahola Vidal Arquitectes, Mayte Matutes bring retro glamor to the OD Port Portals on the island of Mallorca

Design Hotels announced that its newest member on the island of Mallorca, OD Port Portals, opened its doors in the neighborhood of Portals Nous. It is the third property from OD Hotels.

Architecture was by Victor Rahola Aguadé of Rahola Vidal Arquitectes, while interior design was by Mayte Matutes of Estudi Pam 2.

The 77-room OD Port Portals is influenced by Mediterranean design. The interiors take their cue from the Ibizan sister properties, with retro glamor conveyed through design classics, colors and patterns. Warm colors offset cool white, producing variations of light and shadow, both inside and out. Sixty-seven rooms and 10 Junior Suites offer clean lines and hues, accented by wood, stone and leather detailing. The public spaces are a focal point, with designer furniture and textiles made exclusively for the hotel.

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The property, which has views across the island, has a pool area, four customizable meeting rooms and full restaurant and bar facilities.

OD Port Portals is situated in Portals Nous, a neighborhood in the municipality of Calvià on the western part of Mallorca, the largest of Spain's Balearic Islands. The hotel is located 300 meters away from Puerto Portals, a yacht harbor and leisure center with known bars and restaurants like Gerhard Schwaiger´s Tristán, along with multiple lifestyle boutiques. Set in the heart of the bay of Palma, Puerto Portals hosts various social and sporting events throughout the whole year. It is located 6 miles from the center of Palma and 10 miles from the airport.

Design Hotels represents and markets a curated selection of 260 independent hotels in over 50 countries across the globe. It was founded by Claus Sendlinger in 1993. The company has its headquarters in Berlin and branches in London, Barcelona, New York and Singapore. 

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