Magnus Ehrland designs interiors of El Llorenç Parc de la Mar

El Llorenç Parc de la Mar is slated to open in July in the heart of La Calatrava, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

The hotel interiors are the work of Swedish designer, Magnus Ehrland. Tapping into the local history and Moorish influence on the island, Ehrland incorporated the use of geometric motifs throughout the design. This aesthetic pays homage to the history of the neighborhood – where one can find the remnants of ancient Arab Baths and the architectural gem, La Almudaina, a former Muslim fortress, turned royal palace of the monarchs of the Kingdom of Mallorca.

In total, the property will have 33 guestrooms.

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Amenities will include an infinity pool on the multi-terraced rooftop with a cocktail bar, and Ç Wellness Studio, a spa with a 14-meter indoor thermal pool, sauna, Turkish hammam, ice fountain, along with cascade and aromatic showers. There is also a gym.

For dining, the property will have Dins Santi Taura, Tannur and Ç The Rooftop (located atop the three-tiered rooftop terrace, and has 360-degree views of the surrounding areas).

Joan Comas is the GM of the property.

Photo credit: El Llorenç Parc de la Mar

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