Jorge Rossello designs top-floor suites at San Juan Marriott

San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino

San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino in Puerto Rico completed a half-million dollar renovation of two new penthouse suites. The Executive Suite and Vice Presidential Suite have luxurious accommodations and amenities, and has views of the city of San Juan and the Caribbean as a backdrop.

The 1,094-square-foot Vice Presidential Suite has a wraparound balcony, a living and dining area, bar and bedroom with two double beds. Meanwhile, the 581-square-foot Executive Suite has a balcony, living and dining area, and a king bedroom. Both suites also have soundproof floor-to-ceiling windows, sleeper sofas, coffee and tea service, and such amenities as retractable flat screen televisions.

Jorge Rossello was the designer behind the decor, lighting and artwork of the two suites. The suites have a color palette including blue, orange and natural tones. The suites’ bathrooms have ceramic and quartz materials. The furniture and decor evoke modern minimalism, which is complemented with geometric fabrics.

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San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino

San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino

San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino

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