Every hotel around the world has its own distinctive features, some are all involved in marketing and giving customers what they asked for. Others, like the Casas del XVI, are about preserving the past and showing a piece of the history that has shaped the culture that it has become.
This beautiful hotel design in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic captures the essence of the colonists from the Spanish colonial era. It was designed by Alejandro Marranzini and consists of a total of 20 villas.
While the hotel has everything one could need in modern life, there has been a mix of each villa that features the history and architecture of the period around which it was designed. Each villa has a different look and feel and is a step back in history that gives visitors a different look every time they stay.
The common areas are also a step back in history as modern day gets a bit of both worlds.
Pay attention to the amazing details in this beautiful hotel design, from each of the rooms shown to the common lounge areas. Each room has the basics, but the style and effort that went into them are all different. Add the luxury of it all to the mix and you have a beautiful hotel design that is second to none in the region.
The place also includes a small pool with a sun area as well as a place to sit and eat. The inner guest lounges also take into account the appearance of time with the comfort of the modern world.