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Dramatic Designs: Glass floors at Les Cols Pavellones, Spain

Posted by Melanie Nayer  October 15, 2012 04:04 AM

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glass-floor hotel.jpegThere aren't many times when walking on glass is a good idea, but the architects and designers at Les Cols Pavellones hotel in Spain made it so. The hotel, located just two hours north of Barcelona, takes style and sensuality to a new level, which is why it's today's Dramatic Design.

One step into this hotel and you'll notice something truly extraordinary: all the doors, walls and floors at Les Cols Pavellones are created completely of green glass and black steel. Even the guest room bathrooms are completely see-through. In an effort to keep guests focused on their own originality, the rooms are void of televisions, phones, or radios. The glass construction also adds a touch of the organic - glass floors allow guests to view the earth - and what's growing in it - beneath.

It's one-part futuristic, one-part sensual, and one-part eco-friendly. Rooms at Les Cols Pavellones start at $355.

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Past Dramatic Designs:
B2Hotel's Lobby Lounge and Wine Bar
Gramercy Park Hotel's Drawing Room
Mandarin Oriental New York's elliptical lobby
Ritz-Carlton Wolfsburg's 'floating' swimming pool
Ireland's Lismore Castle
Frescos at Four Seasons Hotel Firenze
Cave Bar at Mövenpick Hotel Hamburg
Bulgari Hotel London's glass mosaic pool
3D art at Four Seasons Baltimore
Viceroy Miami outdoor pool deck
Fairmont Copley Plaza's $20 million renovation
Holiday Inn Shanghai Pudong Kangqiao's glass-bottom pool
Madonna Inn's themed guest rooms
Toronto's Hazelton Hotel's $99,900 bed
The St. Regis Hotel New York's Bentley Suite
Palatial spaces at Ritz-Carlton Vienna
Four Seasons Toronto 'spa in the sky'

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Melanie Nayer is a travel writer who spent many years in the newsroom before jetting off to see the world. Her goal is to bring readers the best insider information More »

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