Hotel Marriott Rabat
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The Marriott Rabat Hotel is a 5-star hotel on the outskirts of the capital, a stone’s throw from the royal palace (the Dâr-al-Makhzen). The hotel is distinguished by its exceptional appearance, full of exotic charm and classical elegance, in a combination of rare design harmony.
A few facts about the Marriott Rabat Hotel
The hotel covers four floors and an area of approximately 2,000 square metres: it has 172 standard and deluxe rooms, 15 suites of more than 60 square metres, a presidential suite of 130 square metres, as well as four restaurants, a conference centre and a wellness centre.
Inside, the hotel displays an elegantly understated décor, embellished with arabesque accents in a setting of decorum, class and comfort. The interiors are the result of a rational and passionate encounter between suggestions of the Orient and contemporary technology.
The studio of Jean-Philippe Nuel
Jean-Philippe Nuel is a French architect specialising in luxury hotel furnishings. He has always followed a vision based on the customisation of schemes, according to an approach that aims to combine creativity with essentiality, style with comfort of use, avoiding formal excesses, but also the obvious: in the French designer’s conception, form and function are interconnected, bound together, part of the same unit.
The Space Odysseys design studio carries on the architect’s vocations, transforming the fascinations that animate Nuel’s style into art design projects and giving concrete form to ideas that are always innovative, never predictable.
Monteleone mirrors for the Marriott project in Rabat
In this top-level context, we at Monteleone, proud representatives of Made in Italy and professionals in the custom production of mirrors for the luxury hotel sector, were involved. We joined the design studio by providing unique and customised solutions for bathroom furniture, taking care of the mirrors and their lighting.
Our creations are all signed SPEKKIO, the brand that authenticates Monteleone products and characterises them through silk-screen printing or self-adhesive labels.
Below is the gallery dedicated to the project: what do you think?