Hotel Design: Baystone Boutique Hotel and Spa by Albert Angel

When it comes to a hotel design, creating a space where clients can feel they belong and comfortable even when they are away from home is essential. Great destinations are places where magic exists and this is true with Baystone Boutique Hotel and Spa, which was created and completed by Albert Angel.

This hospitality design is located in Mauritius and though the country may be developed the hotel is an appealing artwork situated deep in the Indian Ocean on the coast of East Africa. The continuity of the boutique hotel, its design and the environment particularly the ocean is impressive. Baystone took advantage of the natural beauty found on the coast where white sand and turquoise waters meet. Additionally, the beautiful hotel also has a pleasingly unique hotel interior design furnished by Albert Angel – a New York-based architect.

The entire space particularly the hotel interiors speaks about understated beauty but direct and straightforward without robbing off the resort its natural luxury and design. The color scheme followed by this beautiful hotel is similar to the outside environment including the pebble-like cushions characterized mainly of pale palette but with subtle highlights and emphasis.

Personally, I like the overhead arrangement – which is like a work of art in the dining room. It represents continuity of space but also signifies the waves on the ocean with its curves. Oddly, I find the waves relaxing and calming, which reminds me of the beautiful waves by the sea. Whether or not you consider Mauritius as a holiday destination, having Baystone Boutique Hotel and Spa is a great place to stay – or probably a perfect place to fall in love.

Posted by JackieAzuela at 22 January, 2013

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  1. Wow, absolutely beautiful. I would be dubious that a colour scheme with such an aquatic theme would feel really cold, to me a cosy room is an essential. But this clinical, nautical, space age (I don’t think I have ever used those words in the same sentence but that’s a good thing no?!) looks so inviting! Mind you, who would want cosy when presented with a beach like that?

    Comment by The People Stories on January 22, 2013 at 2:57 pm

  2. Great Post thanks for sharing…

    Comment by Wardrobe Storage Systems on January 23, 2013 at 2:13 am

  3. The place looks amazing and it’s great the people can come here and relax

    Comment by Cascade Manor on January 28, 2013 at 5:14 am


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