The 'VIVOOD Landscape Hotel' Has Rooms Spread Out Across the Land

By: Christopher Magsambol - Oct 18, 2015
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The 'VIVOOD Landscape Hotel' came about after a technological development of sustainable modular shelters. Once a shelter concept, the private pods are now part of a hotel design that sees sparsely spread out rooms throughout the gorgeous landscape of Virgin of Guadalest Valley.

The VIVOOD Landscape Hotel marks Spain's first landscape hotel that has this unusual layout. 25 independent suits make up the hotel, each of which get a drastically different view of the surroundings compared to other rooms. A challenge for architects was to find a safe and stable location to build each room, as well as ensure a terrific view. Throughout the complex, a restaurant, jazz bar and panoramic pool are also available.

The VIVOOD Landscape hotel represents a distinct tourism technique and attracts people who seek calm and exclusivity rather than bustling city streets.