Passing through the Alicante region to test the surprising Q3 Sportback, the Audi team had the delightful idea of staying at the Vivood hotel. Hence the idea of making a subject on this establishment which does not lack singularity.
Located just 80 miles from Valencia, the hotel has 25 independent rooms, integrated into the environment and raised about three meters from the ground. All suites have a magnificent view of the Guadalest Valley and are distributed along several natural paths on the side of a mountain.
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This pioneering network of sustainable accommodation for tourists has been designed and is managed by architects with innovative, modular architecture that blends into the landscape. Everything has been designed with one aim in mind: to enable guests to get away from it all.The result is 25 independent suites, a restaurant and lounge bar, a panoramic swimming pool and several terraces and private outdoor hot tubs, all nestled in the heart of nature.
Each and every aspect of the concept – the site, the landscape, the views, the architecture, the interior design, the swimming pool and the hot tubs – has been selected to create a captivating hotel with an enchanting aura.
A pure ambience of silence and tranquillity where you can get away from it all: a real differential value.
Four of the rooms have private pools which have been carved into the rock in strategic locations with stunning views. These are spots where you can bathe in private, at the end of the paths that offer guests the utmost privacy. All pools are lined in black so that they reflect their surroundings. Rather than mere swimming pools, they are mirrors that reflect their surroundings. Once again, the limits between structure and landscape fade away.
More information: vivood.com