Hotel De Castillion
Locatie: Belgium Project: HOTEL DE CASTILLION
In the heart of Bruges, hidden in the shadow of St. Salvator's Cathedral, is the luxury boutique Hotel De Castillion. This family-run hotel was entrusted entirely to Jelle Neels, the architect commissioned to restore this ancient bishops' palace to its former glory.
Right from the start of the project Mr. Christiaens, an hotelier who has thrown himself body and soul into the business for 30 years, said he wanted to create something very special: a charming hotel to fit in completely with the Bruges style, with each room offering a unique view over the historic city centre. Because the hotel is housed in an historic building no two rooms are the same, and each room has also been given its own individual style.
The bridal suiteis without doubt an absolute gem. Its high ceiling has been beautifully accentuated with the Heritage cornice .
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The baroque 3D elements on the walls give the suite added cachet.
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To highlight the chandeliers, ceiling roses have also been fitted in a number of rooms. The bridal suite is adorned with the baroque R52. /p>
An eye-catching feature that is not to be missed is without doubt the finishing on the bridal suite's fabulous balcony, where they opted for a profile crafted by Designer Ulf Moritz..
Orac Decor products have been used to achieve the desired 3D effects in the communal areas, hotel rooms and bathrooms. For the skirting board, they opted for the SX118, a timeless classic that provides a flawless finish.
The Heritage cornice C342 looks perfect combined with the high ceiling and creates an extra spacious effect.
Each room has been finished with the greatest attention to detail. In this space, for example, the Heritage cornice C342 has been mitred to provide an elegant finish to the partition wall between bedroom and bathroom./span>
A key component in the creation of the right atmosphere in a hotel interior is the use of the right colours and materials. To achieve this, they turned to the painting and decorating firm Carl Laloo from Assebroek, who project-managed the finishing of the walls and the fitting of all the cornice mouldings.
For the furnishing and fabrics Carl Laloo teamed up with interior designer Wilvia Interieur - Styling from Roeselare, to ensure that the colours and structures of walls, curtains, bedding and bath linens were perfectly harmonised.
For the bathroom design they called in the traditional bathroom specialists at Taps&Baths from Antwerp. This importer of classic and country bathrooms is renowned for its extensive range of high-quality bathroom fittings for both the private and hotel market.
To continue the mood of the hotel and the rooms throughout, they chose to work with the exclusive English brand Kenny&Mason.
To emphasise the exclusive look of each room, each bathroom has also been designed completely individually. Some suites, for example, feature a recess into which the bath and the wonderful rain shower have been incorporated.