Spain-based creative agency Masquespacio recently completed designing the interiors of the Valencia Lounge Hostel, a bright, graphic hostel that has the look of a modern hotel but the coziness of a home. Situated in the old town of Valencia, Spain, the 11-room hostel was designed to specifically cater to different travelers with different tastes, lifestyles, and preferences. How? Each room has a different theme to fit different personalities, like surfing, music, and ethnic trends.
The reoccurring motif of graphics patterns can be found throughout the hostel.
To maintain the uniqueness of the hostel, custom made lamps, tables, and decorative elements were all designed exclusively by Masquespacio (with the exception of chairs/armchairs). While the hostel has a mostly contemporary look, authentic elements specific to Valencian homes of the 20th century were retained, such as vintage cement tiles and ceilings decorated with plaster molds.
From Ana Milena Hernández Palacios, creative director of Masquespacio:
We wanted to recreate the feeling for the guests that they were staying in a home, but one that makes them dream, disconnect and live a new experience, while they are enjoying holidays.
What: Valencia Lounge Hostel
Where: Calle Cadirers, 11 – 46001 Valencia, Spain
How much? Rooms start at approximately $41 dollars per night
Highlights: The Valencia Lounge Hostel literally caters to your personality and tastes with its thematically-designed rooms. The hostel was designed to have the look of a modern hotel but coziness of a home.
Design draw: Bold graphics, colorful artwork, and custom decor brighten up every room. Even with the modern interiors, each room is still homey enough so that you can truly enjoying being away from home while feeling at home.
Book it: Visit Valencia Lounge Hostel.
Photos by Luis Beltran.