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Discover the most symbolic buildings of Meliá Villaitana
When renowned architects Andres and Juan Carlos Piñeiro designed Meliá Villaitana they didn’t just create a hotel. For months they travelled the Costa Blanca looking for inspiration in the traditional buildings, the charming corners and the typical squares to recreate the most symbolic Spanish traditions in one unique space: one of the most spectacular hotel resortes in the Mediterranean.
Thus Meliá Villaitana has become a charming Mediterranean village with its own Plaza Real, church, picturesque streets and corners, all in a spectacular setting with stunning views of the Bahia of Costa Blanca.
This replica of a traditional Spanish village is unique offering a new leisure and business experience in an area measuring 165 hectares, 2 golf courses, a wide range of restaurants, 5 pools measuring more than 5,000 m2, a magnificent YHI SPA, 2 tennis courts and 6 paddle tennis courts and 17 meeting rooms with capacity for up to 1,200 diners.
- The Almudín building in the city of Valencia (Spain) is an exhibition centre and a museum, run by the council
- It was declared a national monument in 1969. The Almudín Museum resort is formed by a cloistered patio attached to the Antiguo Peso Real
- The Almudín was built on a Muslim “alcazar” in the early fourteenth century as a place of storage and sale of wheat
- Originally smaller it was expanded throughout the 15th and 16th centuries until it took on the appearance it has today. The porch was built in the second half of the 16th century
THE ORANGE TREE CLOISTERS
- Built in the 16th century in Renaissance and Baroque style. Its two cloisters and the slivered sacristy doorway are noteworthy, as is the refectory decorated in Manises ceramics (18th century)
- It was originally a Dominican convent, but after the papal bull in 1569, Pope Pío V converted it into a university, until it was closed in 1824 by Minister Calomarde
MELIÁ VILLAITANA CHURCH DOME
- Altea is a municipality of the Comunidad Valenciana, located in the province of Alicante, in the area of Marina Baja. It is on the Mediterranean coast, to the north of Benidorm and to the south of Calpe
- The main church of Altea, Nuestra Señora del Consuelo, is famous thanks to its two unique domes made from blue and white tiles that delight the eyes of every visitor. It is the quintessential symbol of Altea and is called the “the dome of the Mediterranean” due to its beauty and splendour. From here you can admire the beauty of the surrounding countryside
PAPA MAMBO FAÇADE
- The palace of the Counts of Cocentaina (Alicante province. Spain) is a civil building in Gothic- Renaissance style. Built on an old Muslim building from the 12th century
- The first Gothic building was built in the second half of the 13th century by the great Admiral of the Catalan Aragon crown, Roger de Lauria, first feudal lord of the village of Cocentaina
- In the second half of the 15th century when Cocentaina became a county and owned by the Corella family major renovation and expansion work was carried out to give it the appearance we see today
THE LEVEL AT MELIÁ VILLAITANA RECEPTION
- The Municipal Palace in Villena was built by Pedro de Medina at the beginning of the 16th century for the Temple of Santiago (abbot house)
- It was alienated in 1576 and purchased by the City Council for Consistorial Causes
- The arcaded patio with Tuscan columns in the interior of the building is worth highlighting
THE LEVEL AT MELIÁ VILLAITANA FAÇADE
- The Consistorial House of the municipality of Alzira, in the province of Valencia (Spain) is an administrative building built in Renaissance style between the 16th and 17th centuries and located in the heart of the old town. Historic Artistic Monument since 17/12/1930
- It is a square building, covered by three roofs with Arab tiles and organized around a rectangular gallery
- Looking at the façade, on the ground floor there are Renaissance motifs, while on the first floor there are Gothic windows. It is a symmetrical façade, with a central arched doorway and two sides windows on the ground floor
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