Playa VIK Jose Ignacio |Jose Ignacio, Uruguay- Link Share this:
Five Stars
Classification: Luxury boutique hotel

A strikingly contemporary property that incorporates natural elements. Playa VIK Jose Ignacio is instantly recognizable from a distance, thanks to its-called "living roof" planted with Uruguayan wild flowers, setting a unique architectural tone created by Uruguayan architect Carlos Ott, who has also worked on the Paris Opera House. Playa VIK sits in the Village of Jose Ignacio, providing a relaxed, small-town ambiance here it is easy to go for strolls through the neighbourhood and along the beach. Contemporary artwork from Uruguay and beyond graces the walls of the central building, which has a dramatic 55-foot inclined façade, a giant, sculpted bronze door, and wide expanses of glass that maximize the ocean view. Indeed, the architectural style appears to be designed as a work of art in its own right: the central building, which has been dubbed ?the Sculpture?, is divided into several public areas, including a living room furnished with sofas, semi-precious stone tables and offbeat sculptural pieces, a formal dining room, and a library furnished with a small selection of books. The property six villas are divided into several sizes, ranging from two to three bedrooms, each one of which has a fireplace, original artwork and hand-painted floors. Guests may swim in the ocean at Paya Mansa, a beach with gentle waves that lies just in front of the property, or make use of the 75-foot cantilevered swimming pool, a strikingly minimalist structure made of Uruguayan black granite that just out toward the ocean, giving you the impression you just might make in all the way to the Atlantic if you make it to the very end of pool.


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