Rehabilitation of the Cádiz Parador
The major refurbishment of the Parador Atlántico in Cádiz, Spain (from 2011 to 2012) has transformed its main building, dating from 1929, into a modern, functional space with large areas served by natural light.
Among its most notable outdoor facilities is a 250-square-metre rooftop pool overlooking the Mediterranean, surrounded by Ipe wooden floors in 100x21 non-slip format. The same product has also been used for the flooring and walls of the indoor spa.
Owing to both its architectural qualities and its prime location (between the Alameda Apodaca gardens and La Caleta beach), the Parador Atlántico in Cádiz is now one of this ancient Phoenician colony’s top tourist spots.