Miro Hotel

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Sobriety and elegance may sound old-fashioned, but as design principles they help provide a distinctly modern version of luxury at Bilbao’s Miróhotel. Fashion designer Antonio Miró has brought the spare sensibility that makes him a favourite on international runways to the hotels’ interiors, to stunning effect.


Located between Bilbao’s Museum of Fine Arts and Frank Gehry’s Guggenheim Bilbao, the hotel’s façade makes a simple but strong statement, a grid of large windows atop six white columns, creating a light-box effect at night. An in-house collection of art and photography juxtaposes old and new works, as do wengé-finished tables and Flexform chairs in the bar. Guestrooms feature the luxury of soothing colour palettes and textures, continuing the beige-and-black scheme of the hotel’s public areas. Curtains, rather than walls, separate work and living areas, creating a fluid, multifunctional space. And the hotel’s Miró bar features long, low-slung lines that suggest a sleek version of modernity while providing Bilbao with a truly chic watering hole.

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Miro Hotel
Alameda Mazarredo, 77
Bilbao 48009
Spain

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