Villa Le Blanc boasts an idyllic natural setting on Santo Tomás Beach on the Migjorn coast, halfway between Mahón and Ciutadella – an ideal location for discovering the cultural and natural attractions of the island, which was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1993.
The renovation of what was once the Sol Beach House Hotel was led by the architect Álvaro Sans and combines simple and contemporary design with luxurious details. The hotel provides a total of 159 rooms, including 14 Premium Rooms and 86 Supreme Rooms. The Penthouse Suite, the Swim-Up Master Suite and Presidential Suite offer the widest range of luxury amenities, as well as privileged sea views which can be enjoyed from their private balconies and private pools.
Decorated predominantly in white and blue, with the large terraces and porches that are so typical of Mediterranean island architecture, the spaces are designed to achieve a seamless blend of outdoor and indoor areas.
“Villa Le Blanc is inspired by the vernacular architecture of the island villages. Among other features, special prominence is given to the Menorcan arches and the whitewashed walls so typical of local houses. From a technical point of view, we have rescued the traditional use of tiles, which have been used down the ages in Menorca to combat the rainy winters and which traditionally were always painted white to reflect the heat in summer”, explains Álvaro Sans, from ASAH studio, architect of Villa Le Blanc.