Made from four shipping containers, the luxury loft apartments have been tastefully decorated with 50s and 60s furniture that the host collected herself and refurbished through the years. Designed for couples or small families, each apartment contains a double room, a toilet, a living room and a kitchen. A solar water heater on the roof heats up the water, and all areas are illuminated by low-energy LEDs.
The project also created an enjoyable outside space that connect the visitors directly with the environment: the lower apartments have a view of the forest and the sea, while the top ones offer gorgeous marine views and brilliant night skies. A personalized tourism service makes it easy for guests to visit the infinite winding sand dunes, forests and local natural reserves, and they can also participate in tennis classes, golf, horseback riding, mountain biking and kite surfing.
The self-sustaining garden features local plants and offers an outdoor bubbling Jacuzzi — perfect for enjoying a relaxing afternoon after a day at the beach. There is also a vegetable patch, where Alejandra and her team grow different kinds of vegetables, edible flowers, and aromatic herbs they use for cocktails and cooking meals in the specially designed outdoor wood fire. Container Design Loft offers the perfect secluded eco-friendly accommodations to disconnect from everyday life and reconnect with nature.
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