Vanderbilt Hotel

Vanderbilt Hotel

Vanderbilt Hotel

Originally built in 1919 by railroad scion Fredrick William Vanderbilt, the original building was a stately Spanish revival palace that enjoyed instant success. After decades of disuse, this unique landmark opened its doors again in 2015. This project was designed by The Office of Marvel Marchand Architects now part of Marvel Architects.


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Hotel view from beach
Two towers containing additional suites and parking spaces have been added to the original 1919 structure.
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Ocean Sun Deck overlooking the Atlantic Ocean
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Pool Deck
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Marabar Lounge
Marvel Architect's intervention reopened the original lounge apertures towards the ocean.
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Hotel Suite
The suites, designed in collaboration with Jorge Rosselló & Associates, range from 741 to 1,014 SF in size, with 9 ft ceilings, fixture marble baths, European-designed kitchens with granite countertops and breathtaking panoramic balconies.
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Sunset Deck
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Atlantic Ocean View from infinity pool
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Night view of Hotel
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Photo: Paola Quevedo
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Photo: Paola Quevedo
Year
2010
Location
Condado, San Juan, Puerto Rico
Client
International Hospitality Enterprises
Typology
Hospitality
Size
506,075 SF
Design Team
Thomas S. Marvel, Jose R. Marchand Sifre, Raquel Marrero, Ramon Martinez, Omar Reyes, Frank Figueroa, Angel Jimenez
Consultants
Jorge Rosello Interior Design, Juan R. Requena & Associates, Luis Garcia PE, Jorge Torres PE, Degenkolb
Photography Credits
Paola Quevedo
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