The high quality developers ‘Bendinat Group’ have announced this week the acquisition of a frontline apart hotel complex and the conversion into a luxurious apartment complex on the Sant Agusti beach in Palma.
The apart hotel has now been closed for the past five years and forms part of a project “which is part of the modernization process in the area. The ‘Bendinat Group’ will take on the coordination of the rehabilitation and conversion of the hotel complex, as well as the marketing of homes” said the promoter.
The current study, which is being carried out by the Majorcan architect group Dai 10, according to sources, is already in the well advanced stages of the technical project, implementation will continue until Autumn of 2013, with the transformation of the 12-story building in a complex of 79 homes, with 2 -4 bedrooms, all extremely well equipped with latest technology, design and comfort that fall under the category of luxury.
Until some years ago, the building comprised of first class hotel apartments and is now undergoing conversion to luxury homes. They are scheduled to be ready by 30th September 2013.
Plans have been drawn up to provide 79 units of two, three or four bedroom apartments, all with spectacular views over the Bay of Palma: they are being refurbished in a style which reflects top quality provided by the Bendinat Group, emphasis on comfort, first class finishings in the kitchens and bathrooms, all with heating and air conditioning which can be finely tuned to suit individual tastes and automatic entry gates with cameras so apartment owners always know who is calling.
To maximise service to residents, there will be a communal reception area and a concierge who will manage the underground car parking and six lifts.
There will also be a number of sports facilities on site including a gymnasium, an open air swimming pool and one covered in for winter months, not forgetting the sun lounging area right on the coast itself along with a bar service.
There exists a current marketing plan and the marketing of this initiative, which will be promoted both for first homes locally and as second homes to foreign markets, in particular to Germany, Great Britain, Scandinavia and Russia.
The conversion includes sports facilities, indoor and outdoor pools and a sunbathing area on the edge of the sea.