Cugó Gran Macina Grand Harbour: heritage from the sea

Its name echoes with stories of the infinite seas – Cugó Gran Macina Grand Harbour – and brings back to mind the huge cranes used to hoist heavy loads on ships, ready to sail for faraway destinations. The hotel in Senglea, on the island of Malta, is located in a historical 1554 building that was renovated by architect Edwin Mintoff, and now features twenty-one suites with a wonderful view of the harbor.

Each room is furnished in hues that recall the dock: gray and beige, as well as coal black and geometric lines to add a modern touch and make this such a special place, in perfect balance between past and future. The interiors were designed by Daaa Haus and produced by local artisans with materials such as Carrara marble, raw lacquered steel, lava stone and slate, mixed with international design pieces, Scandinavian furniture that perfectly fits in with the overall minimal style, and Made in Italy beds and couches, to guarantee the highest quality and style standards throughout the resort.

© Cugó Gran Macina Grand Harbour

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