The clean, simple lines of the hotel were inspired by the era of the 1930s.
Situated on a small peninsula within the seaside resort of Hammamet, La Badira is contemporary in concept, but evokes traditional Islamic architectural elements - arched terraces, domed ceilings, columned walkways and reflective pools, complemented by well-tended grounds planted with olive trees and date palms. The clean, simple lines of the hotel were inspired by the era of the 1930s when Hammamet was gaining a reputation among cosmopolitan travelers who were drawn by the natural beauty and culture of the area. Playing on the principles of light and shadow that captivated artists of that era, interiors are minimally designed, and feature touches such as hand-painted ceramic wall panels featuring Arabic script, and a variety of accent pieces in characteristic geometric patterns.
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