Relaxation without compromise
Spending the night in the highest building in the Slovenian capital: The very appearance of the InterContinental Ljubljana with its 21-story elongated glass façade conveys a sense of the luxurious atmosphere that awaits you. Not only do the spacious rooms offer a fantastic view thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows; but after a tour of the green university city or a long business meeting their exclusive marble bathrooms ensure optimum relaxation. When it came to choosing bathroom equipment, the designers at Munich’s wrightassociates interior architecture opted for washbasins and baths by Bette, as their soft formal vocabulary dovetailed superbly with the concept of bathrooms geared to maximum comfort and a homely feel.
The guest bathrooms with daylight include free-standing bath from the “BetteArt” series, whereby the exterior and interior bath bodies are smoothly joined. The narrow side walls and conical skirt further emphasize the elegant look. In order to create an overall harmonious look, the interior architects selected matching washbasins from the same series. For the bathrooms located in the building interior, they decided to use fitted baths from the “Bette One” series in the Highline version – with their unmistakable wide rim and geometric interior lines. The presidential suite was fitted out with the “Bette Starlet Oval,” a magnificent tub for relaxing in a foam bath. With its comfortable backrests on both sides, central plughole and symmetrical body, the bath looks and feels great inside and out. The glazed titanium steel of all of Bette’s sanitary products is robust and easy to clean, making it predestined for the use in the hotel industry. (am)