What is the design style of Royal Palms Resort and Spa?

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Royal Palms Resort and Spa’s unique design style makes for a welcoming and beautiful retreat in the heart of Phoenix. When you arrive at Royal Palms, you’ll come down a palm tree-lined driveway that leads up to a courtyard with an antique fountain in the center. The main entrance features curved stairs and wrought iron handrails, and the mahogany and iron front entrance stands out from the stucco facade of the property, reflecting the Spanish Colonial style that’s a hallmark of the property. The antique European tile work, weathered exposed wood beams, and spacious courtyards with reflecting pools further reflect this style.

John Conway

Spanish Colonial is the predominant design style of the Royal Palms Resort and Spa with its strong yellow, rose and green colors, but the rich reds and blues and dazzling whites of Mediterranean design along with the natural colors and materials of Mexican Hacienda design style, have been incorporated throughout the years. The resort resembles an expansive residential manor, rather than a commercial property. The rich color scheme, antiques and plush furniture call forth images of a lavish private residence. Unique decorative touches and numerous architectural details are everywhere as the resort combines wood, brick and stone with lush landscaping and water features to fashion an intimate space that gives guests a sense of serenity and privacy.

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