Architecture

Modernist architecture merges with north African traditions and ancient Chinese principles in Abama. Designed by the renowned Chilean/Bolivian architect Melvin Villarroel, Abama is unique: a magic citadel of interconnected Moorish buildings whose burnt terracotta colours seem to shift and change with every hour of the day. More than anything else, Abama is a communion between architecture and the natural environment: a place where sea, land and tropical vegetation mingle effortlessly with architectural forms. Its ingenious layout, guided by the aesthetic system of Feng Shui, means that you will find spaces of calm and seclusion even in the busiest parts of the hotel, and secret gardens, delightful pools and breathtaking vistas around every corner. No matter how long you stay, there’s always more to explore.