For Cugó Gran Macina’s full transformation from a historical landmark structure to an international retreat, architect Edwin Mintoff perfectly married expansive views with discreet privacy. The hotel’s large communal spaces and high vaulted ceilings allow for ample natural light to play off the property’s minimalistic, inviting design. For a symbiotic mix of Old World and New, the design gurus at Daaa Haus transformed the hotel’s historical aspect through the abundant and creative use of unique lighting, tufted wool rugs, Scandinavian pieces, and bespoke Italian sofas and beds. The elegant design also utilises a wealth of rich materials, such as lacquered raw steel, lava stone, limed oak, Carrara marble, slate, Maltese hard stone, and custom-tinted glass.
The Cugó Gran Macina offers you suites in six categories, from 40 to 130 m². All rooms are generously proportioned and luxuriously furnished. High vaulted ceilings and black-painted handrails on the mezzanine floors evoke the industrial past of the old harbour building. Set against this, the finest natural materials and carefully selected design elements provide a modern and luxurious contrast. This interplay of past and present and of design and comfort will guarantee you a unique experience. The uniqueness of this location is also represented by our staff, who are multilingual, always polite and on hand to help, and also by the room service.