How to turn a bland hotel hallway into a virtual surround gallery
The hotel, located by the beach and focused towards the LGTBI community, has obtained a degree of modernity and distinction with Tubbo, an attractive transparent gallery of 60m that receives the guests in the entrance and accompanies them through the lobby and main hall.
The hotel Axel Beach has focused for the latest trends in interior design in its 89 rooms, but was missing a touch of innovation in its lobby and common areas.
It has obtained an original and trendy look with the installation of this gallery, that creates a translucid tunnel decorated with multiple led lights that accompanies the guest in their journey through the lobby and main hall. The result is that the visitor does not leave indifferent and feels enveloped in the “Axel experience”.
Tubbo is an innovative product of the Spanish company Capotex. It is a structure with metal arches covered by transparent and resistant polycarbonate sheets that creates a gallery of modern and elegant design. The structure creates both resistant indoor and outdoor spaces with a diameter per module of 3,6m that can extend in length from 2m to infinity.
The trendy Tubbo structure is strengthened with its customization such as led lighting, screen-printed impressions and projections, as it is predicted to do in the Axel Beach Ibiza. Another of its great advantages is that it can be installed without anchoring to the ground, therefore the installation process is clean and quick.
With Tubbo, Axel hotel has been able to reform, in a record time, an expressionless hallway into a visual experience that captivates guests from the moment they enter the hotel.
Tubbo galleries are used in more than 12 countries in terraces as restaurants, bars and spas, garden shelters or outdoor sport tracks, smoking areas, pop up store, even cruise port and building connections.
Axel Hotels is an international hotel chain focused towards the LGTBI community, with a heterofriendly philosophy, such as, spaces that are conceived, developed and thought for the LGTBI community but open to everyone.