Tribù’s contemporary style captured at Mallorcan boutique hotel Can Aulì

by | 17 Sep 2020 | Suppliers

Tribù’s slim and elegant Nodi loungers lined up at the pool lounge

Boutique Hotel Can Aulí is housed in a sensitively restored 17th-century townhouse in the heart of Pollença. This Mallorcan gem is an oasis of restful, beautifully designed interiors that lead onto an al fresco bar lounge and pool terrace, both of which are furnished with carefully chosen Tribù pieces.

Hotelier Miguel Conde Moragues’ keen eye for design gives the hotel its subtly luxurious ambiance. When selecting contemporary outdoor furniture, he felt an instant connection with Tribù: “It was important to me that the spirit of the brand is very similar to our own – a family business dedicated to personalised service and top quality products.”

For the courtyard pool terrace, Moragues chose Tribù’s slim and elegant Nodi loungers.

The al fresco Apero lounge is furnished with Elio easy chairs in moss paired with Natal Alu X tables in burgundy. “We chose Nodi and Elio for their timeless design, elegance and quality,” says Moragues. “For us, the comfort of our clients is the most important thing.”

The private terrace of the Can Aulí Suite has views out to Pollença’s landmark Calvari steps. A Mood daybed tempts guests to curl up and relax after a day’s sightseeing.

Branch beach chairs are used on the hotel’s other private terraces overlooking the pool.

The warm colours, tones and textures in Boutique Hotel Can Aulí translate with easy elegance to the outdoor spaces. “In my opinion, the exteriors must be treated in the same way as the interiors,” says Moragues. “Our style is contemporary, warm and comfortable and we have tried to transfer these elements from inside to outside.”



Exclusive, high-end garden furniture is the playing ground of Belgian TRIBÙ. In the early nineties, TRIBÙ was one of the pioneers to see the patio and the garden as an extension of the house.



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