The enchanting Mediterranean Revival
bayfront estate built by inventor Powel Crosley in 1929 is a lovely site for all kinds of private parties, with a Great Room right out of a movie set and a bayfront lawn that leads to a pavilion perfect for your wedding ceremony.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the iconic pink Mediterranean Revival
hotel was originally constructed in 1925 and has been transformed several times throughout its life, including its rebirth in 1992 as a hotel and the on-going, $50 million renovation and expansion of the hotel and the Vinoy Club, one of the most exclusive memberships in Tampa Bay.
has always been the preferred architecture because of the link to the maestro Addison Mizner.
The Villa Vizcaya, a 1916 Mediterranean Revival
mansion and considered to be the city's most romantic attraction is heavenly decorated, offering glamorous nostalgia.
The property is in what Americans call the Mediterranean Revival
style featuring stucco, decorative Spanish tiles, wood beams, carved doors, ironwork and terraces surrounded by lush plantings.
The property is what Americans call the Mediterranean Revival
style featuring stucco, decorative Spanish tiles, wood beams, carved doors, ironwork and terraces surrounded by plantings.
While Building 100 is a modern building that was constructed in the 1980s, the adjacent historic Building 1 is on the National Register of Historic Buildings for its rich Mediterranean revival
style dating from the 1930s.
Inspired by the Giralda Tower in Seville, Spain, the Freedom Tower reflects a Mediterranean Revival
architectural style, which is often characterized by stucco walls, terra cotta and tile roofs, decorative arches and keystone detailing.
Modeled after the French and Italian Riviera, Eden Roc Cap Cana will feature Mediterranean Revival
style architectural elements.
Check into downtown's ultra-elegant, seashell-pink Renaissance Vinoy Resort (727-8944000, from $199), a gem of 1920s Mediterranean Revival
architecture, then head over to Central Ave Fitness (727-895-9593).
The master suite mimics Mediterranean Revival
Style with travertine tile flooring and an Old World black wrought-iron bed.
And in the remodeled Mediterranean Revival
San Francisco Film Centre, cozy Desiree Cafe serves warming soups and leafy salads.