URSA AIR Zero is one of the materials chosen to become part of the renovation of the Monastery of Valbuena, aiming to make this building - a magnificent five-star spa and hotel - fully sustainable. The design team of the project in Valbuena de Duero (in the Spanish province of Valladolid) trusted this material to guarantee excellent acoustic insulation, using it to construct 4,000 square metres of air-conditioning ducts.
In the heart of the famous wine-producing region of Ribera del Duero, the Monastery of Valbuena offers 80 rooms and 18,000 m2 of facilities, including a large spa with thermal pools, treatment rooms and contrast circuits.
With beautifully preserved façades and cloisters, this renovation project has successfully managed to maintain the historic value of the monastery. Modern and luxurious facilities blend in with the surroundings and still hold the famous exhibition Las Edades del Hombre (The Ages of Man).
The complex also offers a wide range of dining options, with two restaurants, large rooms for events of up to 350 people and a cafeteria with an open air terrace.