‘The cultural dimension of a hotel is tied to desire. Thus the hotel offers an architectural anthology of desire - material, spiritual, physical... Each space illustrates the beginning of a story into which the occupants are drawn, inducing a sense of belonging. This is luxury: it is in the specific identity and the unusual care and attention put into the hotel design. Resorts celebrate simplicity and spirituality as much as they do elegance and refinement. The central idea is to create something quite unlike anything before and provide guests with a magical, exciting, personal and unforgettable experience. The resort is not just a place to sleep; it is a reinvention of the hotel experience.

 
 

 

 

 

COOPER GARDNER - architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, planning