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Dizarh Architectural Studio | Melia Grand Hotel Hermitage

Architecture Dizarh Architectural Studio | Melia Grand Hotel Hermitage

Dizarh Architectural Studio | Melia Grand Hotel HermitageMelia Grand Hotel Hermitage is a five star hotel complex located in the central part of the “Golden Sands” resort, just 100 metres away from the Black Sea shore. The hotel occupies 76 159 sq. m. incorporating all the functions of a luxury hotel: hotel rooms and suites, presidential and vice-presidential suites with a separate entrance, restaurants, conference block, casino, spa and swimming pools, commercial and administrative block.

Dizarh Architectural Studio | Melia Grand Hotel Hermitage

Dizarh Architectural Studio | Melia Grand Hotel Hermitage

Dizarh Architectural Studio | Melia Grand Hotel HermitageThe building represents a modern interpretation of a French chateau. The principles of palatial architecture are followed in both the composition and the spatial structure. The building has splendid views of both the recreational areas and the sea.

Dizarh Architectural Studio | Melia Grand Hotel Hermitage

Dizarh Architectural Studio | Melia Grand Hotel Hermitage

Dizarh Architectural Studio | Melia Grand Hotel HermitageThe interior is luxurious without wasteful decoration and ostentation. Both the rooms and the communal spaces occupy an extremely large area, which enhances the feeling of a warm and pleasant environment.

Location: Golden Sands, Varna, Bulgaria
ArchitectDizarh Architectural Studio in collaboration with Arch. S. Stanislavov
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