Mriya Resort & Spa
Architectural Design. Foster + Partners
H/W & S/W Production. Locomotion
The concept and details of the project were developed by the iconic British architect Sir Norman Foster, winner of the Imperial and Pritzker Prizes. Norman Foster is the author of projects: Wembley Stadium, Millennium Bridge in London, Torre Caja skyscraper in Madrid, City Hall and Mary Ex in London, Hearst Tower skyscraper in New York, Hong Kong airport. The complex opened on August 14, 2014.
The hotel is located in Yalta, in the Crimean gulf and its strangely unique shape seems like a starfish that “rests” at the coast or as described by some others it reminds us of tree leaves that interact with the nature.
In a heavenly landscape and in the middle of a totally green area with a spectacular sea view, Mriya Resort & Spa offers 422 luxury rooms, that provide a full range of modern comforts. Each of the 12 villas inside the Resort could accommodate a family, covering the needs of the most demanding visitors. In the park area, apart from the 12 villas, are located the 2 luxury presidential suites.
The location of the hotel complex in combination with the advanced aluminium systems that were used on the villas, allow visitors to have unobstructed view to the Black Sea. This magnificent view was the initial vision of the architect sir Foster when he transformed his idea to the Mriya’s design.