SMY Hotels entrusts Landem with carrying out the technical Due Diligence regarding the purchase of the Hotel Princess of Kos (Greece) and, once formalized, also commissions the drafting of the rehabilitation project for the existing 264-room hotel, as well such as the drafting of the extension on the adjacent plot of another 200 rooms.
The proposal consists of conceiving as a single project the plot currently built and the adjacent one to be built, so that finally the perception of the user is that of being in a new hotel complex in which the new and the existing work in a unitary and harmonious way.
The access area is completely renewed implementing the SMY concept. The new SMY reception building can be reached from the bus or car drop-off area via a path that runs under a vaulted pergola. Next to the new reception, the service areas are built, with independent and segregated access from the user’s route.
From the reception begins a boulevard with a pergola, with vegetation and always accompanied by a sheet of water, which runs from end to end of the plot, now the sum of the two originals, along its central axis, interrelating the new and the existing and giving access to the different areas of the hotel complex.
In the part furthest from the sea, it was decided to expand the existing pool and enhance this whole area as a family complex with its own rooms, common areas, outdoor areas and even a children’s water park.