The hotel, compound of the highest class, will be built over two years near Vrbické pleso. Investments are estimated at 40 million euros. Construction works have already started.
“It’s the largest real-estate investment within the Liptov region and the near surroundings. The construction work started three months ago,” said Tomáš Púček, the head of real estate agency, Residence, in Liptovský Mikuláš, that will sell the hotel apartments, as quoted by the TASR newswire.
The Project is exploring the concept of the so-called Condo-hotel where a customer buys an apartment and decides whether they will use it for themselves or rent it out, in which case, the hotel pays for it and takes care of the apartment at the same time, Púček added.
The functional area of the hotel is 37,000 square metres. Inside there will be 54 standard rooms and one presidential apartment. There will also be 104 studios, 18 luxury corner apartments and five penthouses.
The new hotel compound will offer wellness, fitness, a spa centre, a conference room and a playground for children. Also, restaurants, a micro-brewery, bars, cafés, a food store and an ice-skating rink will be available.
“New guests will be welcomed in June 2019,” summed up Púček for TASR.
Photo: Ján Krošlák, SME
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Residential development Sky Park in Bratislava, one of the last projects of now deceased prominent world architect Zaha Hadid, will be bigger than originally planned. It will now have four instead of three residential towers. The fourth tower will be built on the neighbouring plot bought by the developer earlier this year. The extension is now undergoing an environmental impact assessment.
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