A high class resort can be deemed a luxury for a variety of reasons -- the location, the features, even the food. This particular hotel falls into the luxury category because of its inventive design. This resort will feature a honeycomb styled design on not just the building itself, but on the grounds around it as well.
The Bjarke Ingels Group will join forces with the HKS architects and Michael Diggiss architects to create this honeycomb-themed, high-class resort. The “honeycomb,” as it is called, will be the centerpiece of a complete resort and will be attached by a public plaza that attaches the building with the adjacent harbor.
With this resort, you won’t be receiving a secluded vacation getaway but rather an all-encompassing home away from home. This visit will also be specific to the wants and needs of the perspective customers. This is as high-class as high-class resorts get.
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