Mountain Hotel


A mountain hotel and spa complex in vineyards, surrounded by nature, in Azerbaijan.


Project Year
Construction Area
52.449,00 m²
Parcel Area
514.620,00 m²
Project Category
Hotel, Conference, Spa & Villas
Designed Projects
Architecture, Interior Architecture, Landscape, Static, Mechanical, Electrical, Infrastructure, Acoustic
Coordinated Projects
Architecture, Interior Architecture, Landscape, Static, Mechanical, Electrical, Infrastructure, Acoustic
Projects Stages
Concept Design, Permit Drawings, Construction Drawings & Details, BOQ
Private Sector

With an approach that respects the natural area and uses sloping land as a design criterion, the entire land is divided into certain main zones according to various functions. Entrance, main building area, villas area, car museum, sports fields, children’s entertainment areas and ecological areas and grove roads and ring lines connecting all these areas are planned on the entire land.

In the center of the land, there is the hotel main building, which is designed to be structurally connected to each other by using grades, a multi-purpose hall building that can host conferences and various events, and a spa center that can be used by the guests of the complex. In addition to the main mass, there are suite villa types located on sloping land. It is aimed that the whole complex will become a life center with the sports complex and ecological areas located in the north of the area, the entertainment center created for children, various activity areas created in the forest.

Meysari Hotel landscape projects were worked with Spiga Landscape team.

While designing the landscape, landscape functions and elevation solutions were made by considering the elevations of the land, the view and the existing tree settlements. In particular, the design was shaped by taking care not to affect the existing trees.

Event areas, sunbathing terraces and cafe terraces were designed around the hotel and conference building in harmony with the architectural uses. The aquapark and children’s playground were dissolved at the lower level of the hotel and conference level and placed in a way to isolate the incoming guests. The sports areas and the nursery were further away from these areas and were considered as a complex in itself. While placing the functions on the land, care was taken to ensure that they are comfortable in terms of transportation and that the use of these functions does not disturb each other.