Marble Mountain inspiration for Vietnam condotel
Hong Kong-based TheeAe has designed the Koi Resort Presidential Suite in Vietnam, which was to create a cascading form resembling the Marble Mountain situated nearby, forming a gateway from the street side and maximizing views for the hotel and condotel residents alike.
Comprising two 15-storeyed buildings, the Koi Resort is a 300-bed five-star condotel spread over 37,000 sq. m. within the development of the Hoang Cuong Tourism Resort. The façade resembles the Marble Mountain with stone walls and vertical fins with more fluid elements for the inner side of the towers.
With 214 superior rooms and 71 deluxe units, there are 18 suites and one presidential suite at the end of each floor with a large terrace to enjoy the seascape. The hotel is equipped with a 1,000 sq. m. retail store, a gymnasium, an outdoor swimming pool, a spa center and a 1,000-seater conference center with a separate entrance room. There is a luxury clubhouse and a sky bar on the top of the tower with express lifts in the main lobby. There are condotels of different sizes with double-height penthouses.
The presidential suites are conceptualized in a bronze, yellow marble, dark brown marble and white paint palette. The suites have a large dining area, kitchen, grand piano, massage area, sauna, jacuzzi, media room and games room, aimed at giving guests a truly luxurious experience.