Aghobili Hotel in Abastumani

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In order to revitalise the elegant luxury of the existing hotel, the design of the Aghobili Hotel is rooted in the history of Abastumani. This strong contextual identity makes the new hotel stand out as a hybrid of historic and modern design.

Abastumani is located close to the Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park, one of the largest national parks in Europe. The aura of the original hotel lingers and interacts with the new luxury destination: chic, modern spa facilities coincide with historic splendour.

The Aghobili Hotel offers stunning views of the Meskheti Range. This constitutes the central distinguished quality of the hotel and is reinforced through transformation of the site. The new part of the Aghobili Hotel is integrated into the forested slope in front of the historic hotel building. The new construction resembles a series of stepping terraces, which follow the contours of the natural hillside from the base of the historic hotel. This provides every room with an undisturbed view of the Meskheti Range.

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Project facts

Project facts

Location: Abastumani, Georgia
Client: Reddix
Gross floor area: 22,000 m2
Year of design: 2010 - 2010
Type of assignment: Winner of invited international competition
Consulting engineers: Buro Happold
Team of architects: Louis Becker, Anders Park (Project Manager), Ulrik Raysse, Anna Carlsson, Johanna Enhörning, Peter Krogtoft, Chritian Schjøl and Sarah Roberts

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