Most Expensive Hotel in the Mediterranean With Unique Water Features
Highly Specialised Design Required Meticulous Planning
HOERSTEL, Germany, July 28 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- OASE Living Water (OASE), the leading worldwide premium supplier for water gardens, fountain technology and lake management, has equipped the Mardan Palace in Antalya, Turkey, with a unique system of water features. The hotel was newly opened in May 2009.
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Spectacular display -- like fireworks
The multicoloured fountains with LED lighting and laser animations are particularly stunning at night. The installation extends over several terraces and creates a fireworks effect that reminds the viewer of Arabian Nights. The hotel's VIP guests were absolutely amazed at the opening ceremony.
Ansgar Paul, CEO of OASE, says: "This project was quite a challenge. Mardan Palace is one of the most luxurious hotels in the world -- so we wanted its water features to be equally unique and impressive. It took us over 15 months to plan and carry out the project."
Pure luxury on 180,000 square metres
Covering 180,000 square metres, the construction of the hotel cost over 1.4 million euros -- more than any European hotel. Holiday makers can look forward to the height of luxury - with 560 rooms and suites, ten restaurants, 14 bars, a 7,500 square metre wellness complex and landscaped pools that cover some 16,000 square metres. The water features are very much part of it all.
YouTube link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLMLla1N-ug
About the company:
Based in Hoerstel (Germany), the company has three strategic business segments: Water Gardens, Fountain Technology, Lake Management. A majority in OASE has been held by the investment company Cognetas since 2002. OASE currently employs a worldwide workforce of 650.
For more information, please contact:
Engel & Zimmermann AG
Dr. Alexander Baer, Bjorn Zaksek
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