The Maxx Royal Resort in Kiriş, a small village in Antalya, is a real hidden gem. The design by Baraka Architects is more than a holiday resort. It is an interaction between developed luxury and soothing nature. The project area at the Turkish coast has an area of 150,000 square meters and is built on a steep slope. That slope together with the dense forest and the remains of the previous hotel from 1987 were first seen as a disadvantage. Ultimately, these elements created the unique character of the resort.
"The use of natural elements ensures a perfect harmony with the environment."
What makes this residence so special is its architecture and the choice of materials. Natural stone and wood were used to integrate the hotel into its surroundings. In addition to communicating with nature, the wooden elements around the stepped buildings also offer climate benefits. The use of natural stone and slate also ensures perfect harmony with nature, just like the water. This natural element accentuates, reflects and penetrates the buildings and creates a timeless feeling.
"The use of natural stone and slate ensures perfect harmony with nature, as well as the water."
The hotel has a total of 291 rooms, including 133 suites, 84 family suites, 59 Laguna villas and 15 beach villas. The central part of the domain has 6 à la carte restaurants, 4 bars, a spa, shops, a lobby and various possibilities for dancing, music and entertainment. Boredom is not in the dictionary of the Maxx Royal Resort.