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New hotel in Kamchatka: live like in a volcano

Resident of Free Port to Build Five-Star Hotel in the Capital of Kamchatka Original Architecture

In Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, construction of a world-class hotel complex began: in walking distance from the historic center, with a magnificent view of Avacha Bay, there will soon be a modern building combining hotel-service level 4-5 stars and numerous entertainment opportunities. The initiator of the project received the status of a resident of the Free Port of Vladivostok to simplify the import of equipment and saving on taxes and draws to participation in the construction of a federal and international structure, although it invests only its own. The new hotel, whose name will be chosen by the contest, promises to become one of the attractions of the country of volcanoes, because it itself will be externally like a volcano.

New hotel in Kamchatka: live like in a volcano
The initiator of the project to build a hotel complex along Leningradskaya Street in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky was the top management of the leading helicopter carrier in Kamchatka, Vityaz-Aero. In 2016, the corresponding investment project was presented to LLC "New House", having started the preparatory work. In January 2017, the company received the status of a resident of the Free Port of Vladivostok in Kamchatka. Private investment in the project is estimated at 2 billion rubles, the payback period for the project is 8 years. Construction began this spring, however, before this developer had to build a retaining wall, due to the complexity of the relief, leaving at 20 m in depth. At the site now works 150 people, by the time of finishing them will be up to 300 people.

The total area of ​​the future complex of variable number of storeys is about 28 thousand square meters. “The complex will be of mixed use - both hotel and entertainment, and tourist and business, - explains the project manager Dmitry Kotov. - It includes, firstly, the hotel "tower" itself - for 180 rooms, or 300 beds. The hotel will be no worse than four plus or five stars: the first of its kind in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, and for many years, probably, one, since the flow of tourists of this level is small. The hotel will be managed by the Moscow Alliance Hotel Management. Secondly, a concert hall, also known as a conference hall, for 600 seats. Third, a large fitness center with a 25-meter full-size swimming pool, SPA center and a Korean-style bath. The complex will also include office premises and various entertainment facilities, for example, a sky-bar is planned to be located at the top ”.

The representative of the investor emphasizes that most of the establishments of the hotel complex "will be oriented to the whole city". In addition, the hotel will employ about 110 person staff, in the remaining facilities of the complex - more about 60-70. Some qualified specialists will have to be brought to the peninsula.

For the new complex was chosen a playground with a beautiful view near the embankment of Kultuchny Lake, which previously had repeatedly tried to build a hotel, but so far - never happened. However, the initiators of the project are sure that this time the city will receive a new modern complex, the image of which was invented by Levon Airapetov - an elite Moscow architect. The building promises to become an ornament of the capital of Kamchatka.

“The hotel itself will be like a volcano, with gray crushed aluminum facades and a stainless steel sweep that reflects the red floors of the sky bar. The conference room will visually "flow" down from the roof, depicting lava. The office building will be glazed using a special white coating and will have an uneven shape - like a block of ice, ”says Dmitry Kotov.

The complex will also be unusual from the seismic point of view: large buildings will in fact be "suspended" on rubber-metal supports, which will provide an additional guarantee of safety in earthquakes. Such a design has so far been applied in the construction of only one building in Kamchatka - a new marina.

According to Dmitry Kotov, the builders have already approached the middle of the project: the main lower floors are planned to be completed in the autumn. The hotel tower will be completed in March, at the same time the installation of facades from a supplier from Shanghai will start this winter. Finishing work will be conducted from the summer of 2018 by contractors from South Korea, preliminary negotiations with them have already passed. Earlier, we note, it was reported that the project will include the Korean Dongha Co., Ltd - its representatives met with Kamchatka Governor Vladimir Ilyukhin.

“The commissioning of the main building is scheduled for the second half of 2019, although, perhaps, some work will continue further - for example, the opening of a fitness center may take place a little later. In addition, the second phase of the project assumes that a visit center for exhibitions and a park will be created across the road on the shore of Lake Kultuchnoye. We will start working on this project no earlier than the end of 2018, ”says Dmitry Kotov. In addition to the arrangement of the park area and the visitor center, it is planned to put in order the treatment facilities, as well as build a helipad necessary for the delivery of tourists and the work of fire and ambulance aircraft.

Dmitry Kotov emphasizes that the investor plans to apply the regime of the Free Port of Vladivostok in at least two points: he will use the right of duty-free import of equipment and benefits from the wage fund. “Plus reduced VAT. In general, this mode is a good thing, and it is good for large projects, ”he sums up.
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