Nestled among some of Montenegro’s most captivating scenery sculpted by the Adriatic’s coastal shores this unique seaside resort looks to embrace the rich cultural past while bringing with it some maritime sophistication.
The Ritz-Carlton Montrose Resort and Residences embrace the hillside location in the bay of Kotor drawing inspiration from the historical villages and venetian inspired architecture the landscape deliberately creates a series of cascading spaces designed to immerse oneself in environmental escapism and luxury travel. The resort welcomes guests through a series of bountiful productivity gardens inspired by the local monasteries and monastic gardens before opening to terrace offering 270° views of the bay. Stepping down the hillside and moving through the hotel smaller gardens and gathering spaces are discovered along the journey to the Hotels main pool, SPA facilities and Event Lawn gardens with multiple opportunities for outdoor dining at the resorts F&B offerings.
Scape were asked to build a strong landscape led narrative for the project ultimately embracing local hospitality and the connection of land and sea. Phase 1 of the resort boasts 120 Hotel guestrooms, 114 Branded Residences and 13 Branded Villas while the hotel will include 7 F&B outlets including a Seaside and Yacht Club, Ritz-Carlton residents club and a private beach. All facilities are integrated into the existing landscape and aim to immerse the intrinsic nature of the guest in the natural beauty surrounding the site.
|TEAM:||GAD Architecture, Kristina Zanic Consultants, MBLD, Studio Synthesis|