Corinthia Oasis will mark the group’s return to Malta, where the brand first commenced operations in 1962.
This Mediterranean-style, 162-key resort hotel will offer a suite-led mix over two distinct garden zones, one housing the low-rise hotel itself and the other featuring the exclusive Water and Garden Suites.
It will also be home to the island’s most extensive wellness facility along with a host of outdoor sports and leisure experiences that will be tailored to guests’ requirements.
The jewel in the crown, the Water Suites comprise 37 standalone Hotel bungalows with private decks dotted along a meandering water-feature.
Set over acres of lush gardens, the Water Suites will be accessible via the resort’s landscaped routes and walkways – both on foot or by electric buggies which will be provided for guest comfort and servicing purposes.
The lead concept and design architects selected to convey this vision are Martin Xuereb and Associates, one of Malta’s foremost firms. They have opted for a design language that we believe to be eminently suitable for the locality.
One that pays homage to the country’s rich architectural legacy yet remains firmly of its time.
One that embraces sustainability principles from conception and construction, right through to operation.
A combination of materials utilised in historic Maltese residential architecture will be integrated alongside contemporary ones, to establish a signature style which celebrates the past and looks to the future.
QP Ltd. a multi-disciplinary professional practice that forms part of the Corinthia Group, is actively involved in all aspects of engineering, project management and cost consultancy on the project.