A project for the construction of Toyoko Inn hotel in the center of Moscow has garnered support from the city’s Architectural Council, the Moscow Chief Architect Sergey Kuznetsov said on Wednesday.
As RIA Novosti news agency reports referring to Sergey Kuznetsov, the facility is planned to be erected in the 1st Krasnoselsky lane. Speaking at the meeting held by the Architectural Council, Kuznetsov came up with a proposal to support the project for a hotel designed in three colors. According to him, as a result of the thorough work, a compromise was found between the company’s corporate design and the way the Moscow authorities perceive the city’s architecture.
According to the plan, the investor is going to build about six hotels under the brand of Toyoko Inn — the largest hotel chain in Japan — in a number of regions in Russia. The first such hotels will be opened in the main cities of the country — Moscow and St. Petersburg. It is noted that the hotels are equipped with split systems, and air conditioners will be taken to the rear facade. The facades themselves will be constructed with the use of clinkers on the lower floors of the building, with a smooth color gradient.