The historical mud baths building is a neo-classical structure completed in 1927. Today, the historical mud baths building, which is situated by the sea and facing the city, has become one of the most important symbolic buildings in Pärnu. The complicated goal of the project was to suitably combine the existing historical monument with a new extension. The latter was expected to have a contemporary design, give due consideration to the surrounding park landscape and enliven the adjacent area. The historical building houses a day spa with pools, a quiet spa, body treatment rooms, a health centre and 4 hotel rooms. The extension added on the sea-facing façade houses a restaurant, reception area and conference room on the ground floor and 72 hotel rooms on the first and second floors.
MIPIM 2015 finalist in Cannes
Estonian Association of Interior Architects 2014/2015 Award for the Best Public Interior