THE PARK Hyderabad

Park Hydera
THE PARK Hyderabad
THE PARK Hyderabad

Project Facts
  • Completion Year 2010
  • Design Finish Year 2007
  • Size Site Area: 9,194 square meters Building Height: 30 meters Number of Stories: 9 Building Gross Area: 49,400 square meter
  • Awards
    2011, Special Jury Award, MIPIM 2011, Green Good Design Award, Chicago Athenaeum 2009, Hospitality Projects Award, Cityscape 2010, Best Exterior Design, Boutique Design Magazine 2011, Best Hotel & Tourism Resort, MIPIM 2014, Merit Award for Excellence in Architectural Design, AIA – International Region Chapter
  • Collaborators
    Godrej & Boyce Apeejay Surrendra Group Uday Joshi Associates Spectral Hotel Services Consultants Semac Private Limited Engg & Planning Consultant Ild Cholamandalam Ms Risk Services Ltd. Eds Pyramids Nagadi Consultants
Project Facts
  • Completion Year 2010
  • Design Finish Year 2007
  • Size Site Area: 9,194 square meters Building Height: 30 meters Number of Stories: 9 Building Gross Area: 49,400 square meter
  • Awards
    2011, Special Jury Award, MIPIM 2011, Green Good Design Award, Chicago Athenaeum 2009, Hospitality Projects Award, Cityscape 2010, Best Exterior Design, Boutique Design Magazine 2011, Best Hotel & Tourism Resort, MIPIM 2014, Merit Award for Excellence in Architectural Design, AIA – International Region Chapter
  • Collaborators
    Godrej & Boyce Apeejay Surrendra Group Uday Joshi Associates Spectral Hotel Services Consultants Semac Private Limited Engg & Planning Consultant Ild Cholamandalam Ms Risk Services Ltd. Eds Pyramids Nagadi Consultants

A new flagship hotel for The Park Hotel Group, this 531,550-square-foot, 270-room hotel infuses a modern, sustainable design with the local craft traditions, and is influenced by the region’s reputation as a center for the design and production of gemstones and textiles. The project is distinctive for its profound implementation of sustainable design strategies, with special attention paid to the building’s relationship to its site, daylighting, and views.

The building’s three sides wrap an elevated courtyard that can be accessed from the hotel lobby. This flexible outdoor area is protected from strong winds and serves as an extension of the restaurants inside. It features a private dining court and a swimming pool. The facade provides a range of transparency according to the needs of the spaces inside. Perforated and embossed metal screens over a high-performance glazing system give privacy to the hotel rooms while allowing diffused daylight to enter the interior spaces and provides acoustic insulation from trains passing nearby.

SOM also designed many of the project’s interior spaces, including the lobbies, the lobby lounge, retail, and banquet halls. The interiors continue the jewelry concept – with silver, gold and gemstones throughout. The project achieved the first LEED® Gold certification for a hotel in India, and has been awarded Best New Hospitality Project of 2010 from Cityscape India.