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VHM Development company plans construction of Emerald Mountain Residence hotel complex in Žabljak

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VHM Development is embarking on the creation of the Emerald Mountain Residence hotel complex in Žabljak. Operating on a condo business model, the forthcoming complex will boast a four-star rating and comprise two main structures: a hotel and an annex.

This information is gleaned from documentation accessible on the Environmental Protection Agency’s website, following the investor’s submission of an Environmental Impact Assessment Report. The document indicates that urban-technical conditions have been issued for the buildings, with the Ministry of Spatial Planning, Construction, and State Property granting approval for the conceptual design, which was developed by the A12 project studio.

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The complex’s construction is slated to occur within the scope of the Žabljak Detailed Urban Plan (DUP), encompassing urban parcels UP 230b and 230c, comprised of multiple cadastral plots, with the investor holding ownership of the land. Honoring the area’s architectural heritage, the design melds traditional elements with contemporary aesthetics, drawing inspiration from the region’s vernacular architecture, known as Durmitor houses.

Occupying a plot spanning 1,803 m², the hotel will span a total area of ​​3,227.53 m², encompassing two underground levels, a ground floor, two additional floors, and an attic. Additionally, the plan includes 18 on-site parking spaces, supplemented by additional parking in a public garage.

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The hotel’s ground floor will house a restaurant equipped with a kitchen and accompanying restroom facilities, accommodating 228 seats indoors, complemented by an outdoor green terrace.

Guest accommodations will be situated on the upper floors and attic, with the hotel offering 35 rooms and 9 one-bedroom apartments. All rooms will meet a minimum area requirement of 22 m², while apartments will exceed 45 m², aligning with the standards of a 4-star hotel.

The annex, positioned on a 1,432 m² plot, will also feature two underground levels, a ground floor, two floors, and an attic, with a planned gross construction area of ​​2,548 m² and 14 parking spaces.

Facilities on the annex’s ground floor will include a Spa center, complete with indoor and outdoor pools, along with amenities such as changing rooms, saunas, steam baths, jacuzzis, and other spa facilities. The upper floors and attic will host guest accommodations, comprising 31 rooms, 4 studio apartments, and 4 one-bedroom apartments, all designed to meet the standards of a 4-star hotel.

The basement levels of both structures will house technical and service rooms, serving the hotel and its annex, alongside parking spaces, with accessibility ensured for persons with reduced mobility.

The entire project was overseen by Green Environment Services.

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