OKU, derived from a Japanese concept meaning “inner space”.Our guiding principle is to provide our guests with a soulful environment to unwind, re-energise and indulge their passions. OKU Kos and OKU Ibiza are sister hotels where you’ll find attention to detail everywhere. From our plates and cutlery in the restaurants to the high quality mattresses and Marshall sound equipment in every room. Our spa and yoga spaces are minimalist havens of tranquillity while our bars and poolside areas encourage new connections over great food and drink. www.okuhotels.com
LMEY Investments developed a hotel for the luxurious brand OKU Hotels on Ibiza. The project involves the transformation of an existing property (former Hotel Acor Playa) and an adjacent plot of land, with a total surface of 13,000 sqm, into a 189-room hotel near the beach of Cala Gracio, Ibiza. OKU Hotels is a line of boutique beach resorts that cater to a growing generation of independent travelers, offering simple, laid-back luxury at the beach. OKU Ibiza opened in the summer of 2020. It will be the second hotel under the boutique lifestyle brand and the first in Spain.
LMEY Investments is currently developing a spectacular hotel on the Spanish island Ibiza. The former hotel Acor Playa, which adjoins the beach, is located on a site of more than 6,000 m² and boasts a much talked-about design by the renowned team of architects Miguel G. Quetglas and Adrés G. Castiella. The luxury beach hotel has 189 breathtaking rooms. The facade of the hotel Acor Playa presents a spectacle of organic and open-air connections. The remarkable and unique design of the hotel is destined to become a landmark. The building is already attracting great interest from all over the world. The hotel will be opened in 2020.
In Valkenburg, a popular tourist destination in the southern part of The Netherlands, LMEY Investments is currently developing Wellness Hotel Geuldal. The Geuldal Hotel is a luxury hotel with 200 rooms on a site of around seven hectares. This is a former Jesuit monastery with a surface area of some 20,000 m². LMEY Investments is transforming this Jesuit monastery, which originally dates from 1893, into a premium wellness hotel in an exuberant environment with more than 200 rooms, congress and convention facilities. The hotel will offer a luxury Spa & Wellness centre, a fitness centre, two luxury restaurants, a wine cellar, library, exhibition room and observatory as well.
LMEY Investments and Aldiana Hotels will build a luxury club hotel under the name Alpincenter in the vicinity of Europe’s largest indoor piste, the ski centre Alpine Center in Wittenburg. The Alpincenter club hotel will cater to the rapidly growing need for winter sports locations in Germany. This new 4 star club hotel will have as a result around 250 rooms instead of the current 140 rooms and will provide direct access to the Alpine Center. This Alpine Center offers its guests not only skiing but other sports activities as well, such as a karting track, quad rides, water-skiing, a spectacular high ropes course and curling.
Taking inspiration from traditional Greek island architecture, OKU Kos has a village-like feel with one and two-storey cubist houses grouped around gardens and patios with slow-living, mindfulness and minimalism at its core. Deeply inspired by the Greek parea – a gathering of friends – OKU Kos is a relaxing beach hideaway. The cubic, one- and two-storey buildings are contemporary and minimalist, derived from centuries-old Greek architectural style. Large terraces extend into private outdoor space. Indoor and outdoor restaurants, open kitchens, a centred bar, with terraces on the poolside or overlooking the beach and sunset. Clean-lined furniture combine with rough, natural textures, and exotic accessories to create the perfect down-time sanctuary.