Eden Project hotel
- 109-bedroom hotel
- Opens April 2018
- Sustainable design
Opening in April 2018, the Eden Project hotel will offer additional onsite accommodation for visitors, as well as classrooms to support our educational programmes.
Eye-catching in its look, the Eden Project hotel has been designed to blend into the countryside and have high standards of accessibility, energy-efficiency and sustainability.
The 109-bedroom hotel will also feature classrooms to support our educational programmes, including our apprenticeship scheme and degree-level courses.
Construction starts in late 2017 and the hotel should open in April 2018.
Designed by Tate Harmer, one of the UK’s leading architects for sustainability and natural environments, the striking plan features prominent timber poles, cladding the outside of its two blocks.
The accommodation has been split into two blocks to reduce its visual impact. Local stone cladding will be used at the lower level of the buildings, and locally-sourced timber poles are designed to set the main accommodation blocks into the surrounding landscape.
Existing features in the area, including old trees and stone walls, will be incorporated into the design of the grounds. New features, including a meadow and orchard, will be planted around the hotel.
The location is near Eden’s Plum car park, and would boast easy access to the Eden site as well as local footpaths and cycle routes.
Contact the team
If you’d like to talk to the team at Eden behind the hotel, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Any suppliers interested in being part of the project should follow the steps outlined on our website.