From the sea side
For the Tri-City, the sea and the bay have always been a window on the world, which is why the design team has prepared in this part of the storey accents known from the classic interiors of cruise ships and merchant ships. The assumption was that guests, looking at this sight, had the impression resembling calm sailing, when standing on a stable deck, they can feel the wind blowing and a promise brought by the vastness of the sea.
This is a luxury that we will soon be able to afford in the middle of the day, in an interior inspired by the style of Polish transatlantic liners, which just like MS Batory were built in Gdańsk.
The interior of MS Batory
...tenements in the
Gdańsk Oliwa district
Art Nouveau in the north, greenery in the west
The northern part of the storey is adjacent to Oliwa, one of the oldest and most picturesque districts of Gdańsk. This is the district where you can find the Cistercian Abbey, the Oliwa Cathedral and the Park with a botanical garden right next to it, as well as majestic houses and tenements. The interiors in this part of the floor will refer to Art Nouveau buildings with terracotta rooftops and old cobbled streets surrounded by avenues of trees. It will also include elements of metalwork, references to wooden and glazed verandas and street lanterns.