Located in the heart of the cosmopolitan city of Baku, the hotel watches over the comings and goings on one of the longest seaside promenades in the world. It is placed in a historic, 80-year-old building that intricately combines present-day features with those of the times long gone.
The decorative light fixtures in the lobby and the restaurant embrace this concept as well. They are made up of crystal cut balls, which, as a component, are traditionally featured in classical light fixtures. Hanging from smooth silver rods, they form effective clusters that are modern in style: a sparkling wave spanning 15 square metres that, despite its size, creates an impression of absolute lightness, and a crystal rain that descends on the heads of B&B Restaurant’s guests.