The entrance square as a space of synergy between road and pedestrian traffic, with its natural materials and informal lines, suggests to the guests the natural character of the area they have come to. With a change in the paving, the functions of pedestrian and road traffic were separated.
The central part, which leans on the new entrance with a canopy, is separated from road traffic with green islands with indigenous groundcovers, shrubs and newly designed trees. In addition to plant material, the three-dimensional elements of the central square include simple wooden cubes that serve as sitting elements, lower blocks as exhibition artifacts made of local materials (limestone, tufa, etc.) and a map of the hotel environment in natural materials.
The removal of the hotel annex frees up the area designed as the "green back" of the hotel, in which groundcovers, smaller and taller ornamental and forest plants alternate, and which includes several smaller oases with sitting elements.