COMPAC’s technological marble has been specified for the luxurious St Regis Hotel set in Amman, the historic capital of Jordon.
This 5-star hotel which is due to be completed later this year, will feature over its 124,000 sq metres of floor space: 270 rooms including 91 suites, four restaurants, a café, destination bar, pool and pool bar, fitness centre, signature spa and more than 2800m² of meeting and event space, and a business centre.
COMPAC’s technological marble tiles in Crema Madani were specified for over 12,000 sq metres of public space flooring to provide a stunning, hardwearing surface in range of intricate designs.
This composite stone has the appearance of marble but with properties that eradicate many of the difficulties associated with it, making it ideally suited for projects that wish to replicate the luxurious look and feel of natural marble but without the high maintenance, longevity and performance issues associated with it.
COMPAC’s technological marble has a hardness that is similar to marble but its resistance to impact and breakage is much greater owing to its enhanced flexibility, it is also much lighter and easier to fabricate and install on site.
Easy to clean and maintain, COMPAC’s technological marble is ideally suited for use on kitchen and bathroom floors, walls, vanity tops, building façades, and staircases and on high footfall areas such as airports, shopping malls, hotel foyers and public buildings.