Situated 4000 meters above sea level, LEAPrus Eco Hotel is located on the slopes of Mount Elbrus, the highest peak in Europe. A one of a kind 'eco-hotel', it offers astonishing panoramic views of the snow-capped peaks.
Designed by a team of Italian architects specializing in making accommodation for extreme environments like this, the station is made up of four prefabricated fiberglass tubes. While two blocks contain communal bedrooms and lounges, staff accommodation and a restaurant are present in the third, and toilets and showers are in the fourth.
Sporting plush and modern interiors, it makes use of cutting edge technology to be energy efficient. Great emphasis has been given to making the hotel comfy and self-sufficient while offering modern amenities to visitors. The unique design and architecture is a blend of elegance, functionality, and durability, and worth every praise heaped on it.
Present at dizzying heights, and in an extreme climatic environment, the hotel boasts some spectacular and otherworldly views of the northern Russian Caucasus. Commissioned by the North Caucasus Mountain Club, with the intent of promoting tourism in these parts, the station is but the first step in promoting hospitality on Mount Elbrus.