Opened on 23rd May 2009, the Mardin Palace Hotel (now owned by Titanic Hotels and known as the Titanic Mardin Palace Hotel) is positioned as a one-of-a-kind resort with “5-star sophistication, award-winning service and a picture-perfect location”.
The sumptuous destination – which has been called Europe’s and the Mediterranean’s most luxury resort – incorporated a huge 1.7 million litre Swim Reef formerly known as the Safisa Swim Reef.
This amazing man-made aquatic adventure enabled guests to swim, feed and snorkel with an array of marine species. The reefs and pools were home to rays, over 3,000 tropical fish, featured deep sections of coral and an enclosed shark tank.
AAT provided LSS design and engineering services, LSS equipment, waterproofing services, and helped construct about 1,000 square meters of simulated rockwork and coral features.