The building consists of two main parts, whose major features, two differently shaped and sized towers symbolizing a king and a queen, stick out from the complex outline completely surrounded by a group of minor turrets, altogether delivering a medieval manor-house resemblance to the whole structure. The appointed architects drew inspiration from a century-old tale belonging to the Black Sea cultural tradition while embodying in the castle outlines a king and a queen holding hands and proudly looking down on their crown princes and princesses, cheerfully surrounding them. The many decorative elements of the hotel façades combine features of different architectural styles, revealing great abundance of narrow arched windows, small ledges, elegant towers and turrets topped by differently shaped domes, aimed at delivering an ancient aura to the brand new construction.
From a technical point of view, the Hercules Hotel complex has required an impressive number of lighting fixtures to achieve the well known breathtaking final result: 838 units of Jade, 105 Zaphir, 345 Micro-Clip MK2 and 4 Imperial 4000, for a total amount of almost 1300 units, have been installed directly on to the hotel walls in order to enhance its architectural details with a dynamic accent lighting scheme. Essential prerequisite was the use of RGBW and warm white, high efficiency, low power consumption LED fixtures equipped with a compact, low-weight chassis and a DXM control system.