The main architectural concept of the hotel is a light cantilevered, triangle that underlines the most important visual elements of Vilnius Šv. Apaštalų Jokūbo ir Pilypo church, Dominikonų monesty and Šv. Jokūbo hospital complex.
The volume of the designed hotel building is composed and shaped to allow maximum viewing of protected cultural real estate buildings and spaces from surrounding panoramas, and underlining in it's monumental form the crossroad between the new right-bank Neris skyscrapers and the Old Town of Vilnius. The volume of the building is lightened by the cantilevered parts, and underlining the location of the main entrance and the importance of the crossroad of A. Goštautas and J. Tumo-Vaižganto streets.
The volume of the hotel is divided by architectural means considering the scales of the surounding buildings. The fracture of the long J. Tumo-Vaižganto Street facade is formed, dividing this facade into three volumes. Architectural scale of facades is chosen taking into account scale and rhythm of protected buildings. The designed volumes of the Lyceum buildings are intertwined between protected buildings, so they are designed to be minimal in size and scale non-obtrusive protected buildings but ensure the functioning of the Lyceum, indicating that they are modern design buildings. Entrance to the lyceum is from A. Goštauto Street between Šv. Jokūbo hospital first building and Šv. Jokūbo hospital; second building is planned through a plinth floor to ensure an important visual connection from the right bank of the Neris
River to Vilnius Šv. Apaštalų Jokūbo ir Pilypo church. Sport hall necessary for lyceum is designed in the underground floor in the courtyard of the complex and illuminated by skylights.
The volumes of all designed buildings shall be shaped to maximize and highlight the importance and overview of the protected complex and its individual structures and building elements.