Dubai is well-known for its shocking design plans, but now it will show the wildest thing, the Water Discus Hotel in near future. You have also seen the world's tallest building, the world's biggest indoor ski resort, and the world's most luxurious hotel in Dubai. Drydocks World, the building company and Swiss firm BIG InvestConsult have signed a contract to build up underwater hotel, the "Water Discus Hotel" in Dubai, as per news.au.com report. Information about its estimated cost or opening date has not been announced yet.
It is planned that this hotel will contain two spaceship-like buildings one underwater and other above-water as well they will be connected by three solid legs and a vertical shaft including an elevator and stairway for easy access between levels. The size of every disc is expected to adjust as per local conditions. The underwater building will contain twenty one rooms, a dive center and a bar, all will be 32 feet (10 meter) underneath the surface of the ocean. Guests will go to their room through glass-walled tunnels. The rooms will include huge windows that offer a view out from the bed.
The surface building will contain a restaurant, spa, and recreation area. The surface building would also be linked to satellites that could be used like a landing pad for helicopters. Surface discs will be afloat and separable from the main structure for additional safety. Deep Ocean Technology will be used to make this hotel that would provide many services for divers like a training pool and other water sports offerings. Guest will be offered with luxurious holidays in the Water Discus Hotel as they will be let to admire the depths of the sea while living in the most of the warm weather.
All rooms will be sound-proof and contain curtains of diverse levels of transparency. According to the report, special lighting and creating optimal light will be included in every room for guests so that they can take photograph of the marine life around them. Guests will operate miniature vehicles or an external 'explorer' robot from inside their rooms to obtain the actual sea experience and interact with sea life also they can capture exploded photographs of the surrounding ocean creatures with the help of miniature vehicles.
This hotel will include many facilities such as 4-metre deep diving pool, a cave and wreck diver training facility, air-filled huts and emergency breathing stations equipped with observation cameras.
Another such ambitious project, Hydropolis 60 feet underwater off the coast of Dubai was reported in 2006 but miserably the project never got off the ground. However, if Deep Ocean Technology's plans will complete, then guests will one day find themselves asleep below the waters of the Persian Gulf.
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