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WATER DISCUS HOTEL
Transcript of WATER DISCUS HOTEL
Dubai's underwater hotel
This fantastic and original hotel is called Water Discus Hotel and its located in Dubai. Is located deep underwater, and it's comfortable and luxurious.
This unique design, is an independent structure with a usable area of approximately 1000 m2 fully equipped with a high level of safety and comfort.
WHAT FACILITIES OFFERS?
UN UNUSUAL LIVING PLACE
Is an ecologic hotel.
It will be the first underwater hotel.
It is 10 meters underwater.
This fantastic hotel at the moment is only a project, but when will be constructed it will cost a lot of money, so only can't afford going there very rich people.
The main structure of the hotel would be two discs, one on water and one submerged, connected by three stands where elevators and stairs allow the movement of guests. The rooms will have underwater panoramic windows and special lighting to see marine biodiversity.
There are only 21 rooms.
The construction is made of iron and glass.
YOU LIKE IT!!
you can play different aquatic sports
Broadband connection in all rooms
The superior floor of the hotel offers restaurant services, dance floors, and shopping centers.
An especial facility is that only the richest clients can rend a particular submarine (of a capacity of three passengers) and they can go to 36.000 foots of profundity under the water, and these costs 1.6 millions of dollars.