Two Profiles of Hotels on Water in Dubai
Luxury Hotel – Property developments in Dubai hospitality in particular are greatly increased. There are some hotels even built on the sea or under the sea. Luxury as an idea of how strong the economy in the city, is certainly very impressive. Below are two profiles Hotels on Water in Dubai are very well known.
Hydropolis Hotels on Water
Hydropolis is the first underwater hotel that includes three essential elements: Inland Station, where guests will be welcomed. The connecting tunnel, which will transport people by train to the main hotel area. 220 suites within the submarine leisure complex.
Hotel, designed by Joachim Hauser is one of the largest contemporary construction projects in the world has 260 hectares wide. It is a futuristic vision to take shape 20m below the surface of the Arabian Gulf, just off the Jumeirah Beach coastline in Dubai. 220-room hotel was opened in late 2007 and will continue to develop a number of innovations and beyond what has been achieved at that time.
7-star Apeiron Island Hotel
The second underwater hotel is a hotel designed by Sybarite Architects Inggris7-star Apeiron Island Hotel is built with a distance of 300m from the coast of Dubai. Access to the hotel to be limited to cruise ships (water) and helicopter (air) only. Hotel with 438 rooms is equipped with various facilities such luxury, luxury boutiques, private movie theater, conference rooms, fitness center under water, underwater restaurant with views over the surrounding lagoons, spas and art galleries.
Internal facade with the concept of Green Building hotel has a line on the window decoration that serves to prevent direct sunlight and solar cell consists of a ribbon can generate some energy for the entire hotel.
- Some hotels in Dubai was built under the sea, which can only be accessed through a special lane,
- Hydropolis Hotel is one of the hotels in Dubai who have access by train,
- 7-star Apeiron Island Hotel, is a luxury that can only be accessed using air and water lines.
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