You got it wrong if you thought that sleeping in a hotel that has waterbeds is cool!
A Japanese amusement park took hoteliering on another level when they decided to build spherical hotel capsules that take its visitors on an overnight ride to a private island. Yes, it’s true!
A Dutch-themed park in Nagasaki Prefecture, Huis Ten Bosch, is currently developing so-called floating hotels than will float through Omura Bay overnight to a special island where an “adventure-type attractions” awaits. The project should start somewhere at the end of this year.
Here is just a small preview of this sci-fi looking hotel that`s about 118-124 feet in size and equipped with a bathroom.
Staying in this unusual hotel will cost around $264-$352, which is not as expensive as we thought, because four people can stay in for that amount.
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