Hotel offers water beds on a grand scale

May 25, 2011 |

A semi-submerged resort hotel is the newest project from Giancarlo Zema, a Rome-based architect known for his organic maritime designs. The hotel spans one kilometer and has both land and sea portions.

The portion on land comprises a tower restaurant that’s surrounded by a marina, residential buildings, and offices. The sea portion, which branches out like giant tentacles, consists of 80 floating, jellyfish-like suites that will provide the guests with stunning underwater views.

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Source: arcilook.com

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