Dubai Underwater Hotel

Dubai Underwater Hotel

No one could ever imagine being accommodated and welcomed in a luxury hotel underwater. But this unfathomable imagination is now slowly coming into reality as Dubai creates the world’s first hotel under water! Yes, Dubai attractions have included in its prestigious list the Dubai Underwater Hotel estimated to cost as much as £300m. This includes three main elements: the land station where visitors are to be welcomed, the connecting tunnel that transports people by train to the main hotel entrance and the 220 elegant suites that are built within the submarine leisure complex. Measuring just about the size of London’s Hyde Park, Dubai Underwater Hotel is now dubbed the largest contemporary infrastructure in the world.

Also known as the Hydropolis, the underwater hotel is situated just near the Jumeirah Beach coastline. Indeed, Dubai has transformed into that haven of architectural marvels that are emerging fancifully and concretely along the desert sands of the United Arab Emirates. Dubai attractions have been strongly associated with the city’s open-mindedness and innovative ventures that more and more luring creations are born with the passing of time. With the support of no less than the Crown Prince His Highness General Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Hydropolis has been concertized and science fiction has found its place in the real world. His Highness has contributed that last piece of his beach property to become the land portion in which the hotel was built upon.

The Dubai Underwater Hotel or the Hydropolis has been the product not just of human ingenuity but also of man’s physiology and the principles of architecture. Hydropolis imitates an architectural design that incorporates a figure eight inscribed in a circle and lying on its side. Featuring a line of bars, restaurants, clubs and function areas within the hotel, activities are ensured to be fun and exciting you’ll forget you are doing them underwater.