Dubai Underwater Hotel

Dubai Underwater Hotel

Under the turquoise waters of the Arabian Gulf lay another added feature to the long list of Dubai attractions creating a more impressive outlook to Middle East tourism. The Dubai Underwater Hotel takes shape for everyone to experience a luxurious stint in a hotel which is built 66 feet way under the blue gulf. Costing at about UK£300 million, the hotel is now known as the Hydropolis which was especially crafted with intricate engineering that only geniuses could do. The Hydropolis is expected to trigger a peaceful communion with the creations way under as visitors can magnificently view the beautiful life in the sea.

Dubai Underwater Hotel is considered to be many times larger and deeper as that of the Poseidon Mystery Island in Fiji. This hotel is constructed with a land station which welcomes guests and visitors. The land station just within the Jumeirah Beach is already a fascination as it provides the chance to view a cinematic presentation of aquatic life evolution. It even contains a research laboratory for marine biology, a center to hold conferences and a cosmetic surgery hub. From the land station, visitors and guests will be transported through a 515 meters tunnel leading them to the 220 bubble-shaped hotel suites.

The Hydropolis has a twin dome which houses the hotel’s ballroom and concert auditorium. The ballroom is constructed with a retractable roof that can automatically open to provide open-air events along with the coastline’s panoramic views. But Dubai attractions were not just created beautiful. They too, are crafted to be secure and safe. The Dubai Underwater Hotel is incorporated with series of watertight doors that can seal off the complex during emergency cases. This tourism spot may have been completed two years late from the original plan because more features were added to ensure more extravagant experience underwater.