Imagine falling asleep, quietly bobbing against the water’s surface and waking up to another beautiful landscape, all yours to discover. With this spherical-snapped floating hotels, that dream may just turn into a reality thanks to the faux medieval Dutch city on
With this spherical-snapped floating hotels, that dream may just turn into a reality thanks to the faux medieval Dutch city on an island in Sasebo, Japan named Huis Ten Bosch.
At night, you’ll float away from the fake town’s port in the two-story floating orb which can hold a maximum of four people across 3.75 miles of water. The main level holds a living area (and a bathroom, one should hope) while the top is where guests can sleep in their beds, surrounded with a stunning view of the water.
When you awaken, you’ll be on the shore of Huis Ten Bosch’s sister island which is currently deserted but will soon be jam-packed with attractions. Each night will cost between $260-350 per night and is set to be completed by the end of this year.
[ Source: Curbed ]