Someone Converted a 19th Century Sea Fort Into This Unique Luxury Hotel

AmaZing Venues have converted an old sea fort into a new luxury resort in one of the coolest – and most ambitious – hotel projects seen.

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The old fort, known as No Man’s Land, was built between 1867 and 1880. Guests can either boat or helicopter in to spend a night in the 19th century landmark.

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The hotel is cozy, featuring 23 rooms, accommodating up to 44 people per night. It’s nothing like its past; the private island offers up everything from mini golf and laser tag, to hot tubs and spas.

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Rates range anywhere from $672 to $1,000 per night.

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