Gallery: Deep Ocean Technology Unveils Plans for Their Insane Underwate...

Dubai had announced plans to construct a different underwater hotel, Hydropolis, in 2006. Projected to cost 300 million pounds to construct, it would have stood as one of the world's most expensive hotels, home to an array of facilities including a cosmetic
 
Dubai had announced plans to construct a different underwater hotel, Hydropolis, in 2006. Projected to cost 300 million pounds to construct, it would have stood as one of the world's most expensive hotels, home to an array of facilities including a cosmetic surgery clinic and a marine biological research laboratory. After a series of delays, the hotel remains unbuilt. In the intervening years however, Dubai has embarked upon a staggering array of peculiar structures, including the soon to be surpassed world's tallest tower their now infamous island atlas, which last time we checked, is still sinking.

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  1. Lisa Goodall September 7, 2014 at 12:43 pm

    Where does the dirty toilet and bath water go?

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