The Magin Mountain Hotel, Chile The Hotel LaMontaña Magica was built in a man-made volcano that spews water instead of lava. It is covered in rainforest moss and vines and is accessible via monkey bridge, sitting within a reserve that’s 232 square miles of lush, teeming nature.
The Magin Mountain Hotel, Chile | by Hernando The Hotel LaMontaña Magica was built in a man-made volcano that spews water instead of lava. It is covered in rainforest moss and vines and is accessible via monkey bridge, sitting within a reserve that’s 232 square miles of lush, teeming nature.
Unimaginably cool. A little over five years ago, Conrad Maldives Rangali Island opened the very first undersea restaurant. To celebrate their anniversary, the restaurant offered guests the chance to not only eat under the sea, but sleep under it as well. The 12-seat restaurant, which sits 16 feet below sea level of the Indian Ocean, was converted into a private bedroom suite for two, complete with a private champagne dinner and breakfast in bed.
Clink link for more photos... Russia-based architectural firm Remistudio proposes this arch-shaped floating hotel as a refuge from even extreme floods. Called (quite appropriately) the Ark, the futuristic structure has the ability to exist autonomously on the surface of the water. Designed to be a bioclimatic building, the Ark incorporates several innovative green strategies and elements to ensure that its residents can survive aboard for months at a time.
This architecturally-daring pool, designed by Architexas, sits atop The Joule Hotel in Dallas, Texas. Ten stories above the ground, the pool projects eight feet over the edge of the building and hangs directly above Main Street, giving dippers dazzling downtown views.