This Floating Hotel Room Will Take You to a Deserted Island

This Floating Hotel Room Will Take You to a Deserted Island

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Located in Kyushu Nagasaki Sasebo city, Huis Ten Bosch is a “Dutch-themed park” in Japan that’s developing an all new attraction unlike anything we’ve ever seen, because this floating hotel room takes you to a deserted island. Less than 4 miles outside of the park, Huis Ten Bosch owns an uninhabited island with close to 40,000 square meters of, well, nothing, which they’re going to develop in the future. How do you get across the water to the future home of what we can only hope is a real life version of Jurassic Park? You hop in a floating capsule that divides all the amenities of a hotel room across two floors. As you fall asleep in the glass capped upper floor bedroom, the floating capsule will transport you slowly to the island overnight. The rooms should be able to accommodate up to four guests with a price ranging upwards from $260. Service could start as early as the end of this year.
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