Dubai hotelfeatures tropical rainforest, digital underwater world and man-made beach -

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Would you be keen to book a hotel that features lush vegetation and advanced sensory rain systems? Ultimately creating a leisure experience not found elsewhere in the region.

Moreover, the city of Dubai is set to add a hotel all inclusive with an artificial beach along with rainforest inside the two-tower property. New features have also been revealed like tropical rain illusion.As stated by the architect, a technologically modern sensory rain system will create a 360-degree experience, offering the impression of being surrounded by rainfall without really getting wet.

Inside the rainforest, tenants and visitors will be enveloped by a landscaped tropical oasis, spattered sunlight and tropical mist that will be lightly sprayed through the trees. There will also be a splash pool along the sand-less beach, adventure trails, play zones, waterfalls, streams and a prehistoric Jurassic-inspired marsh.

Saudi Arabia-based Royal International owned Rosemont Hotel and Residences is estimated to worth Dh1.1 billion and is situated in the Telecom zone off Sheik Zayed Road. The unique hotel is projected to open in 2018 and is as of now under development.

It will likewise highlight an activity play area for young kids, a trampoline park and a bowling alley.

The hotel lobby will have a spool – a 30 feet zero-edge, partial glass-bottom pool – that will star-lit from below mimicking the night sky, Armin revealed.

Rosemont Hotel’s luxurious elements will be created inside a five-storey platform that will serve as a pedestal between the two towers, each one 53 stories high.

The hotel will cover more than 13,000 square meters, and visitors can check in at the sky lobby on the 26th floor.

Hilton’s Curio brand will operate the five-star hotel, it is first in the United Arab Emirates. ZAS Architects Dubai is the project developer and designer. Dubai-based Civil Engineering and Contracting is the prime contractor.

In an announcement made early this year by the managing partner of ZAS International, DJ Armin, the 75,000 square feet open-air rainforest will incorporate a manmade beach designed without a sand and splash pool, a rainforest bistro, and stream, along with an area to hold play activities for children.

The hotel’s 450-room will likewise include a sky pool, three restaurants, meeting rooms and health club. It would likewise have a 280-unit serviced condo tower with a sky anteroom and sky pool, retail amenities and an entertainment space on the top level of the parking platform.

The hospitality industry in Dubai suggests year round outdoor spots that can measure up with the city’s harsh summer temperatures.

In a city where smart and chic structures have contributed greatly to the destination, the building’s architecture will be a welcome treat.