The Floating Venice in Dubai's The World Islands is set to be a Venetian experience outside Venice. What it is committed to offering to its soon-to-be guests and visitors is a world-class accommodation, incomparable ambiance and the experience of being on the world's first ever underwater luxury vessel resort. Kleindienst Group, which is also the developer of The Heart of Europe islands and The Floating Seahorse, the world's first luxury underwater living experience, will make The Floating Venice in Dubai operational by 2020. The $680 million resort located 4km offshore Dubai will start its construction by 2018 and the plans for this luxury is simply breathtaking, in addition to its underwater deck location.
In a report from ArabianBusiness, the floating resort can accommodate 3,000 guests daily, as they can venture off to four decks complete with all the amenities of luxury as well restaurants and leisure parks. It is all Venice-inspired from the Gondola's that will transport the guests to their cabins up to the winding canals. The unique underwater feature of one of its deck is complete with restaurants, shops, and the world's first ever underwater spa.
More so, The Floating Venice has 414 cabins for their guests, distributed in each of its four decks, Financial Express reports. Guests and visitors will have to ride a boat, helicopter or a seaplane to arrive in The Floating Venice where they will be directed to the main Piazza San Marco and check-in at the underwater lobby. The way towards the cabin will be through Venice-inspired canals on board a Gondola that were imported exclusively from Venice, while a good view of the coral reefs below is truly a stunning moment.
There will be 24 pools for guests, some of which has acrylic-bottom that can provide a spectacular coral reef view, a feeling of transparency for this underwater amenity. All structures and domes will be Italian-inspired like the Basilica San Marco and an on-site coral nursery of 400,000 square feet to promote the balance of between modern structures and still maintain the marine habitat.© 2017 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.