A New Dubai Hotel Will Have Its Own Private Rainforest

Just when we all thought the world’s largest indoor theme park was hard to top, Dubai proves us wrong yet again.

Dubai seems to be in a competition with itself to become the capital of world records, man-made firsts, and showy gimmicks—such as the world’s largest indoor ski resort and a nearly opened indoor theme park poised to become the biggest on the planet—to distract visitors from the punishing weather.
Its latest jaw-dropping megaproject is a tropical rainforest in a skyscraper hotel — another world-first for the emirate.
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The 7,000-square-meter rainforest will be part of the upcoming Rosemont Hotel and Residences Dubai, one of the properties under Hilton’s luxury independent brand Curio — A Collection by Hilton.
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The complex, expecting to welcome its first guests in 2018, consists of two 53-story-high towers including a 448-key hotel and a 280-room serviced apartment tower.
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Designed by ZAS Architects Dubai, the $550 million Rosemont Hotel and Residences Dubai will feature nonessentials like an indoor bowling alley, robotic luggage handlers, a trampoline park, and a glass-bottomed sky pool that lights up at night like a starry sky.

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