Forbes magazine published a list of the most luxurious hotels in the Middle East. Now this region is famous not only oil deposits, but the hotels and ultra-luxury.
The hotel Hydropolis is built on land belonging to the crown Prince of Dubai. It is a huge underwater hotel, at a cost of $585 million was to be opened last year. But the plans were thwarted after the resignation of the head of the development company Crescent Hydroplis Alfred Wuttke.
In Hydropolis 300 rooms and 220 suites, located on three floors. All rooms are under water, so that through the Windows-the window you can admire the fishes and jellyfish. Near the hotel, on the seabed, erected “underwater” gardens and “ocean villas” for VIP guests. Among the future delights – car submarines and plastic surgery clinic.
Turkish hotel Ciragan Palace in Istanbul. For $1 185 per night you can rent a huge room with views of the Bosphorus. The Ciragan Palace was built of wood in the late sixteenth century, but in 1857 its new owner, Sultan Abdulaziz built the building. For his finish rich Oriental ruler was taken to first class marble and perlamutra around the world. In 1991 the Palace became a hotel. Continue reading