ZAS Architects designs luxury Dubai hotel with indoor rainforest

ZAS Architects designs luxury Dubai hotel with indoor rainforest
ZAS Architects designs luxury Dubai hotel with indoor rainforest.

The Rosemont Five Star Hotel & Residences is scheduled to open in Dubai in 2018.

Designed by ZAS Architects, the development will consist of two towers 47 stories high, a combined five-story podium and two basement levels housing the facilities. The development area totals 170,000 square meters (1,928,864 square feet).

There will be a 450-key hotel tower housing a skylobby, skypool, restaurants, spa, health club and meeting rooms. There will also be a 280-key serviced apartment tower with a sky lobby, sky pool, entertainment area in the top level of parking podium, retail in the ground floor and back-of-house facility and parking facilities.

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A major feature of the property will be a 75,000-square-foot (6,968-square-meter) indoor rainforest, expected to be the world’s first. To be spread across two 47-story towers in Dubai’s Al Thanyah District, the elevated jungle will be contained within a super-sized terrarium, complete with a man-made beach and a splash pool that will use recycled water. The complex will also have an infinity pool with a glass bottom overlooking the gulf, and robotic handlers to transport luggage to guests’ rooms.

The property will be operated by Curio, Hilton’s luxury brand.

ZAS Architects designs luxury Dubai hotel with indoor rainforest

ZAS Architects designs luxury Dubai hotel with indoor rainforest

ZAS Architects designs luxury Dubai hotel with indoor rainforest

ZAS Architects designs luxury Dubai hotel with indoor rainforest

ZAS Architects designs luxury Dubai hotel with indoor rainforest

ZAS Architects designs luxury Dubai hotel with indoor rainforest

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