New Dubai hotel will have its own indoor rainforest

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New Dubai Hotel Will Have Its Own Indoor Rainforest
Science put rainforests in Central and South America, western Africa and South East Asia. Now man will put a rainforest in a building in the middle eastern desert.

Rosemont Hotel and Residences designed by ZAS architects Dubai will house 75,000 square feet of jungle with a man-made beach and stream that will use recycled water.

Throw in a rock star room service menu and this could be the best hotel ever.

On top of the rainforest the hotel will also have robotic baggage handlers to accept your bags.

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That could be cool or like the human version of trying to get a person to talk to when calling your cable company.

Love the sound of this and who knows how much money a night would cost but i'd imagine you're going to need to have some cash. The ice hotel in Sweden goes for like 630 a night. The Jules undersea lodge in Key Largo Florida is $800 a night to sleep underwater. But then there's the spontaneity suite which moves around to exotic and sometimes remote locations and was last seen in Sydney harbor sometimes goes as high $32,000 dollars a night.

Maybe there's a nice place to use air bnb near the rain forest.

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