A number of hotels boasting futuristic designs are currently in the pre-planning stages across the Middle East and Asia. Hotels in Dubai, Vietnam and South Korea are ambitious in their designs, which range from biologically-inspired complexes which radiate out into the lagoon beyond, to soaring towers that stretch into the sky above.
The Viceroy Da Nang resort in Danang, Vietnam is a 700-key hotel spread over two sister towers that are joined at the top by a viewing gallery that affords panoramic vistas out over the blue ocean beyond. Comprised of guest suites, hotel rooms and condos, the resort is an imposing glazed construction raised off the ground by multiple floors of accommodation, event space and retail units. The 5-star hotel also offers 8 restaurants and will be located in what is proposed to be a new entertainment and retail hub of Cocobay.
In South Korea, the 5-star and 6-star Mohegan Sun Gateway Entertainment Resort will offer an incredible 1,356 new rooms for visitors to the city of Incheon, and is estimated to cost about $5 billion USD. With an innovative shape to be built in phases, the aptly named Project Inspire will be comprised of three luxury towers housing the guest rooms and suites, over 20,000m2 of retail space, the largest entertainment area in South Korea with a 15,000 person capacity venue, an amazing 33,000m2 allocated for an adventure park and 10,000m2 to house a Paramount Studios themed amusement park.
Dubai is set to become the home of the Oyster Resort Dubai, a 5-star new-build resort with a key count of 1,748. The resort consists of a two spiralling towers that anchor a set of radiating fins that sit in the lagoon in front and house a series of villas looking onto the lagoon, each with a private garden and beach.
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