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Author`s name Dmitry Sudakov

Doughnut-shaped luxury hotel to be built in Dubai

Dubai , which is probably one of the most amazing cities in the world, will soon have another miracle to boast of. A doughnut-shaped hotel will be built on Dubai shoreline.

The eye-opening building will become a part of Dubai Promenade project. Nakheel, which runs the construction, will make an artificial peninsula for the new five-star futuristic hotel. About 650,000 cubic meters of sand and 750,000 tons of rocks will be used for the peninsula.

Dubai Promenade will be located between the seafront and Dubai Marina complex. It will be adjacent to Dubai International Marine Club. As a result, Dubai Promenade will offer magnificent panoramic views, beautiful walkways, and architecture to create different residential and commercial environment.

The new complex will be able to comfortably accommodate 10,000 guests. The construction will start in the first quarter of the current year.

In addition to a selection of commercial and residential towers, cafes, restaurants and retail offerings will span the length of the entire waterfront. Dubai Promenade will have its own marina with more than 60 berths.

Ali Bin Damithan, senior general manager at Dubai Promenade, said: “When masterplanning Dubai Promenade, we were keen to create a feeling of open space, capitalising on the waterfront views. As well as being a premium location for offices and retail, public access to the promenade will provide a unique location for families to stroll and enjoy seafront views. The hotel’s unprecedented shape and structure will be spectacular and no other skyline in the world offers anything like it.”

Source: agencies

Prepared by Dmitry Sudakov
Pravda.ru

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