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Luxury floating hotel



TRANQUIL: This peaceful retreat allows guest to float off into the sunset
The unique boatel (boat hotel) features a reception, restaurant and café in the middle and is surrounded by catamaran pods.

Dreamt up by Salt & Water design studio, the tranquil abode offers guests uninterrupted views of the nature around them.

And the individual boat pods mean people can set sail on the open water by day and then re-group at night for an evening meal or drinks.

Guests enter the hotel through the central unit, where they can check in before heading to their floating apartment pod via a connecting walkway.

Each catamaran pods includes a recpetion area, a galley, a bathroom, a hall with storage space and a spacious sleeping area.

They also have two outdoor areas - the flying bridge and the beach platform for swimming, diving, fishing and sun bathing.


BOATEL: The luxury catamaran apartments sleep up to four people


The spacious floating apartments also feature huge windws at the front to provide sweeping views of the surrounding countryside.

Apartments accommodate up to four guests, as the salon can be converted into a double bedroom.

The Serbian-based company behind the floating hotel says the design will allow more travellers to experience rivers and lakes in are more eco-friendly way, with minimal disruption to the natural surroundings.

 


PEACEFUL: Each pod includes a reception room, a galley, a bathroom, a hall with storage space and a sleeping area located above the salon
Their inspired plans recently won them the Millennium Yacht Design Award, an international competition for yacht designers.

Benjamin Maltby, principal consultant at worldwide authority on superyacht MatrixLloyd, opened up about his opinion on the advanced design.

"The inside/outside room became a staple of superyacht design in the mid-2000s, and these spaces normally work wonderfully," he told MailOnline.

"I'd want the whole hotel moored somewhere where the water underneath is moving: stagnant water encourages mosquitoes.

"I'd also want each apartment to be able to swing round so that it faced into the oncoming wind and wasn't buffeted by crosswinds all night.

"In summary, this is a stunning idea, but whether or not it will work will depend on where the hotel is located."


ECO: The design will allow more travellers to experience rivers and lakes in are more eco-friendly way
The location of the new design is currently undecided. For more information go to SaltandWater.rs

Courtesy Dailystar
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