If you've ever been to a hotel and thought "Hmm, nice but needs more rainforest" then you'll be glad to hear about architecture studio ZAS Architects new Rosemont Five Star Hotel & Residences complex in Dubai.
The $550 million construction will include two 53-storey high-rise towers featuring 448 rooms, along with 280 private residences. Then, on the ground floor there will be an artificial tropical rainforest.
This 75,000-square-foot manmade jungle will feature an artificial beach and pool, with the trees spraying mist thanks to a "sensory rain system" able to create "the sensation of being surrounded by rainfall without actually getting wet." It will also have adventure trails, waterfalls, play zones, streams, and a "prehistoric Jurassic-inspired marsh."
People will also be able to enjoy this artificial tropics by experiencing it strapped into a harness and speeding along a zip wire, enjoying the flora and fauna of the only rainforest in the Middle East. And to recreate the high humidity of a rainforest recycled water will be used to mimic the a tropical environment.
If that isn't enough then the hotel will also boast a sky pool, robot handlers to take luggage to guest's rooms, an onsite movie theater, bowling alley, a trampoline park, and a skydiving simulator.
The hotel is due to open in 2018.