Dubai Will Soon Get the First Huge $5 Billion Ultra-Luxury Moon-Shaped Hotel in the World

Ultra-Luxury Moon-Shaped Hotel

Dubai is the hub of all things opulent, and soon the city could welcome an Ultra-Luxury Moon-Shaped Hotel. According to Arabian Business, Moon World Resorts (MWR), a Canadian architecture firm, has proposed to create the resort in order to provide visitors with reasonably priced space tourism on Earth.

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The opulent hotel, whose exterior will resemble the lunar surface, is expected to be constructed in 48 months and reach a height of 735 feet overall. According to the architectural firm, “Moon Dubai” will boost the economy of the emirate in areas including hospitality, entertainment, tourist attractions, education, technology, the environment, and space tourism.

According to the founders of Moon World Resorts, Sandra G. Matthews and Michael R. Henderson, “Moon Dubai will be the largest and most successful modern-day tourism project within the entire MENA region, doubling annual tourism visitations to Dubai based on its global appeal, brand awareness, and unique multiple integrated offerings,” and it “can comfortably accommodate 10 million annual visitors.”

The opulent resort offered its visitors a spa and wellness area, a nightclub, event space, an international meeting area, a lounge, and an internal “moon shuttle.” The hotel will serve as both a training ground and a meeting place for several space agencies’ astronauts.

The Canadian architecture firm is reportedly proposing to include “Sky Villas,” which will be referred to as the private dwelling on the moon. About 300 units will be out for sale, and owners of the sky villas will have access to Moon’s elite private member’s club, according to Mr Henderson.

The Moon resort will reportedly cost an astounding $5 billion to build, with an estimated $1.8 billion in annual income, according to The National. The business is currently acquiring permits and organising road shows to advertise the Moon to prospective customers. A one-year pre-development programme will then be followed by a four-year build-out programme for the company.

MWR is also anticipated to licence four Moon destination resorts, one each in North America, Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa, as well as Asia.

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