Dubai has many future architectural projects that are being build as we speak. Because Dubai’s main budget comes from tourism many of these projects are luxury hotels. One of these big projects is the Rosemont Hotel & Residences, a five star hotel comprising two 47-sorey towers and some unique features.
We don’t know when the construction for this hotel will be finished but it already started and soon enough Dubai will have yet another impressive attraction for the wealthy tourists that visit the city.
“The architecture of the building will represent today, in a city where smart and chic structures have contributed greatly to the destination. The intention of creating an active frontage on SZR side is achieved by a common podium proportioning the towers over as a pedestal, as modernism dominates the design.” says ZAS, the company behind the project.
Like pretty much everything that is made in Dubai, the Rosemont Hotel & Residences will be quite an impressive building. The two towers will rise next to the Eppco petrol station in Tecom on 13,000 square metres of space. The hotel will have 450 rooms, restaurants, spa, health club, business and meetings center, a combined 5-storey podium and 2 basement levels housing the facilities.
And what’s so special about this hotel ? Well it will have a an artificial beach and a rainforest. Yes, a rainforest in a hotel, in Dubai. This beach and rainforest will be found on the top of one of the towers and the view should be really amazing and definitely a big attraction not only for the hotel guests.Rosemont is an award winning luxury chain with hotels in 11 countries that is renown for the hospitality and and environmental responsibility. This would be the second Rosemont Hotel in the United Arab Emirates, the first one being in Abu Dhabi that was opened in May 2013. It will however be bigger than the one in the capital that is a 34-story building with 154 guestrooms, 35 suites and 131 serviced residences.
We are looking forward to see this architectural wonder finished and filled with guests from all over the world.