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Visiting the moon won’t be so complicated anymorebecause the first hotel to offer an unforgettable experience could be in Dubai, with a giant-scale reproduction of the satellite.
The incredible thing about this project is that it will provide an innovative and futuristic tourist destination, which will be able to cover 515 thousand square meterswill have a superstructure and an environment that will include accommodation, entertainment, education, attractions, technology, environmental protection and spatial tourism.
If you can’t travel to Dubai, rest easy, four hotels are planned to be built:
- North America
- And in a country in the Middle East and North Africa.
Each building will reach at least 224 meters above the ground and the diameter of the lunar sphere will be 198 meters As a minimum.
Why is it done in Dubai?
Dubai is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world, home to three million people of nearly 200 nationalities. The Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the worldalong with other buildings with spectacular architecture, can add a new hit to your urban horizon, with a hotel that will look like a giant moon.
“This project is very large, very complex and totally unique!” explains Michael R. Henderson, co-founder with Sandra G. Matthews, of the Canadian company to EFE. “MOON World Resorts” driving this initiative.
Can the moon be colonized?
In this complex it is possible to find a reproduction of the lunar surface of about four hectares and one replica of a future colony on Earth’s natural satellitewhich Henderson and Matthews estimate can be visited by millions of people each year.
It will also contain a nightclub with a “alien ship” in the upper part, a transport system that will circulate around the hotel superstructure and in the sphere, an event center with a capacity of five thousand people and a multi-level lounge bar, as well as spacious vegetated areas inside.
How much will the project cost?
This project, the cost of which is estimated at 5 billion dollarsrequires a 12-month schedule, according to the makers, followed by a 48-month construction.
a bridge to space
For Sandra G. Matthews, “Moon” will enable a dynamic and authentic cosmic experience on Earth that will be available to many, not just a few, “making it possible for everyone to participate in the excitement of the spatial tourism”, he continues.
This complex offers guests and visitors an almost endless journey of discovery, the “main attraction” of which will allow them to “walking on a simulated surface of the moon as they explore a large fully operational and functioning lunar colony for 90 minutes,” they emphasize.
In addition, each of the built complexes will have one sustainability of the environmentsince in the interior and exterior an ecological excellence is sought that respects nature and the environment. animal welfarewith an operational management as in the foodswhat will be organicsaid Henderson and Matthews.
There will be a large one in the building and on the grounds area with vegetation favorable to pollinating insectsthe reuse of water and the collect rainwaterthe energy from renewable sources (wind, sun and geothermal energy) and a electrically powered air conditioning generated without CO2 emissions.
Surely after reading this note you were as surprised as we were, now we have to wait for the development of the project to make suitcases and go straight to the moon