Floating hotels, from over-the-top cities like Dubai to low-key locales like Bora Bora, have become a trend in recent years. Hotel developers are looking out to sea to build their next properties and guests are seeking novelty and luxury. Staying in luxurious, well-equipped accommodations, experiencing pristine wilderness, taking a trip in rainforests are really great. King Pacific Lodge, Oberoi Udaivilas, Conrad Maldives, Punta Caracol, Six Senses, Aerohotel, Resort Bora Bora, ReefWorld are just some among many luxury floating hotels which have gradually been attracting well-heeled, novelty-seeking guests from all over the world.
Reefworld is the world’s first “fully eco-friendly floating hotel”. Eco-friendly ReefWorld offers guests a full of underwater spa, eight submerged bedrooms, a research facility, and a glass-walled bathrooms.
King Pacific Lodge in British Columbia, Canada is built atop a floating barge. Guests can experience pristine wilderness.
Oberoi Udaivilas, one of the world’s most visually stunning hotels, is located on the banks of lake pichola in Udaipur. It has the architecture of a traditional Indian palace with romantic courtyards.
Conrad Maldives is set across two private islands surrounded by coral reef and lagoon in the Indian Ocean. It is a sybaritic combination of three distinct resort experiences.
Resort Dragon Inn Floating provides a safe and secure haven and offers a range of accommodation equipped with all modern amenities. Guests will have a sense of being in a traditional Bajau water village for the resort’s unique structural design.
Punta Caracol is comprised of six stilted “aqua lodges” with palm-leaf roofs Panama. Guests can take trips into the rainforests, fishing and snorkeling.
The secluded floating hotel Six Senses is situated on Soneva Gili, one of the largest lagoons in the Maldives. Visitors can access to the hotel via boat from the capital city of Male.
The construction of Aerohotel is in progress. The design preserves the environment beneath it.