Floating Hotels

Floating Hotels

Like many things around the world, there are regular hotels, charming hotels, fantastic hotels, and unbelievable ones as well. Some of the most interesting, and possibly the most astonishing hotels in the world are the unique ones. The Jumeirah Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai is the only hotel classified as a 7-star hotel unit. The hotel classification goes up to 5 stars, but Jumeirah went two steps further. The service and experience you’ll get from this hotel are out of this world, so is the classification. But what about some other exciting hotels around the world? There are the ones that continuously move, from continent to continent. Did you know that there’s no need to travel and stay in one hotel at all? You’re able to book a room in a hotel that will do the traveling for you.

Floating Cities

Cruise Ship Hotels (floating hotels) became very popular. Not only because of the unforgettable experience that you get from a cruise but because of the fact that you can visit numerous countries, islands, continents, and cities while having a single room booked. No airport rush, no taxi drives, no baggage around you all the time. Sit back, enjoy the cruise and the calmness of the ocean, and enjoy various benefits and services that floating hotels offer to their guests. Floating hotels can offer so many things to their guests that they often don’t know which service to use first. Cruises usually go with all-inclusive service, meaning that you can eat, drink, and use all amenities free of charge. The facilities on cruise ships are vast – from cinemas to theaters, and all kinds of restaurants, bars, pubs, and even night clubs. Shopping mall on a ship in the middle of the ocean? Yes, that’s what you can get as well if you go for a cruise on these floating cities.