Mobilona Space Hotel in Barcelona
Based in California, Mobilona is an American brand which has recently expressed its wishes to do an initial investment for a $2 billion development project in Barcelona. I’m talking about the manmade Barcelona Island and more specifically the Mobilona Space Hotel.
Apart from satisfying space-enthusiasts’ wishes to travel to places far, far away, this magnificent hotel will reportedly encompass an astonishing 2,000 hotel suites and luxury residences. It is predicted in fact to be the tallest hotel in Europe, built upon an artificial island. Apogee Investors themselves have been roped in by the Californian brand to manage the financing of this fabulous, rather fictional hotel.
The design will reportedly be finished by Barcelona-based architect Erik Morvan who’s still working on it. Some say the hotel would actually be a first in the world of hotels and resorts, providing its guests with otherworldly experiences and stays. Mobilona’s investments will reportedly be thrown into immersive building technology and integration of the Internet of Things – the IoT. Furthermore, the entire array of residences and suites will be nicely fitted with immersive wall and surface displays which will be providing panoramic impressions of the space above our heads.
Another interesting part of the Mobilona Space Hotel will be the first Covered Marina in the world, a 24-hour open Space Mall, alongside a “zero-gravity” spa off the coast of Barcelona. But, for a better view of things, here’s an official description of the project that’s soon to become reality: “Buyers can currently apply for membership in the Mobilona Hotel Owners Group to reserve units at discounted preconstruction prices. A separately regulated entity will offer income-producing hotel suites and residences for purchase or resale from €495,000 to €2.6 million and penthouses from €3.9 million to €20 million. Nightly rates for hotel suites will range from €300 to over €1,500 and timeshares will start at €20,000 for an annual one-week occupancy right.”
Mobilona has also announced plans to put together similar constructions in Hong Kong and Los Angeles with an overall estimated value of the three of above $6 billion.
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