Qatar to have 5-star hotel that floats and rotates to generate its own electricity

A new eco-luxury hotel is being developed in Qatar that will float in the middle of the ocean and spin to generate its own electricity. The hotel will have 152 rooms, and will occupy a construction area of 35,000 square metres.

Hayri Atak Architectural Design Studio [HAADS], a Turkish architectural design company, revealed the impressive design of the hotel on Instagram recently with details about its features.

The eco-floating hotel, which is likely to be completed by 2025, will have 152 rooms which will be designed to decrease energy loss and reduce waste production. In addition, Hayri Atak has said that the hotel is planned for Qatar plans to have eco-luxury 5-star hotel that floats and rotates to generate its own electricity but it also has the potential to be located in different areas due to its characteristic mobile feature.

“The Eco-Floating Hotel is a project whose first leg is planned to take place in Qatar but it also has the potential to be located in different areas thanks to its characteristic mobile feature,” Hayri Atak wrote on Instagram.

The post adds that the construction of the hotel started in March 2020 with the motto of minimum energy loss and zero waste.

As one of the hotel’s main features is its ability to spin according to water, it will generate electrical energy and provide guests with different perspective experiences.

“The eco-floating hotel is inspired by the sea with which it is associated in the first degree in terms of form and design principle. At this point, it is worth mentioning that the project will work efficiently in areas where there is a continuous and certain flow,” the post adds.

The hotel will also boast a whirlpool, an infinity pool, rooftop bars, spa, saunas, gymnasiums, a beach, and a mini-golf club.

As for accessibility, guests can enter the hotel via a 150-degree pier or on boats that ‘will provide access from the sea to the hotel, and finally by helicopter and drone to the helipad located on the floating pier using the airway’.