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Originally posted by kennyb72
reply to post by Eurisko2012
I like that idea too, but we would need to master anti-gravity first, plus you wouldn't be protected from cosmic radiation to the same degree.
Currently under construction in Dubai, Hydropolis will be the world's first luxury underwater hotel. It will include three elements: the land station, where guests will be welcomed, the connecting tunnel, which will transport people by train to the main area of the hotel, and the 220 suites within the submarine leisure complex. It is one of the largest contemporary construction projects in the world, covering an area of 260 hectares, about the size of London's Hyde Park. "Hydropolis is not a project; it's a passion," enthuses Joachim Hauser, the developer and designer of the hotel. His futuristic vision is about to take shape 20m below the surface of the Persian Gulf, just off the Jumeirah Beach coastline in Dubai.
I don't see why not-and they could be powered from wave energy maybe. You will soon be able to stay in underwater hotels: