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Floating hotel system to appear in Moscow
18.07.2011 11:52
Floating hotel system  to appear in Moscow

New type of hotels will be discovered very soon in the capital of Russia. Floating hotels are planned to be built on the basis of old barges and ships.


      

Hotels will be located along the embankments of the city, and linked up with all the necessary means of communication. At the present time fifty hotels are meant in the plan of construction, first of which will appear this year.


      

Each hotel presents five-six cottages situated apart from each other ( each cottage occupies thirty-fourty square metres),attended with the one service center. Bedroom, sitting-room, kitchen, bathroom will be found in every house. Also architects will attach moorings to the floating dwellings ( four ships for one room).


      

This innovation is going to affect not only Moscow, but practically all russian cities located beside the water.More than one hundred hotels will have been built at lakes and rivers of Russia by the year 2015.


      

source:


      

 realty.lenta.ru


Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russia Moscow hotels residence  

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