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  1. Thread: Moon Resorts Las Vegas

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    Canadian-based company Moon World Resorts Inc. has announced plans for a $5 billion, 5.5-million-square-foot hotel whose signature feature will be a replica of the moon standing at 735 feet tall and 650 feet wide.

    The replica will only be 1/75,000 the size of the moon, but that's large enough to accommodate 4,000 guest rooms and suites. Plans for Moon Resorts Las Vegas also include a 75,000-square-foot spa, 50,000-square-feet of food and beverage offerings, 75,000-square-feet of retail, and 150,00-square-feet of clubs and lounges.

    For entertainment, guests can look forward to a 2,500-seat theater, a planetarium, a 5,000-seat event center, a 10,000-seat arena, and, of course, a casino. Adding to the moon-theme will also be a nightclub that will be positioned directly under a "spaceship" and will beam lights down on guests, the Daily Mail reported.

    However, the main highlight of the property will be the "active lunar colony."

    The colony, which will be in the upper half of the sphere, will "precisely mimic those [lunar colonies] now under serious active planning by Nasa, ESA, and many others." And for $500, visitors can spend 90 minutes exploring the 10-acre space, using a "moon buggy" to pass over the craters.

    Even just accessing this main attraction will be an adventure, with guests riding a rollercoaster-like "moon shuttle" that circles the exterior of the hotel suites on its way up to the lunar colony.
    Moon Resorts Las Vegas will take about four years to build and is one of four lunar-themed properties planned to open around the world in 2026 or 2027. Beyond this Las Vegas property, others are planned for the Middle East, China, and Spain.

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    https://www.travelandleisure.com/hotels-resorts/moon-resorts-coming-to-las-vegas
  2. Thread: Moon Resorts Las Vegas

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    This $5-billion Moon-themed Resort Is Coming to Las Vegas.



    While the space tourism is in the nearest future plan but still way to go, let us land in the Moon in 2027. Stay overnight and entertain yourself in the heart of Las Vegas. Is quite literally out of this world.

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    https://www.travelandleisure.com/hotels-resorts/moon-resorts-coming-to-las-vegas
  3. Thread: Therme Manchester

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    New images of England's largest 28-acre glass-domed indoor waterpark released showing potential visitors what they can expect from Britain's biggest waterpark. Images of their Bucharest site give a sense of the scale of the development, and the dazzling array of water slides and facilities that families here can expect when Therme Manchester opens for the first time.









    ... the development is still on track for a 2023 opening, although building work remains at a preliminary stage on the site.
    Richard Land, Chief Development Officer of Therme Group UK, said:

    " Therme Group is based on a belief that wellbeing should be accessible for all.

    "The events of 2020 have shone a light on the necessity of this mission, especially for those in cities.

    "Therme Manchester will redefine city wellbeing, enhancing mental and physical health through an experience based in water and nature.

    It will offer a unique holiday at home, that acts as a catalyst for healthy lifestyles.”
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    https://www.inyourarea.co.uk/news/new-images-of-englands-largest-28-acre-glass-domed-indoor-waterpark-released/amp/
  4. Thread: Domino Tower Zanzibar

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    Pandemic made a great impact on the world's economy and people's life, but there is always a blessing in disguise. Since the initial plans to build the tower in Vietnam were erased by the pandemic, with this project as part of a plan Tanzania got a chance to revitalize growth over the next 30 years.

    ...the wow-worthy tower is also intended to trigger a turnaround of Zanzibar’s financial fates—helping revive tourism on the Tanzanian archipelago, which went from a high of nearly 540,000 visitors in 2019 to just 260,000 in 2020.
    The architect Jean-Paul Cassia is ready and feeling particularly motivated about his studio’s new spiral skyscraper project.

    “When fate gives you the opportunity to design a project like Domino twice, the approach is decidedly all about creating a destination that has the power to connect the planet, people and create prosperity in a way that elevates the human experience in a sustainable, responsible and universal way.”


    Linked by a high and low bridge structure, the development will span three distinct areas, each loaded with activities and amenities: hotels for up to 800 guests, 560 apartments, a golf course, a wedding chapel, and a marina where yachts and cruise ships can dock.
    “Any project that is made to attract tourism needs to capture the hearts and imagination of people,” said Olivier Lapidus, partner and interior design creative director at xCassia.
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    https://www.pmi.org/learning/publications/pm-network/projects-of-the-week/zanzibar-tower
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