Dubai’s new luxury hotel, the Dollywood Resort, will open its doors on June 1.
The hotel, which will feature 360-degree views of the world’s most expensive city, will offer guests a view of Dubai from the beach.
“The resort is built on the principles of design and sustainability, which is what we are focused on,” said A.Q. Ahmed, the managing director of Dollywood, in a statement.
The resort’s new hotel will feature a 360-dome of sandals that can be worn under a wide range of styles.
“As a result, the resort will create a space for people to feel relaxed, and not only to escape the heat and humidity of the sun, but also for relaxation and to enjoy a truly special experience,” Ahmed added.
The Dubai government has promised that the resort, which was built on an 8 million-sq.-ft. site in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), will be a model of sustainability and will reduce its carbon footprint.
The Dollywood resort will feature an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna.
The main hotel, Dollywood Village, will feature the world famous Dollywood Beach, which sits on the shores of Dubai’s Red Sea.
The new hotel is expected to cost about $1 million, and the resort is expected set to open in 2020.