The BlowUpHall 5050 Hotel: Luxury Accommodation that Truly Blows the Mind

Hotels just got a little more hi-tech!

Welcome to BlowUpHall; an art hotel located in the old Polish city of Poznań. This pioneering luxury lodging is named after Michelangelo Antonioni’s cult film classic, “Blow Up.”

At Blow Up Hall 5050, there is no reception area or hotel room numbers. Guests don’t select a suite, but rather pick a card which designates avant-garde rooms that are tailored by theme. Rooms range from zebra-striped suites to simplistic white-washed walls, and keys are replaced by iPhones which utilize IT technology to source out and unlock individual suites.

Room service is ordered by using the suite’s touchscreen televisions, but the clincher of this radical accodomation has to be the 24-7 CCTV surveillance cameras that film the entire stay of each guest. While seemingly invasive, the Blow Up Hall 5050 hotel assures modesty and discretion is utilized at all filming times, and for no benefit other than creating a “Big Brother” effect.

A bevy of recreational entertainment is available, ranging from spa/steam rooms to local shopping at the nearby city centre. A seven-minute walk to Poland’s Old Market Square transports tourists back in time with 16th century architecture, shops and historical landmarks.

For all those seeking an unconventional stay, Blow Up Hall 5050 is truly an innovative lodging experience; combining sleek, modern motifs against a Renaissance backdrop.


The Poseidon Undersea Resort Makes a Splash in Aquatic Luxury

This seafloor hotel puts a whole new perspective to the term, “sleeping with the fishes.”

Welcome to the Poseidon Undersea Resort, a getaway of submersible leisure. Situated 40 ft below Fiji’s cerulean crystal waters, this underwater attraction is making waves as the pioneer of aquatic accommodations. Accessible by elevator, the 5,000 acre lagoon complex will boast 25 guest suites, dining quarters, lounge/bar facilities, a fitness center and a venue that couples as a movie theatre and wedding chapel!

L. Bruce Jones, the president of US Submarines, Inc., is the brains fueling this seabed conception. According to their website mission statement, the Poseidon hotel aims to serve as the pinnacle of elite, incomparable luxury by “providing all the comforts, conveniences and opportunities only a world-class resort can offer.”

For the affluent guests who prefer a sun-soaked experience, there will be an above-water purlieu that features 51 luxury suites, 24 beachside bungalows, an assortment of restaurants/cocktail lounges and a premiere boutique. At a $15,000 per week price tag, visitors can indulge in an eclectic range of spa treatments, shopping and cinematic entertainment.

Each unit is to be built with clear, acrylic casings to offer spectacular views of coral beds and aquatic life. Feeling frisky in your underwater suite? All rooms will be equipped with interior window films to ensure privacy.

To quench any safety concerns, the resort’s website assures complete structural security. Maintenance procedures will be routinely employed, and each unit will be equipped with a safety dome hatch for emergency rescue.

While design and engineering layouts have been completed, further capital is required to initiate construction. The lavish resort is expected to debut within the next two years, but prospective visitors can visit the official website to reserve their very own suite under the sea.


The 5 Most Expensive Cars in the World

You want power, you want grace, you want style, you want speed, and you’re willing to pay for it. You may already have a classic car collection, but now you want sleek, new, and fast. Start dreaming and planning – here are the top five most expensive sports cars in the world, ranked by price – and one extra just for fun.

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Named as the most powerful and fastest street-legal production car in the world, the Bugatti Veyron can reach speeds of 253 mph. Built by Volkswagen, it was named after Pierre Veyron, the driver who won Le Mans in 1939. You can have this beauty with 16 cylinders that give you 1,001 horsepower and 0-60 in 2.5 seconds for the bargain price of $1.7 million. Of course, that’s just the base model. If you want the Super Sports edition, be ready to shell out $2.4 million.

The exotic and dreamy Italian-made Pagani Zonda Clinque Roadster’s price tag is $1.85 million, which is worth it when you’re going from 0-60 in 3.4 seconds and reaching a top speed of 217 mph. Check out the super-neat spoiler in the back. Plus, the car is made of carbon fiber weaved with titanium threads, and its engine is a hand-built V12.

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Lower, sleeker, and minus a spoiler is the Lamborghini Reventon. Zooming from 0-60 in 3.4 seconds, you actually gain a second, but you lose a bit of speed, as her top clock is 211 mph. There are only 20 available at a time, and you can get this little number for $1.6 million.

In the same price range is the Koenigsegg Agera R, speeding you up a bit with 0-60 in 2.9 seconds and reaching 260 mph. Unfortunately, the speed is electronically capped at 235 mph…but if you say please and fill out all the paperwork, the company will unlock that cap – for one occasion.

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Even though she’s 15 years old, the McLaren F1 is the fastest car ever built, reaching top speeds of 240 mph. She still looks like a winner and outperforms even the new kids. With 0-60 in 3.2 seconds, she was a wonder of her time and still is. Check out her cool DeLorean-like doors.

Finally, just for fun – are you looking for something under a million? Try the Ferrari Enzo. The base model sells for a screaming $670,000 (what a deal!). With a top speed of 217 mph and 0-60 in 3.65 seconds, the Enzo has become the most popular supercar ever built. Originally, only 399 were produced, so the auction price has exceeded the $1 million mark – but still, she’s worth it! With cars worth this much, you are going to need to buy auto insurance to make sure you investment is covered.


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