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Visit Moon Dubai, World’s First gigantic moon shaped luxury resort in Dubai

by Rishika Choudhury

Date & Time: Sep 13, 2022 10:00 AM

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Dubai is known for its luxury, and the city is about to get a massive moon-shaped resort. Moon World Resorts (MWR), a Canadian architectural firm, has proposed to build the resort in order to provide guests with affordable space tourism on the ground.

The ultra-luxurious hotel, which will be a replica of the lunar surface, is expected to be completed in 48 months and will stand 735 feet tall. "Moon Dubai," according to the architectural firm, will benefit the emirate's economy in areas such as hospitality, entertainment, attractions, education, technology, the environment, and space tourism.

Largest Modern tourism project to double annual tourism visitations to Dubai

"Moon Dubai will be the largest and most successful modern-day tourism project within the entire MENA region, doubling annual tourism visitations to Dubai based on its global appeal, brand awareness and unique multiple integrated offerings," Moon World Resorts' founders Sandra G Matthews and Michael R Henderson, said, adding it can "can comfortably accommodate 10 million annual visitors."

Guests at the opulent resort could enjoy a spa and wellness section, a nightclub, an event centre, a global meeting place, a lounge, and an in-house "moon shuttle." The hotel will also serve as a training facility for various space agencies and their astronauts.

According to the source, the Canadian architectural firm is also planning to incorporate "Sky Villas," which will be known as private residences on the moon. "Approximately 300 units will be available for purchase, with sky villa owners being members of an exclusive private members club at Moon," Mr Henderson said.

The Moon resort will cost a whopping $5 billion to build, with an estimated annual revenue of $1.8 billion. Currently, the company is acquiring licences and organising road shows to promote the Moon to potential customers. Following that, the company will embark on a one-year pre-development programme, followed by a four-year build-out programme.

MWR is also expected to licence four Moon destination resorts around the world, including one each in North America, Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, and Asia.

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