(From Metro) If the idea of waves gently rocking you to sleep sounds like an absolute dream, you’ll want to know about Huis Ten Bosch.
Huis Ten Bosch is a slightly strange Dutch theme park in Sasebo, Japan. It’s mostly run by robots, which is nice.
And now, the theme park fancies introducing magical floating hotel rooms, that let you sleep in the sea and transport you to a new island each night as you snooze.
Which sounds like an absolute delight.
The theme park spans across a 39,000 square metre uninhabited island, and the makers plan to build new adventure style attractions across the park – so overnight, visitors will be taken to a new adventure to experience.
The pods themselves are divided into two sections, with the top half serving as the bedroom and the bottom half as the bathroom, and look like pretty cosy little capsules to curl up in.
Plus there are large windows, so you won’t feel too claustrophobic while you’re bobbing along in the ocean.