The 'Spy 007' room floats on the sea with 360 degree views

If you are a "fan" of 007 agent James Bond, you can spend 517 USD to relax in the world's first floating beach hotel in France.

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Anthenea Hotel
Floating hotel will allow you to live in a room inspired by the James Bond movie. Dubbed the first floating eco hotel, Anthenea has a 360-degree view of the surrounding glass windows. The cost to stay here is 517 USD / night.
Anthenea Hotel
Solarium is located on the top of the building, with a bar and large umbrella with a capacity of up to 12 people.
Anthenea Hotel
French architect Jean-Michel Ducancelle took inspiration from the 1977 James Bond film to design the room. Do not use gasoline fuel, oil or water power, the hotel's power is taken from solar panels.
Anthenea Hotel
Part 10 The Spy Who Loved Me in the James Bond movie is the main inspiration for the design of this fancy room. Jean-Michel Ducancelle told The Hollywood Reporter that he saw the movie when he was a 15-year-old boy. The model for the hotel was taken from the villain's underwater hideout.
Anthenea Hotel
The story of the man who gave up everything to live in the sea appealed to the architect. At the end of the movie, where James Bond and Anya Amasova sit on a raised platform was segmenting that inspired an idea for the architect to design Anthenea.
Anthenea Hotel

Anthenea Hotel
The room is 50 m2, with windows on the floor for you to watch marine life from above. A lounge area and breakfast room are also designed inside, helping guests to eat without leaving the property.

The 'Spy 007' room floats on the sea with 360 degree views The 'Spy 007' room floats on the sea with 360 degree views Reviewed by Duy Khiêm on October 10, 2019 Rating: 5

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