Oasis Eco Resort by Baharash Architecture

Apr 4, 2016

Category: Living

When a Hollywood movie puts their main character anywhere near a desert, they almost inevitably end up crawling around looking for relief in the form of water, shade, or if they are lucky – both. While it is a bit cliche, it’s hard to deny that an oasis in the middle of a desert is anything short of paradise, especially considering the stark surroundings. Baharash Architecture’s Oasis Eco Resort fully capitalizes on this fact.

Located in the deserts of the United Arab Emirates, this mind blowing resort offers all the creature comforts of living at home. In the low profile suites tucked under a large solar panel covered overhang, you’ll be able to drink and eat at a high class restaurant, exercise, conduct work remotely or in teams, and visit the spa. All 84 suites offer up waterfront views for guests,while a world class restaurant and bar ensure you’ll never be without a good meal and cocktail. Lined with 157,000 square feet of solar panels, this futuristic resort plans on opening its doors in 2020. Better start saving now.

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