Victorian-era sea fort used to be No Man’s Land Fort off the coast of Southern England in the Solent Strait, has been completely transformed into one-of-a-kind luxury hotel. AmaZing Venues was in charge for the refurbishment so the luxury hotel boasts 23 insane rooms, sleeping up to 44 guests. A “LaZer Battle Arena,” sea mini golf, hot tubs, fire pits, spa facilities, a cabaret-style bar, shops, and restaurants are some of the hotel’s amenities. Located right in the middle of the sea means it has a spectacular 360 degree view of the surrounding water and islands.
Prices range from $672 USD a month on up to $1,000 USD per night for the Superior Suite.
No Man’s Land Fort was built between 1867 and 1880 in means of defense from a suspected French invasion. The fort is roughly two hours from London and can now be accessed by boat or helicopter.