Tuesday, January 17, 2012

360 Hours

I was just reading about a new hotel a few hours away from us, built in Hunan Province, China. Construction began in December of 2011, and it was completed just 360 hours (15 days) later. It isn't much to look at, but it does have many innovative energy saving features, and a price tag of just $17 million USD. I'm impressed, China!

Per CNN:
Named T30, the 17,000-square-meter hotel is due to open on January 18, and is expected to be a five-star establishment. The hotel will feature 316 standard rooms, 32 suites, eight ambassador suites and two presidential suites. Other facilities include a restaurant, bar, gym and swimming pool on the top floor, underground parking space for 73 vehicles and even a helicopter pad. The entire hotel costs a total of US$17 million to build.

(Video above, email subscribers please click through to the site to see the amazing time lapse video!)


  1. Maybe you can spend the night for you anniversary!

  2. Hi Heather,

    Thank for recommending Monte the RE agent to us, he found us a beautiful place in Macau peninsula.

  3. Kas, that is great! The bus system is very easy to navigate! Let me know when you arrive and we'll meet up!

  4. Would be a little leery about staying at a high rise hotel that was built in just over 2 weeks time.. hum.. something about Chinese quality I am very suspicious of.


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