It has all: Sun, Sand, Sea minus Beach. If you are willing to compromise on the presence of beach then located on Weymouth beach in Dorset, UK, here stands the world�s largest and only sand castle hotel made wholly of sand. And it is also missing on clandestine or any shower or toilet services and hence leaving you with the only option to sit with legs crossed. A team of six was engaged for continuous eight days (12-14 hours/day or 600 hours total) to erect the 50 foot square by 13 foot high sand hotel. Featuring sand pillow, sand bed and other sandy interiors, the structure is formed using 1,000 tons of Weymouth beach sand and water from the sea.
The under sky family room offers scenic beauty and features a double and single bed constructed using sand and costing a petty $21 (�10) for a night stay under starry skies. The structure is a creation by sculptor Mark Anderson who was bespoken by the site LateRooms.com, designed to offer an appeal similar to that of a giant sand castle.
I would suggest you to reserve yourself a room a tough tide or rain washes it off. It can be done by calling �LateRooms� sand hotel booking hotline, citing �Under the Stars� on 020 7841 6682.
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Via BBC/ LifeInaFastLane/ ItsGreenDesign