The State of Qatar, one of the most prominent nations in the Middle-East is a land that is almost synonymous with luxury. The nation boasts the third-largest natural gas reserves in the world and is renowned for its high-income economy, as well as its high rate of human development. Its capital city of Doha boasts one of the most iconic skylines in the world, with many eccentric and eye-catching works of architecture to be seen. Due to its opulence, Doha luxury hotels are plentiful, with many to choose from such as the Banana Island Resort Doha by Anantara, with each of them showcasing experiences that are the stuff of dreams.
One of the newest of these experiences in recently is the brainchild of a company by the name of HamacLand and their concept is the realisation of a vision of ‘land meets sea, and sea meets sky’. The end product is the HamacLander, which comes in two distinct types. Each of these can be described by the company as a ‘personal island’ of sorts where families and friends can relax together. At first glance these incredible inventions seem like floating decks equipped with a number of hammocks, seating facilities, and a variety of customisable features.
All models can feature waterproof cushions, four hammocks made with Serge Ferrari fabrics. One of the most unique options is a waterproof bean bag that also floats. Since the company is fairly new, there are some upcoming facilities such as retractable sun-decks and teak tables.
The Nicelce model is the more feature-packed of the two, and can be further upgraded upon request with features such as solar panels and a water tank with a shower.
These are truly the latest innovation in the field of luxury and are super to be making appearances in the abodes of the most privileges as well as the most elite luxury hotels Qatar has to offer.
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