This new set of towers in Dubai will have its own indoor rainforest

Dubai rosemont towersCourtesy of ZAS Architects DubaiThe Rosemont Hotel & Residences in Dubai will have some next-level amenities.

Dubai, the land of towering skyscrapers, is getting yet another set of buildings.

The Rosemont Hotel & Residences is a massive, double-tower complex that’s currently being constructed under the direction of ZAS Architects Dubai.

Part of a the new Rosemont global hotel brand, the $A714 million project will consist of two towers rising over 50 stories each, adding up to over 2 million square feet on a 140,000-square-foot site.

One tower will be a hotel, and the other will be serviced apartments, all slated to open this year. In case you weren’t certain you were living in a Jetsons alternate reality, robotic room service and luggage handling should clue you in.

The world’s first indoor rainforest is another perk.

Take a look at what the next big thing in luxury real estate will look like.

The 75,000-square-foot outdoor rainforest will have a café, stream, and space for 'adventure play', according to information provided by ZAS Architects Dubai.

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The lot -- in the upscale Al Thanyah neighbourhood, near Ski Dubai and the Mall of the Emirates -- was previously vacant.

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To make sure the rainforest functions, despite being located in a building in one of the most arid desert climates in the world, water will be collected and stored from condensation. The rainforest area will present a 'unique all weather atmosphere' with shade and mist sprays from trees, and there will even be 'activity trails' to explore the rooftop rainforest.

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Every room in the two towers has been designed to have a view of the gulf.

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The hotel section will be managed by the Curio Collection by Hilton. Pricing information is not yet available, but the nearby five-star Burj Al Arab goes for upwards of $1,600 a night.

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The infinity pool will be glass-bottomed, cantilevered, and lit from below -- which should make your daily laps quite an experience. Those with a fear of heights need not apply.

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