You'll soon be able to stay in an underground hotel built inside a giant quarry, where some rooms are underwater

AtkinsAfter 10 years of construction, the InterContinental Shanghai Wonderland is about to open.

A new hotel opening in Shanghai won’t be known for offering city views.

Built into a quarry at the base of Tianmen Mountain, the InterContinental Shanghai Wonderland will be opening its doors later this month after 10 years of construction.

Initially meant to open in October, the hotel is now set to open on December 1. According to the hotel’s website, rooms will become available for booking on November 20.

Screen Shot 2018 11 05 at 3.40.01 PMAtkinsThe hotel is built near the base of Tianmen Mountain.

Sixteen of the hotel’s 18 floors are underground, and the rooms on the bottom two floors are completely submerged and face a 33-foot-deep aquarium. The underwater portion of the hotel also includes a restaurant, pool, and watersports center, according to CNN.

The property also boasts its own waterfall, which is adjacent to the hotel. Most of the hotel’s rooms face the waterfall along with scenic cliffs and hills because of its proximity to Tianmen Mountain National Park.

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The hotel will make use of the quarry’s space by offering bungee jumping and rock climbing.

British architecture firm Atkins led the design for the hotel and was joined by JADE+QA, an architecture and design firm led by former Atkins employeeMartin Jochman.

Rooms will be available for booking on November 20 on InterContinental’s website, and start from approximately $US487 a night.

Screen Shot 2018 11 05 at 10.06.28 AMInterContinental Hotels & ResortsRooms at the hotel willbecome available for booking on November 20, according to the hotel’s website.

A representative for InterContinental Hotels & Resorts did not immediately reply to INSIDER’s request for comment.

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