Sea Fort Hotel
A sea fort hotel may seem like something to come out of a child's imagination. However, a Victorian Sea Fort has been transformed into a unique, luxury hotel, "it is one of the UK’s most unusual hotels" The Telegraph. British Ceramic Tile HD Chameleon Emerald tiles feature in their renovated, opulent bathrooms.
This article was originally from The Mail online.
If you ever wanted to push the boat out (literally) and stay at one of the most unusual hotels on the ocean, look no further than No Man's Land Fort, a Victorian sea fort in the middle of the Solent, which is set to open this month. The spectacular isolated fort, one of three guarding the entrance to the Solent, just off the coast of the Isle of Wight, has been turned into a luxury impregnable haven complete with a rooftop hot tub, shops and even its own nightclub, thanks to a multi-million pound revamp.
The unique hotel looks like it could be a fortress of a James Bond villain and can sleep 44 guests with a capacity of 200 for parties and events. A spokesman for AmaZing Venues said: 'No Man's Fort is an inspiring private island that offers an unrivaled experience. It is three times the size of Spitbank Fort and boasts its own lighthouse with spectacular views across the Solent. You'd think being located a mile offshore is unique enough, but we've crammed every possible space with unusual things to see and experience.'
"It’s a unique venue that’s sure to fire people with enthusiasm and leave them with unforgettable memories." No Mans Fort
No Mans Fort, Mail Online