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Europe’s first man-made island and "space hotel" is to include "the world's first zero-gravity spa"
Tourists can experience "weightlessness" in a vertical wind tunnel
The artificial island would feature a 984 ft (300 m) high Space Hotel which promises to include "the world's first zero-gravity spa"
Barcelona Island's luxurious penthouse
The hotel will feature 2,000 suites, equipped with transparent glass displays, supposedly providing guests with "views" of different galaxies across the universe
Visitors would be able to reach the futuristic tourist attraction via a pedestrian walkway stretching across the sea from the mainland
The island designs features a marina and shopping plaza
Barcelona Island sketches by architect Erik Morvan
Europe’s first man-made island and "space hotel" by US based company Mobilona
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