Yellow Submarine Hotel Pays Homage To The Beatles
A British businessman is developing floating hotels inspired by pop culture.
The recently opened ‘Yellow Submarine Hotel’ is a narrowboat painted to look exactly like the cover art of the Beatles’ eponymous record. The boat was purchased by businessman Alfie Bubbles and outfitted to honor one of the Beatles’ most memorable songs. Inside, there are 3 rooms to rent, all of which are equipped with 3D TVs and wi-fi, and plenty of 60’s-inspired furniture.
The floating hotel draws inspiration from a song to create a reality for fans. According to The Daily Mail, the rates of the rooms range between £149 and £350. They also mention that Mr. Bubbles will be developing more floating hotels themed after Pirates of the Caribbean and Titanic.
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