Four Seasons Barrier Reef Resort

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Date: 28 Oct 2020 [unknown]
Location: Queensland, Australiamap
Surnames/tags: Great_Barrier_Reef Australia Queensland
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Four Seasons Barrier Reef Resort

The Four Seasons Great Barrier Reef Resort was a floating seven-story mega structure with 200 rooms, Nightclubs, Bars, Restaurants, Swimming Pool, Tennis Court, Library, Helipad, and a 50 seat Underwater Observatory, built at Singapore and floated to the Great Barrier Reef in 1988.

It was first suggested by Doug Tarca and built by a consortium in 1987 at a cost of $40 Million Dollars.

The Resort was damaged by Cyclone Charlie in 1988, before it had even opened.

When it first opened in 1988, it promised "Paradise at Sea".

Reef Link

Yellow Submarine

The Resort went into receivership in 1989, was purchased by a Chinese consortium, and floated to Vietnam. It was renamed the Saigon Floating Hotel. The Hotel was again sold in 1998 to Hyundai Asan, renamed Hotel Haegumgang and is now docked at South Korea.

Kim Jung-un ordered that the Hotel be demolished in 2019. This has yet to happen.

Utube Documentary 2020


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