Vietnam opens world’s ‘first’ gold-plated hotel and it comes with gilded toilet bowls and bathtubs
If you’ve ever wanted to experience what it’s like to live like one of the richest people on earth, well, I’ve got news for you.
Vietnam has just opened the world’s “first” gold-plated hotel.
Calling itself Dolce by Wyndham Hanoi Golden Lake, the self-proclaimed gold-plated hotel recently opened its doors following the lockdown to show visitors what it’s like to live like the wealthiest people on earth.
According to AFP, coffee apparently comes in a gold cup while guests will be able to have their bath in a golden bathtub.
It cost US$200 million to build and it’s fitted with 24-carat gold plating across its lobbies.
It also comes with a gilded infinity pool, rooms which come with gold cups, cutleries, shower heads, and yes, even toilet seats.
Even meals served at the 25-storey hotel located in Hanoi apparently come mixed with a mysterious “gold substance”.
How much would it cost you to stay a night at the Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake, you ask? It’ll be US$250, thank you.— Source: Sukhbir Cheema / sea.mashable.com