A historic 134-year-old fort has been converted into a luxury hotel –in the middle of the ocean.
Orange.co.uk says developers spent three-million dollars converting Spitbank Fort into a luxury retreat. The fort sits just off the coast of England and was built to withstand a French assault. It has 15-foot thick granite walls and boasts nine rooms, a Crow's Nest bar, hot tub, sun deck, gaming table and a restaurant.
It costs around 600-dollars a night to stay there.