Orsos Island is a man-made getaway worth $4.7 million

If your idea of the ultimate getaway is something that you’ve never seen before, the latest pad by Austrian-based firm Orsos Islands might qualify for the title. The 121ft by 65ft man-made pad can accommodate up to 12 people in six double rooms and 4 staff members. The uppermost region of the Island, the sun deck, is spanned by a large open area with a sunroof, a large Jacuzzi, sunbeds, and a separate seating area for entertainment and relaxation. It also features a covered barbecue area, complete with a bar and plenty of seating for residents, while the lowest level located below the waterline features a spacious event and entertainment venue. The main deck features a stunning, vibrant aquarium and is outfitted with a kitchenette, bar, and restaurant.

Orsos Island has an autonomous and eco-friendly power supply-based energy system that utilizes wind energy, solar energy, and heat recovery from seawater as the source of energy. The Island can also be used to establish a residential park by connecting several Islands through a fixed or floating dock system, which in turn can be connected to the mainland.
The pad that offers yacht-like luxury elements, comes for a staggering £3 million ($4.7million).
[Thesun and Orsosisland]