China's newest hotel? A 'glowing doughnut'

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China's newest hotel? A 'glowing doughnut'

China recently opened the world's largest building, the New Century Global Centre in Chengdu (capable of fitting 20 Sydney Opera Houses inside).

And now it's opened a brand new hotel - shaped like a giant doughnut.

The Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort is a 27-storey building located in Huzhou near Shanghai.

China's newest hotel? A 'glowing doughnut'

It gives the appearance of a glowing doughnut, or a horseshoe depending on your preference, and is connected by two underground floors.

According to its website, the hotel boasts 321 spacious guest rooms, including 44 suites and 39 villas, all with private balconies.

Would you stay here? Or perhaps you'd rather one of these even weirder hotels, below:

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