What appears to be a gigantic neon donut towers over the landscape in Huzhou, China. It's called the Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort, and its features and facilities are even more impressive than its architecture.
Chief among them is an underwater bridge that connects the two towers together. Guests stay in the most opulent surroundings but it's the views of Lake Taihu, China's third-largest freshwater lake, which steal the show by day.
The lobby is bathed in a glow from 20,000 Swarovski and European natural crystal lamps arranged in a wave-like formation across the ceiling, while the floor is made from Afghan White Jade and Tiger's Eye Stone shipped in from Brazil.
By night, the entire building is lit up like a Christmas tree, putting on spectacular illuminations that can be seen across the city.