In the Belgian zoo opened rooms with views of wild animalsPictolic
Now in the Belgian zoo, Pierre-Disa you can stay in a unique hotel room overlooking the aviaries and pools for walruses, polar bears, sea lions and tigers, wolves and bears.
Zoo and Botanical garden of Pierre-Daiza in Belgium, located in cambron-Custom, opened a unique hotel room. Right from your room, guests can observe the life of the inhabitants of the zoo — pools walruses, polar bears, penguins and sea lions, and the enclosures of tigers, wolves, bears.
On site at the zoo — detached houses and rooms of class "luxury". But the most unusual place — underwater apartment in the "Country of Cold" with a view of the pools of walruses and polar bears.
These rooms have huge panoramic Windows which offer stunning views. The cost of the two days and one night in such room is about 130 euros (10 600 rubles) per person.
The glass in these rooms is carefully treated and cleaned each week to provide a crystal clear view. The inhabitants of the zoo, while always very interested in the guests, and not even against a little "play" with them through the glass.
Zoo Pierre Daiza in Belgium was in 1994, contains 600 species of animals and birds, for a total of 5 thousand individuals.
The zoo is a member of the European Association and the world Association of zoos and aquariums. Through participation in these associations, the Park conducts a number of scientific programs for the conservation and reproduction of endangered species.