Apartment with glass floors above the ruins of Roman baths in Merida

<1><2><3> <4> <5> The possibility of spending the night in a comfortable apartment next to ancient archaeological sites is sure to stir the imagination. The creation of the CM dreams apartment in Merida has been going on for 2 years and is nearing completion. Joaquin Cortez, the project manager, says that a construction company once received an offer to buy an open space that housed the ruins of Roman baths. <6><7> These very Roman baths are the first documented baths of the city of Merida, built between the 2nd and 5th centuries AD. Therefore, it was decided to pay tribute to history and turn this space into an unusual tourism project. A total of 4 living spaces have been created, each of which can accommodate 4 people. 3 out of 4 apartments (Proserpina, Minerva and Ceres) offer the opportunity to be located overlooking the Roman past of the Spanish city, as the glass floor allows you to see the ruins of the ancient baths located directly below the apartments. The Minerva apartments also have access to the ruins of a well, while Ceres has access to the courtyard, where the remains of pools from the Roman era have been preserved. <8><9> The city especially appreciates modern projects that help restore, preserve and preserve archaeological heritage sites. To engage in such projects, you need to obtain a special permit from the city consortium. CM dreams immediately received this approval. According to Joaquin Cortez, they undertake to monitor the safety of the archaeological sites. For this, the space where the unusual apartments are located will be visited by experts who undertake to carry out special cleaning. <10> <11> The cost of a night in the apartment: Proserpina – 120 euros / night, Ceres and Minerva – 90 euros / night, Diana (no floor with a view of the ruins) – 79 euros / night. <12> <13> <14>