French architects are planning to build a "water wheel hotel" on the banks of the Seine, which resembles the London Eye but with “room capsules” that would rotate constantly.
The “wheel hotel” will turn constantly at a slow speed, powered by batteries charged by the current of the river and making one complete rotation every half hour.
The views from its 19 rooms will change as the 12ft cylindrical pods move.
It is made of wood and it will only take four days to assemble or dismantle it, so it could be transported by barge and re-erected elsewhere on the river.
The pods will be soundproofed and will have water mist fire prevention systems similar to those used in Eurostar trains.
A night in the wheel is to cost about 300 euros.