With an open-air cinema, pool tables, free food and an indoor beach scene, it could be mistaken for the ultimate celebrity hangout.
But this relaxation haven is actually the incredible offices of a Manchester-based firm which has spent £2.7million treating staff to what may well be the coolest workplace in Britain.
Online car hire firm Rentalcars.com has transformed its 38,000 square foot office into a modern-day fun house, turning boring meeting rooms into games meccas, indoor parks and mini-cinemas.
The office, situated just off Piccadilly Gardens in Manchester city centre, also boasts a rooftop beach – complete with its very own colourful beach huts – and more than 90 flat screen televisions.
In addition, there's the indoor 'Park' area - a tranquil setting for teams to get together which comes complete with artificial grass and mock entrance gates.
The rooftop beach, which offers fantastic panoramic views over the city, features tables and chairs for staff to enjoy their lunch and even boasts seaside parasols and pebbles.
More than 90 large flat screen televisions are also dotted around the office and a purpose-built bike store for those who commute can be found on the ground floor.
More than 350 members of staff have relocated to the Fountain Street office from Sunlight House on Quay Street, which will undergo a major refurbishment later this year.
The company, which is responsible for more than five million car rentals every year and is currently celebrating its 10th Birthday, claims the new, swanky office space reflects the brand's 'ethos'.
Ian Brown, CEO, said: 'At Rentalcars.com we're proud to be 'anything but ordinary' and we wanted a new office space that would really reflect this ethos and the diversity of our team.
'That's why we invested so much time and money in creating an office space like no other in Manchester.
'Since Rentalcars.com was founded ten years ago, we've gone from strength to strength.
'With more than 1,000 colleagues currently employed in Manchester, our old office just didn't have the capacity to sustain our rate of growth.
'Even though we've moved 350 colleagues from Sunlight House, we're expecting to fill that space up again very quickly.
'We're delighted with what we've achieved with the building. The reaction from all of our colleagues and visitors so far has been fantastic.'
The office design and project management was carried out by OBI Property.