Pamela Anderson's green hotel
Pamela Anderson is building an eco-friendly hotel in Abu Dhabi.
The former 'Baywatch' actress - who is a campaigner for People For The Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) - was so impressed with the city when she visited on a charity trip with the Make A Wish Foundation she has decided to set up a business there.
She said: "I'm building a hotel there. It is environmentally friendly. I went there with the Make a Wish Foundation and met some great people. The royal family were really friendly."
In keeping with the eco ideology of the project, Pammie will only be using eco-friendly materials to build the hotel.
She added: "It's going to be built with no fossil fuel at all in Abu Dhabi where they have all that oil."
Pammie, 41, isn't the only celebrity to branch into the hotel business.
Clint Eastwood owns the Mission Ranch in Carmel, California, which he rents out.
In 2005, Leonardo DiCaprio bought Belize island Blackadore Caye, and is planning to turn it into an entirely green resort.