This $1 Billion Shelter Is Where You Should Be During The Apocalypse (Photos)

It never hurts to be prepared for the unexpected -- like say, an all-out zombie apocalypse.

But when it comes to creating the ultimate doomsday bunker, no one does it better than Robert Vicino.

The California-based entrepreneur recently unveiled his new underground disaster escape in Rothenstein, Germany.

This bunker, nicknamed the Vivos Europa One shelter, takes riding out an apocalypse to a whole new level of luxury.

Yep, that's right. Vicino just built an opulent, world-class survival bunker that caters toward millionaires.

The invitation-only compound is designed to protect its elite inhabitants from all sorts of disasters that range from nuclear blasts and chemical attacks to natural disasters, such as earthquakes and tsunamis.

Plus, the five-star doomsday shelter features everything you would expect from the "ultimate doomsday escape," including swimming pools, gyms, theaters, helicopter services, restaurants and gorgeous custom apartments.

Because let's face it, no one wants to give up a fabulous lifestyle all because a bunch of selfish zombies decided to rise from the dead and take over the world.

While the cost to live in one of these badass bomb shelters is still unknown, the property has been valued around $1.1 billion. So you can be sure locking down one of these bad boys won't come cheap.

But hey, I guess that's the price of surviving in style.

If you're looking for a luxurious way to survive an apocalypse, look no further.

Robert Vicino unveiled the Vivos Europa One shelter, a $1.1 billion bomb shelter in Rothenstein, Germany.

This invitation-only escape has everything that a millionaire would need to survive a doomsday event, including an above ground space...

...and a 227,904-square-foot underground space.

It is equipped to withstand nuclear blasts and natural disasters...

...and has everything you need to seal yourself off from the rest of the world, including self-contained water, power, climate, ventilation, air filtration and communication systems.

The underground complex features a variety of luxurious common area amenities such as swimming pools, gyms...

...restaurants, bakeries, wine cellars, classrooms, a hospital and even its own television station.

Not to mention, the complex will also provide inhabitants with a private 2,500-square-foot apartment that features stylish contemporary design...

...and can be customized to any millionaire's specifications... include everything from luxury bathrooms to a personal pool to a theater room.

Plus, each underground apartment will have its own highly guarded entrance to ensure maximum security of the premise.

But that's not all. Vivos Europa One will also have an area dedicated to preserving a variety of zoological species and coveted artifacts in the event of a major disaster.

According to Vicino, "We are proud to bring this epic project forward in these increasingly dangerous times."

Citations: The Ultimate Doomsday Escape California Entrepreneur Builds $1 Billion Bunker For Millionaires In German Town In Event Of Apocalypse (Daily Mail)