There is one place in the world that has the U.S. beat. That would be the oil-rich United Arab Emirates in the Persian Gulf. Pictured above (click to enlarge) is a satellite photo of the port city of Dubai in the UAE, which among other extravagances features an indoor ski resort (with another on the way) and an underwater hotel (under construction). You'll also notice the many artificial islands being created offshore, including the man-made archipelago known as The World, for the world-map shape in which it is formed.
It's interesting to consider that, given futue sea level projections, this could be the shortest-lived real estate in the history of mankind.