Hotels in the underwater Kingdom.
Worldwide there are only a few hotels offering accommodation in unique rooms that literally allow you to sleep surrounded by fish. If you love to sing the song Yuri Antonov “Sea, sea…” or who once read a novel by Jules Verne “Twenty thousand leagues under the sea”, these underwater hotels, the perfect place to stay.
Plans for the creation of a new ambitious underwater resort seem to appear every few years. But really, underwater construction is not so easy because of environmental problems and financial obstacles. So where can you stay if you’ll want to call and book a room?
Don’t worry: there are several options ranging from simple and Spartan to expensive, luxury suites. Whatever you choose, your stay is sure to be unforgettable!
Atlantis the Palm (Dubai, UAE)
Underwater hotel rooms Atlantis the Palm Dubai is a luxurious experience! Huge Windows from floor to ceiling, allowing to observe marine life right from the bed is the icing on the cake.
Named “Poseidon” (Poseidon) and Neptun (Neptune) in honor of the gods of the sea, the suites are also provided with round the clock Butler service. Although the rooms themselves are worth $8.200 per night, located over water, about 65 thousands of marine life of Ambassador Lagoon aquarium, which can be seen from the Windows, create the illusion of being under water.
The submarine hotel, Lovers Deep Submarine (Caribbean Islands)
Why move into one room, if you can fully immerse yourself in your room? Starting in 2014, the Agency for renting luxury villas, Oliver’s Travels offers to stay at this incredible submarine.
The chef and staff will provide you with 5-star service. Ideal for couples wanting to maintain a loving relationship, oysters and caviar are part of a specially designed menu with aphrodisiacs. Cost? From $215.000 per night.
Resort Resorts World Sentosa (Singapore)
The resort complex Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore offers 11 “ocean suites” built in the form of duplex townhouses.
Divided into “land” at the top, where there is a residential area, and “sea,” underwater bedrooms, the rooms offer the best of both worlds.
A personal Butler will take care of you while you enjoy magnificent views of the world’s largest aquarium. Rooms will cost about $1.200 per night.
Resort Manta Resort (Zanzibar)
Located at the island of Pemba (Pemba Island) on the Zanzibar archipelago, the resort Manta Resort — the very definition of tropical luxury!
This floating hotel offers an amazing panorama of the Indian ocean and the African coastline from the upper deck and a unique view from the bedroom window, under water. In each room located at a depth of nearly 4 meters, rest in the ocean has never been so easy and enjoyable. Rooms can be rented at a price of $1.500 per night.
Resort Hilton’s Rangali Island Conrad Resort (Maldives)
For special occasions the resort Rangali Island Resort makes its underwater restaurant into underwater bedroom for two. Who wouldn’t want to boast that they slept in the world’s first underwater restaurant?
Hotel Utter Inn (Västerås, Sweden)
Want to sleep under water, but can’t afford to pay for this tidy sum? This whimsical underwater cabin in Sweden can be the perfect solution!
Hotel Utter Inn was designed by a local artist. And although he looks like a typical Swedish house that floats in water, it has a small bedroom, immersed to a depth of 3 meters. No frills and fuss, this is a great place to escape for the weekend for just $250 per night.
Jules’ Undersea Lodge (Key Largo, FL, USA)
Another relatively budget option aptly named in honor of Jules Verne. Located off the coast of Florida near Puerto Rico, the hotel Jules’ Undersea Lodge really is the world’s oldest underwater hotel.
This former research centre is perfect for intrepid travelers who are not averse to dive with scuba to a depth of 6.4 meters to get to the main foyer.
The cozy rooms inside the hotel are ideal for couples, and in addition, you can invite the chef, who will come down to you downstairs and make you something special. Stay at this hotel would cost $675 per night.
The Hotel Bambu Indah Hotel (Bali, Indonesia)
Although this hotel in Bali and is not underwater, the view from the Udang House is so incredible that I could not get into this list!
Using tempered glass with stunning view of the pond with shrimp, over which the hotel was built, and this means that you can relax for hours watching the sea life right from your bed.
Shimao Wonderland InterContinental (Shanghai, China)
The hotel complex InterContinental Shimao Wonderland, located near Shanghai, is not yet complete. But it’s close, so this hotel and are included in this list.
Architects from design Studio Atkins Design built a futuristic, luxurious hotel complex is directly in the quarry. The hotel has 370 rooms will include two underwater level with restaurant and rooms.
On its territory there is an artificial waterfall, and guests will be invited to take part in water sports. Hotel opening is scheduled for the end of this year. Rooms will cost from $200 per night.
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