Top 10 Most Exotic Underwater Hotels In The World
Most hotels fly into the sky, but underwater hotels explore depths that most people usually do not see. The views are unparalleled, and a night in an underwater hotel is not likely to be the one you will soon forget.
If you are looking for something cool and unique for your next prestige getaway, you might want to try sleeping with the fish – not in the sense of the movie “The Godfather”, of course. Discover now one of these top ten hotels underwater.
Lovers Deep (Saint Lucia)
The descent into an ordinary submarine may not look like your idea of a good vacation, but again, Lovers Deep is not an ordinary submarine. It’s an upscale submarine, with luxurious furnishings and a three person crew: a captain, a butler and a chef who will prepare you,to you and your guests, a romantic meal complete with champagne. The panoramic windows offer an incomparable view of the surrounding reefs, it is the ultimate romantic secluded stay. This is not for the thrifty, however, as a night at Lovers Deep costs £ 175,000, or nearly $ 250,000.
Jules’ Undersea Lodge (Key Largo, Florida)
Named after Jules Verne, author of Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea, Jules’ Undersea Lodge in the Florida Keys is the oldest underwater hotel in the world. It was a research center, so even though the romance factor may not be as high as in other places on our list,a night at the lodge is truly a memorable experience. If you want to spend the night here it’s only $ 800 per couple, but there is a trap: you must be a certified diver, because that’s how you get off at the lodge.
The Manta Resort (Pemba Island, Zanzibar)
Located in the clear tropical waters off the coast of Africa, Manta Resort is an all-inclusive, half-submerged accommodation with underwater and above-water views. The rooms are with fish, but guests have a roof overhead to enjoy the sun, watch the waves, and admire the stars. Want you swim? Just jump in. A night at Manta starts from $ 1500
Crescent Hydropolis (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
The first of Dubai’s three underwater hotels on our list, the Crescent Hydropolis is sure to be huge, with more than 200 suites. Yes, it is still under construction,but the promise and potential of this impressive structure has earned it a place among our top ten underwater hotels. Great care has been taken in the architectural design of the space so that it looks like a natural extension of the environment rather than an imposing structure on the water.
An abundance of windows gives guests a virtually unobstructed view of sea life that swims just above, and the furnishings are subtle yet charming. Although the official opening date of Crescent Hydropolis has not been announced yet, we know it will be a destination to visit.
Atlantis The Palm (Dubai,United Arab Emirates)
Another amazing place underwater in Dubai, the big attraction of Atlantis The Palm’s suites is their giant window in every room. You can relax on your comfortable bed with a cup of coffee (or a glass of something stronger) and, instead of watching TV,
look like the creatures of the ocean are swimming. Rooms cost a whopping £ 5500, or $ 7800, per night, but the views are, of course, priceless.
Apeiron Island Hotel (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
The last place in Dubai on our list is the Apeiron Island Hotel, another destination still in the design phase but which is very promising. The architectural renderings of the building are reminiscent of a giant arum gushing out of the sparkling blue sea.
While many of the hotel’s rooms will be above the surface, underwater accommodations (including a spa and a restaurant) will be at your disposal. And did we mention it’s about to be a seven-star hotel? It sounds like a dream place if we have never heard of one.
Conrad Maldives Mongali Island (Maldives)
Just north of the equator in the Indian Ocean are the atolls of the Maldives. The water is warm and clear, making it a perfect spot for an underwater restaurant. Yes the restaurant – you can not spend the night underwater at the island of Conrad Maldives Mongali (although you can sleep in a room above the surface), but we would have overlooked our list if we do not not to mention.
This seven-table restaurant sits in a 16-foot tunnel under the sea level and offers a fixed-price dinner for around $ 300. You can dine and watch the world of the ocean move around you.
Per Aquum Huvafen Fushi (Maldives)
Per Aquum Huvafen Fushi is also in the Maldives, and while it may be fun to say, it’s even more fun to spend the night in this haven of the island. The rooms themselves are actually bungalows and lodges, some have private pools,and they are all on the water rather than below. However, an upscale spa and wine bar are located below the depths.
Utter Inn Hotel (Vasteras, Sweden)
Scandinavia may not be the first region that comes to mind when you think of underwater hotels,
but the hotel Utter Inn in Sweden has attracted guests from all over Europe. It’s spartan, that’s for sure: it looks like a little red barn floating on the surface, and the little room with two bunk beds under the surface looks more like a car lying on a train than a hotel suite. luxury. However, the window below . Marine offers a glimpse of the lake below, and there is a small terrace to relax and watch the boats go by.
The Poseidon Submarine Complex (Fiji)
Currently under construction and taking names on the waiting list for reservations, Poseidon Underwater Resort Fiji will be a mile long when it will be finished, with 22 rooms and all the amenities of an upscale hotel.
The bubble-like windows provide a view of the seabed and all the creatures that live there.