Underwater Hotels

underwater hotels

underwater hotels

6. The Manta Resort-- Pemba Island, Zanzibar Now open: Africa’s first underwater hotel room. Okay, "hotel room" might be a slight understatement, as this place is more like a three-story private ...

The Utter Inn offers a single underwater room floating on Lake Mälaren near Stockholm. It may not be as OTT luxurious as some other hotels on this list, but the room's twin beds and end table are ...

For a truly unique and luxurious experience, stay at a hotel that features underwater rooms or even an underwater restaurant. Some of these hotels are located along the ocean and simply have a restaurant that allows you to dine under the water, while others even have underwater rooms.

5. Utter Inn Hotel, Vasteras, Sweden The Utter Inn was designed by local artist Mikael Genberg and is one of the cheapest underwater hotels out there, floating on Lake Malaren, near Stockholm. From £200 a night, this is more quirky ship’s cabin than luxury accommodation, but as an appealing twist on traditional Swedish living, it’s now a very fashionable place to spend the weekend.

Planet Ocean Underwater Hotels, LLC is based in Key West - America's Paradise. We have been working to build an affordable underwater luxury hotel - without compromising on safety. We have a very unique mission.

Atlantis Underwater Suite. The most intimate and romantic setting for your holiday look no further than our Underwater Suites; Poseidon and Neptune.

Kwanini The Mantra Resort is located just 800 feet off the coast of Zanzibar’s Pemba Island.Unlike the aforementioned underwater hotels, the Mantra Resort is a freestanding, floating, and ...

How much will it cost? The Poseidon Undersea Resort will be the only place where you can spend a night underwater on the sea floor with a spectacular view.

It marks Conrad Hotels & Resorts' second venture in underwater architecture and technology -- the first being the Ithaa undersea restaurant, which launched at the same resort 13 years ago and was ...

No one can predict the future of course, but looking into my crystal ball as I travel the world, I see a confusing few mash up trends that are my best bets on the coming future of travel in 2015...and beyond.

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