Underwater Hotels and Suites with the Most Spectacular Views of the Ocean
Underwater hotels and suite are technological wonders to behold. There is no doubt that such hotel outfits are anything short of luxury. The technologies employed during the constructions of most underwater hotels have shown that they are specifically constructed for the adventures of the super rich.
Underwater hotels are built with the poor in mind. They are for the rich people. Not just the rich, they are for the super rich. However, though you might not afford the lodging fees involved in passing a night in these luxuries inclined under water hotels, it may interest you to get a glimpse of what some of these awesome beasts of human creativity might look like.
After going through this list of top underwater hotel facilities from locations around the world, you will appreciate riches. You will crave to be rich. Because, that would be the only way you can able to afford the money for a luxury suite right under the sea. If you have what it takes to enjoy these underwater hotels, do make it an agenda for your next holiday vacation.
Here, I present to you 10 wonderful underwater hotels and suites from locations around the world. They are magnificent and mind-blowing in appearance.
In fact, the power of technology and science were unleashed in making these underwater hotels physically real.
Now, explore them and make a decision to visit any of them in a life time. Doing so, before you die, you will have lived a fulfilled life on earth.
10 best underwater hotels and suites in the world.
Atlantis the Palm (Dubai, UAE)
The Underwater Hotels at the Atlantis the Palm in Dubai are luxury personified. The enormous floor-to-ceiling windows allowing a view of marine life from your bed are just the icing on the cake. Named Poseidon and Neptune after the gods of the sea, the sprawling suites also come with 24-hour butler service. And while the suites, which run $8,200 a night, aren’t under the sea, their views of the 65,000 marine animals of Ambassador Lagoon aquarium create the illusion. These underwater hotels are not for the faint-hearten. Make sure after coughing out such huge lodging fee that you would be able to cope with the views underwater.
Lovers Deep Submarine (Caribbean) – Hotel Under The Water
This is what I call family luxury accommodation submarine. Why settle for one room in other underwater hotels, when you can have your entire living quarters submerged? Why don’t you go on a vacation to this wonderful underwater hotel with your family?
Ever since 2014, a luxury villa rental agency called Oliver’s Travels has been offering tourists on vacations stays in this incredible submarine. A chef and personal butler are on staff to ensure 5-star service. From every indication, this is one of the few underwater hotels that is suitable for a young family on vacation. This underwater hotel facility will sure keep your romance alive. Moreover, oysters and caviar are part of a specially developed aphrodisiac tasting menu. However, the price tag is no joke at all. To enjoy this edifice, you must be prepared to pay from $215,000 a night.
Resorts World Sentosa (Singapore) – Hotel Under The Water
This is one of the wonders to come from Singapore. This great underwater hotel called Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore offers 11 Ocean Suites built as townhouses on two levels. Divided into land on the upper, living area and sea, in the underwater sleeping chambers, the suites offer the best of both worlds. Your assigned personal butler will cater to you as you take in the view of the world’s largest aquarium. Relating to the lodge fees of the other underwater hotels, a stay per night in the suites runs about $1,200.
Manta Resort (Zanzibar) -Hotel Under The Water
Located off Pemba Island on the Zanzibar archipelago, the Manta Resort is the personification of tropical luxury. This hotel cannot be entirely classified among the underwater hotels, but it holds features close to such category of hotels. It is a floating hotel. On-board this floating is a breathtaking view of the Indian Ocean and African coastline from above and a unique perspective on what lies below in its sunken bedrooms. With your camera, you can capture the befitting views that sure will make it a memory to behold. With each room placed about 13 feet below sea level, relaxing in the ocean has never been so easy. Rooms run from $1,500 per night.
Hilton’s Conrad Rangali Island Resort (Maldives) –A great One Among The Underwater Hotels
This underwater hotel is a wonder among the already wonderful category of underwater hotels. This great underwater villa was launched in late 2018, by the Rangali Island Resort . It was declared the “world’s first underwater villa.” The Muraka can sleep nine people and is filled with luxury touches to make your time in the Maldives even more special. Not only is that, lodging here per night money well-spent. The two-level structure has a lower level sunk 16 feet below sea level with a master suite, bathroom, and lounge. Up above, a gym, butler’s quarters, security quarters, second living room, kitchen, bar, and deck provide all the rest and relaxation your party will need for an unforgettable vacation.
Utter Inn (Vasteras, Sweden) – Hotel Under The Water
This is not among the list of underwater hotels, but it is located on water. The hotel is for people on low budget but want to sleep underwater during vacations. This quaint underwater cabin in Sweden might be the perfect solution for you if you do not have the money. If you aren’t super rich, but want to experience that the super rich enjoy in the other well established underwater hotels and suites hop into next flight to Sweden.
The Utter Inn was designed by a local artist and while it appears to be a typical Swedish house floating on water, it actually has a well furnished small bedroom sunk about 10 feet below the surface. With just $250, you are sure to enjoy you weekend here.
Jules’ Undersea Lodge (Key Largo, Florida) – Hotel Under The Water
Just like the above, this is another, slightly more budget-friendly option. It is named after Jules Verne. Located off the Florida coast near Puerto Rico, Jules’ Undersea Lodge is actually the world’s oldest underwater hotel. This former research center is perfect for intrepid travelers who won’t mind having to scuba dive 21 feet down into the main foyer. Here, you have expansive services. This is for couples and you can even order in a chef, who will scuba down to cook for you. A stay here for a night will cost from $675.
Bambu Indah Hotel (Bali, Indonesia) – Hotel Under The Water
Terrified by what I said about the super rich? Well… calm down. Here is a hotel where you got to lodge with no much amount of money. With just a few bucks, you can have a room to yourself here. While the Bambu Indah Hotel in Bali isn’t underwater, the view from its Udang House is so incredible, we had to include it. The glass floor gives spectacular views into the shrimp pond the house was built upon, meaning you could spend hours lounging and gazing at the marine activity while in bed. However, you have to be hardened to fall asleep, because, some aquatic animals might scare the day light out of you.
InterContinental Shimao Wonderland (Shanghai, China) – Hotel Under The Water
The InterContinental Shimao Wonderland, located close to the Shanghai, opened to the public for business in late 2018 after a decade of construction. Architects Atkins Design built the futuristic, luxury accommodations into the side of a quarry. The 370-room hotel includes two underwater levels holding a restaurant and guest rooms. There is an artificial waterfall on site and guests are encouraged to partake in water sports in the hotel’s large sports center.
Lover’s Deep Submarine, St. Lucia – Hotel Under The Water
Created by British travel company Oliver’s Travel, “Lovers Deep” is a bookable submarine for couples who want to spend a romantic night under the sea—complete with a double bedroom with ocean views and a spacious (at least for a submarine) two-person bathroom. Even more impressive: Guests get to choose exactly where their time on the submarine is spent. “Lovers Deep has the unique capability of being moored at a location chosen by the customer, whether that be a stunning coral reef off the coast of St. Lucia or a sunken battleship in the Red Sea,” according to the Oliver’s Travel website. The company will also change up the interior design based on each couple’s specifications. Needless to say, accommodations this original don’t come cheap. Price per night: From $230,000
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In conclusion, this list of underwater hotels follows no particular order. Here I included underwater hotels with extremely capital intensive lodging fees. In the same vein, though on the contrary, I included relatively cheap hotels for people on budget. However, the cheap hotels listed here cannot be called underwater, but they provide similar feels as there expensive counterpart.