Are you getting bored searching through pages on the likes of Trip Advisor hunting for the most practical hotel to stay in during your holiday? Maybe you’re looking for something a little more exciting and impressive for a change of pace. Something you may not have considered is an underwater hotel… surely there can’t be many of those within your reach? In fact, you may be surprised just how many incredible choices there are. Take a look at a few of our favourite choices and see if you fancy visiting one of these for yourself.
1) Lovers Deep
Join “The Mile Low Club” with a romantic undersea voyage on Lovers Deep, the submarine/hotel hybrid that takes you from the location of your choice on an exciting journey beneath the sea. It may be a little pricey, but in terms of uniqueness there’s no beating this. St. Lucia is the most common starting point for this luxury undersea trip, and the company running it specialises in honeymoon packages.
Part of the Maldives’ high-end Niyama resort, the Subsix is a decadent and glamorous destination for sophisticated tourists who love a high-end party. Serving fancy cocktails at the impressive and futuristic bar below the Indian Ocean, this place offers one of the most fabulous undersea experiences in the world for its visitors.
3) Utter Inn Hotel
Certainly one of the lower cost options on our list, this Swedish hotel is accessed through a floating entrance on Lake Malaren, not too far from Stockholm. Guests go down below sea level to access the underwater bedrooms, furnished in typical minimalist Swedish style. This hotel was produced as an art project but now serves as a great budget-friendly underwater holiday destination.
4) Atlantis The Palm
This hotel is in Dubai, which is of course synonymous with luxury holiday experiences. It features a selection of underwater rooms with a direct view of the Persian Gulf’s aquatic inhabitants through its full-height but thankfully reinforced windows. You won’t be able to book this one on a cheap last minute deal, but for a romantic getaway under the sea you’ll struggle to find anything more impressive.