6 Most Famous Underwater Hotels in the World (with Photos)

There is one inconvenience in underwater hotels: it is completely impossible to eat seafood in a restaurant in front of fish. Otherwise, these are solid pluses, luxury and chic. Especially for exotic lovers, we have selected six of the most famous underwater hotels in the world.

1. Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, Maldives

This hotel can be called underwater very conditionally: only the part of it where the restaurant is located underwater. It is a small chamber measuring 45 m² at a depth of approximately 7 m, inside a coral reef. The restaurant is small - only 7 tables, and you can get here only by prior reservation, and it is possible that you will have to wait for your turn for several weeks or even months. But it's worth it: from the window you can see stingrays, flocks of colorful fish, and if you're lucky, a moray eel will briefly look out of the grotto.

Despite the fact that most of the hotel's rooms are located above the water, you can also spend the night at depth - there is a double box, which is very popular among newlyweds.
Cost of living: from 1500 USD per day for two.

underwater hotel Conrad Maldives Rangali Island
Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, Underwater Hotel

2. The Manta Resort, Tanzania, Pemba Island

The Manta Resort is located on the island of Pemba, near Zanzibar. The hotel itself is on land, but one room drifts in the waters of the Indian Ocean, 300 meters from the coast. This floating suite is located on 3 floors: the first deck with bathroom and living room is located at sea level, above the terrace where you can sunbathe, and 4 meters deep is the underwater part of this suite: a bedroom with panoramic windows and 360 ° views.

Cost of living: from 1500 USD per day for two.

6 Most Famous Underwater Hotels in the World
Underwater-room, Underwater Hotel

3. Utter Inn Hotel, Sweden, Vasteras

This hotel is located in the middle of Lake Mälaren near Stockholm. It is very small, it is far from luxurious underwater complexes in the Maldives and the UAE, but you can always count on complete solitude. The bedroom at a depth of 3 m looks more like a cabin, it only accommodates two beds and a table between them, on the deck there is a kitchen, a dining room and a terrace.

Compared to other underwater hotels, the prices for accommodation here are not high, so those who want to come to live in the depths in the summer, it makes sense to book a hotel in winter.
Cost of living: from 400 EUR per night for two.

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Hotel Utter Inn, Underwater Hotel

4. Lime Spa at Huvafen Fushi Hotel, Maldives

The luxurious villas and bungalows of this 5-star hotel are located on land, and the world's only underwater spa, Lima, is located under water. The procedures here are called rituals, among which there are quite exotic ones: for example, a massage with wooden sticks of a coconut tree with coconut oil. Changing rooms are quite cramped, but the view from the windows to the rich underwater world of the Indian Ocean compensates for everything - it really pacifies.

Accommodation rates : hotel rooms cost from 1000 USD per night, prices in the spa center start from 300 USD per treatment.

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Swimming pool at Huvafen Fushi Spa Resort, North Male Atoll, Underwater Hotel

5. Jules' Undersea Lodge, USA, Key Largo

Jules' Undersea Lodge is the first underwater hotel in the United States, built in the mid-1980s. Its name literally translates to Jules's Underwater House, an obvious reference to the famous science fiction writer and his book Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. You can only get to the hotel with scuba diving, and the entrance doors are on the floor.

Previously, this room housed a deep-water station for studying the seabed, and today it has been converted into a hotel for 6 people. The hotel has 2 bedrooms, a shared kitchen, bathroom and living room.
Cost of living: from 250 USD per day for two.

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Jules' Undersea Lodge, Underwater Hotel

6. Lovers Deep, Caribbean

The creators of the cruise on this romantic submarine were also inspired by Jules Verne with his immortal work. There are no Titian towels on board, but there is plenty of luxury: a personal chef and butler, champagne, interior design to your taste, seafood in abundance and fresh oysters.

This pleasure is worth, respectively: from 280,000 USD per day (rent of the entire submarine), the minimum rental period is 2 days.

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Submarine Bedroom, Underwater Hotel

Underwater Hotel Conrad Maldives Map