Manta Resort Underwater Room

Not just any hotel room, the Manta Resort Underwater Hotel Room in Zanzibar, Africa comes complete with a rooftop deck, living space, bathroom / dining areas on the middle floor, and then fully-submersed lower level lined with windows for expansive views of the marine life. Yes, there’s still room service, but you may have to wait a while. Depending on the season, you can book a one-night stay for as low as $1,000. Continue reading for more cool underwater hotel rooms.

5. Lovers Deep Submarine Hotel

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At $150,000 per night, Lovers Deep is one of the most expensive hotel rooms both on land or underwater. However, if money is no object, this submarine stay offers a private chef / butler, speedboat transfers, helicopter transfers, beach landing, a two-person shower, and champagne-soaked breakfast to top things off.

4. Hydropolis Dubai

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The Hydropolis claims it will be the first fully-functional underwater hotel, once it actually opens. Once completed, the hotel will have 220 underwater suites covering an area of 260 hectares, which is equivalent in area to Hyde Park in London. The hotel design was created by Joachim Hauser and Professor Roland Dieterle, and is planned to be composed of three segments: a land station, a connecting train, and the underwater hotel.

3. Ocean Suites at Sentosa Resorts World

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There are eleven, breathtaking Ocean Suites at Sentosa Resort World’s Equarius Hotel in Singapore. In each of these suites, the upstairs living area is fitted with a Jacuzzi and patio area, while lower level boasts a bedroom window that looks directly out into one of the largest aquariums in the world. The room lights dim automatically when the viewing panel is raised.

2. Poseidon and Neptune Suites at the Atlantis Palm, Dubai

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If you’re to stay underwater in style and luxury, Dubai is where you should be looking, the Atlantis Palm to be exact. The Poseidon and Neptune underwater suites features floor-to-ceiling windows that look out into Ambassador Lagoon, and its 65,000 marine inhabitants. With a base price of just under $8,200 a night during the off-peak season, each suite has elegant perks, including soap with 24-carat gold flakes and 24-hour private butler service to keep customers feeling pampered.

1. Jules Undersea Lodge

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The only way to reach the entrance of Jules Undersea Lodge is to dive 21-feet, but have no fear, for non-certified divers, you’ll go through a 3-hour instructional crash course to ensure you’ll arrive safely. Believe it or not, delivery room service is available at the Jules and yes, you can order a pizza.