12 Mar Underwater Hotels of the World
There are some amazing adventures to be had in the underwater hotels of the world. If you are an avid ocean lover, or are simply looking at a relaxing getaway with breathtaking views, there is no better place to stay. Not only do these hotels have some of the most unique views in the world, but they have also prove to be some of the most relaxing and soothing vacation spots. Ready to dive in? Here we will take a look at some of the most amazing underwater hotels.
1.Dubai: Atlantis, The Palm: This underwater hotel features an ocean view of 65,000 marine inhabitants. While you are relaxing in your enormous suite, wide windows feature the oceanic atmosphere of fish swimming.
2.Singapore: Resort World Sentosa: this 11-story resort offers views of an enormous aquarium. There are over 40,000 swimming around at any given time, giving you that relaxing feel of being underwater. Located in Singapore, this is one of the most popular destination resorts in the world.
3.Tanzania: Pemba Island, Tanzania – Manta Resort: Built in 2013, the Manta Resort in Tanzania is a three level underwater hotel room that is placed four meters underwater. Not only does this vacation spot feature spectacular ocean views from its bottom floors, it also offers stargazing from the roof deck of the hotel. While Tanzania might not be a typical vacation destination, this resort is definitely worth going to if you’re looking for a peaceful and relaxing getaway.
4. Maldives: Subsix at PER AQUUM Niyama: This is the world’s first, and one of the few, underwater clubs. Not only do the floor-to-ceiling windows provide amazing views of the ocean, but it also serves as a hotel. Being 20 feet below the Indian Ocean, it is nearly 600 years from the coast and only accessible by boat.
5. Berlin: Atrium Bar at Radisson Blu: Offering a view of 264,172 gallons of water with over 1,500 fish to see, this little paradise offers drinks and treats along with your viewing pleasure. Fun fact is that this little gem is located underneath the world’s largest cylindrical aquarium.