Experience the beauty of the world below the water’s surface when you stay at one of these stunning underwater hotels. These unique hotels offer a unique take on marine life, offering everything from underwater accommodations, clubs and spas to one-of-a-kind restaurants. See what’s underwater at these world’s best underwater hotels. Most people, when planning for a luxurious holiday to pause their tiring daily routine, often goes for the regular options.
1. Lovers Deep, St. Lucia
The underwater hotel called “Lovers Deep” can be moored near the coastal reef off Saint Lucia or near a battleship sunk in the Red Sea. But love at the bottom of the ocean doesn’t come cheap. when we talk about this lavish hotel, we know that it is no less than a magical escape, and every magic comes with a price. You will have to pay £ 175,000 per night to board the submarine ship. Guests get a captain, a private chef and butler, speedboat transfers and optional add-ons that include helicopter transfers, beach landing, two-person shower, and champagne-soaked breakfast.
This is a pleasant and most luxurious underwater hotel that is built inside Lover’s Deep, a luxurious submarine exclusively designed for couples to spend quality time together in complete seclusion and harmony under the sea. ‘water. The private luxury submarine will take you to the bottom of the Caribbean Sea and help the couple escape all the worries and stresses of the world and spend the most precious moments with each other.
What Time to Go: November to April
2. Atlantis The Palm, Dubai
Located on the Palm Jumeirah Island in Dubai and boasting a private sandy beach, the 5-star Atlantis offers breathtaking views of the Arabian Gulf. It offers an underwater aquarium and free access to Aquaventure Water Park and Lost Chambers Aquarium. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property. All Arab and Ocean inspired rooms have balconies with panoramic views. They include a flat-screen satellite TV, a seating area, free tea and coffee making facilities and a minibar. Some rooms include a superb large terrace with panoramic palm views or a large spa bath located in the center of the bathroom. Dining options include Hakkasan, which serves authentic Cantonese cuisine in a modern setting.
Guests can enjoy stunning views of The Palm and Dubai skyline while savoring the tastes of authentic Lebanese cuisine along with delicious beverages at Ayamna. Guests enjoy complimentary access to Aquaventure, the largest waterpark in the Middle East, features the Tower of Neptune and the Tower of Poseidon packed with thrilling water slides.
What Time to Go: November to April
3. Utter Inn, Sweden
Utter Inn Back to list Västerås, Sweden Bed & BreakfastThrillWild Floating underwater hotel, where you sleep in an underwater aquarium A single underwater piece in a Swedish lake near Stockholm. The Utter Inn is the brainchild of Mikael Genberg, a local artist and sculptor who has chosen to focus on ‘making art for the public’. The hotel’s single room is 3 meters below the surface of Lake Mälaren in Västerås, Sweden and contains only twin beds and a table. It opened in June 2000 on the coldest and rainiest day of all summer. Despite this, it was a great success.
The Utter Inn stimulates the most typical of Swedish dreams; to have a small Swedish red house with white garbles on your own island. On top of that, you can spend your night three meters underwater with panoramic windows in all directions. This alternative dwelling also includes a feeling of risk taking and adventure which tends to broaden the sensory input. We must not forget the psychological term “transfer of exaltation”. Basically it is the tendency of man to transform the experience of fear into an experience of love. You don’t want to be afraid so the brain changes the emotion into something much nicer. You feel more alive. In this sense, arranged and controlled fear can be very important.
What Time to Go: April to August
4. Water Discus Hotel, Dubai
The Water Discus Hotel was designed by the Polish company Deep Ocean Technology (DOT), whose other projects include the design of underwater vehicles and equipment for exploring the seabed.
The hotel will consist of two main disks, one above the water and the other below the surface, connected by five columns and a vertical shaft for the stairs and the elevator. The smaller circular volumes above the surface will contain additional facilities, with a helicopter landing strip mounted on one. The lower disc will include 21 hotel rooms with underwater views, a scuba diving center and a bar. Each of the surrounding discs will be able to detach from the main upper disc for use as a floating liferaft in an emergency or flood situation. Due to the innovative design comprising individual modules that can be detached and replaced with new ones, Water Discus can also be expanded into a larger resort complex, and can be built and rebuilt anywhere in the world, creating opportunities to live underwater permanently.
- What Time to Go: November to the month of April.
- Price: The price range of the underwater hotels in Dubai starts from $314 and goes up to $25000 for a single night stay in the luxurious underwater suites and villas.
- Timings: Guests can check-in to the Underwater Hotel of Dubai 24 hours, throughout the week.
5. Conrad, Maldives, Rangali Island
Conrad Maldives Rangali Island is an idyllic island paradise, with lush tropical vegetation and unrivaled views and access to the Indian Ocean. Lifetime Away from the Outside World Conrad Maldives Rangali Island celebrates the Maldives as it was meant to be – pristine, peaceful and extraordinary. Nestled in the southern Ari Atoll, renowned for its abundant flora and fauna, the resort combines an impressive setting with intuitive service that connects guests with the charm of the Maldives.
The property boasts 150 architecturally designed villas of enviable calm and sophistication, two award-winning overwater spas above the lagoon and a dining destination in itself, the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island Resort is an epicurean delight. with 12 restaurants and bars, including the world renowned Restaurant Ithaa Undersea. Conrad Maldives Rangali Island Resort is the destination for globally connected people to disconnect from everyday life and revel in the luxury of nature and time.
- What To See: Enjoy boat facilities, thrilling water sports, and fun activities at the dive centre
- Perfect suite: The premium resort of the underwater hotel in Maldives does not have an underwater suite/room but the world’s first all-glass underwater restaurant called “Ithaa”.
- Price: INR 38,000 per night
6. Per Aquum Niyama, Maldives
Let the amber sunsets and island breezes lure you into the open air at Niyama Private Islands, one of the most mesmerising resorts in Maldives. Each villa has a secluded deck that offers pure privacy to luxuriate in al fresco rain showers, moonlit dips, or an intimate afternoon basking in the sun. But staying indoors can be equally as indulgent. Drift Spa features relaxing body massage and other beauty treatments. Guided snorkelling trips, sunset cruises, manta ray snorkeling, and fishing trips can be arranged by the butlers.
Each room is outfitted with a king bed, Deli-In with full-size refrigerator overflowing with gourmet treats, in-room entertainment system with LED TV, Bose surround sound and a range of international movies, as well as Thakuru (butler) service – for the ultimate luxury. The world’s first underwater restaurant-Subsix is located 6 m below sea level and is known for its champagne breakfasts and glow parties fitted with glass walls with views of the underwater marine life. Edge is a modern fine dining restaurant, set 500 m out in the ocean, accessible only by boat.
How We Go: Niyama Private Islands Maldives is a 40-minute sea plane ride from Male International Airport while Maldives’ Dhaalu Airport is now open to private jets transfers that can be arranged at an extra charge.