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Top underwater resorts around the world

Experience the beauty of the world’s nature that lies underwater when you stay at one of the top best underwater hotels.

Advances in modern engineering tech have made it possible for underwater stay around the world. Sleeping and having an adventure with fishes has now become a reality in the modern society

These unique hotels offer a unique look into marine life, offering anything from underwater rooms, clubs, and spas to one-of-a-kind restaurants. 

The list of top best underwater hotels in the world.

The Manta Resort of Tanzania

The Manta resort is a sub-aquatic accommodation that floats in a circular blue hole in the coral reef near Pemba Island, off the east coast of Tanzania. The Mantra resort highlights the environment and is a popular destination with guests unwinding post-safari. 

This romantic resort in Zanzibar has a number of luxury accommodations to offer travelers a retreat while exploring this picturesque island oasis. The Manta Resort is best known for its three-level underwater room that lies 13 feet below the surface. Only accessible by boat, this private accommodation has a top deck perfect for sunbathing, while the bottom floor is completely submerged underwater. This underwater hotel room offers 360 degrees of underwater views to experience underwater life. It costs from $750 per person.

Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore

Resorts World Sentosa is found on Singapore’s island of Sentosa. It is home to one of the world’s largest aquariums. Sentosa is an island playground connected to the city by cable car, pedestrian boardwalk, and monorail.

Guests here can book a two-story townhouse along with the aquarium for an underwater experience. These suites offer upstairs access that leads to a patio above the surface, while the lower level features underwater views.

Resorts World Sentosa is vast with casinos, a Universal Studios theme park, and Adventure Cove Water Park. Underwater stays start at $1,500 a night.

Atlantis The Palm, Dubai

Atlantis The Palm in Dubai is found on the iconic palm-shaped island, an artificial, man-made island structure. It has 1,500-plus rooms with two underwater suites, Poseidon and Neptune. The three-story options are partly submerged beneath the surface of the Ambassador Lagoon with a manmade coral reef home to about 65,000 marine creatures.

It is priced at $8200 a night

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Conrad Rangali Island

Conrad Maldives has been voted twice as the top world’s best hotel.

Conrad Maldives Rangali Island is home to villas, suites, and a three-bedroom villa that features an underwater bedroom. 

It has an underwater restaurant (Ithaa) on the island, is situated 16 feet below the water’s surface. 

Half of the hotel’s residence is above water with bedrooms and an outdoor deck complete with an infinity pool. The suite comes with a private speedboat, jet skis, and the services of a butler and chef.

InterContinental Shanghai Wonderland

The hotel was built inside an abandoned quarry which became the top world’s deepest hotel. The luxury resort is located 30 miles from Shanghai, China. It offers unique accommodation that has two underwater floors.

Shimao Wonderland Intercontinental boasts incredible views of the surrounding natural scenery. Guests enter on a top floor and then shoot downwards in transparent glass elevators resembling cascading waterfalls.

Utter Inn, Sweden

Utter Inn is the modest underwater lake hotel found in Sweden. It is only accessible by boat. The resort offers sunbathing on the wooden deck above the surface while embracing undersea views down below in the rooms.

Walrus House, Pairi Daiza Resort, Belgium

Walrus House is a partially submerged hotel suite in the park’s arctic-inspired resort hotel. Guests can stay with the animals, watching into their underwater habitat.

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