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Hotels, The Worlds Ultimate Underwater Hotels, Fiji, Dubai & Florida.

Updated on March 27, 2017

The most alternative hotels in the world, underwater hotels offering a range of unimaginable underwater sea views, swimming with sharks whilst you sleep.

Dine in restaurants as great Manta Rays swim by your feet and shoals of brightly coloured fish glide gently past your head. As the slow tides of crystal clear waters of tropical paradise islands surrounds your every move, causing soft coral to sway to and fro.

These alternative hotels offer an experience which may only come by once in a lifetime, a surreal experience, one which provides everlasting memories. Underwater hotels are becoming extremely popular with honeymooners who wish for the ultimate experience, and for the most pleasurable stay anywhere. Why not start with a hotel, which offers fantasy as well diversity, at affordable prices.

Poseidon, Underwater Resort

The latest and most technologically advanced underwater hotel to date, set in the crystal clear waters of the tropical island Fiji, off the coast of Eastern Australia.

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This aquatic hotel is set forty meters under the calm, clear waters surrounding Fiji. Offering perfect panoramic views of the elusive underwater kingdom, with serene and tranquil scenery, never before witnessed from such comfortable and dry surroundings.

Sleeping with the fishes is a strange expression, but now you can. Lay in bed in the early evening watching the great beasts of the seas basking and feeding. Wake up to sunrise as the ocean gradually warms and glistens from the days new sun rays, reviving the sleepy sea once again.

Coral and colourful sea plants swaying with the slow tides, one of the most natural and gentle awakenings ever imagined. The Poseidon adventure also offers underwater business meetings and weddings.




The newest construction in the golden city of Dubai. The Hydropolis is a 220 room underwater fantasy hotel, covering an amazing 27 acres and designed on the shape of a sea going jellyfish. The pure crystal clear waters off of Dubai's coast, make this the perfect setting for such a magnificent magical hotel.

White sandy sea floors with coral reefs make the perfect setting for dining at any mealtime, this aquatic hotel is set sixty six feet below sea level, giving the residents panoramic views of schools of wandering dolphins, inquisitive as they swim close by, nudging their noses against the windows.

Multicolored fish swarm by in the evening, attracted by the lights, lobsters trundle by in their quest for food, unmoved by the new sea dwelling. This hotel offer spacious accommodation, reasonable rates and a perfect start to a vacation or honeymoon.

Dubai Lamborghini, Aston Martins and Porsche police cars.

Breakfast is served M'lady
Breakfast is served M'lady

Jules Undersea Lodge

This was allegedly the worlds first undersea hotel, and started life in 1970 as a research laboratory in the Puerto Rico, it now resides in Key Largo, Florida.

To enter into the hotel, you need to scuba dive down to it, after a three hour crash course in scuba diving, you may make your way to you room, only 21 feet below sea level. As this is an old building, the windows are only forty two inches in diameter, but still provide an adequate view of the surrounding ocean bed and the marine life.

Breakfast and dinner are delivered daily by an aqua chef, and Television and DVD players are provided as well as showers and a fridge. You may come and go at your leisure through your own wet room.

Florida is home to sun and sea, the marine life is viewable all year round, and the rates for a stay at this aquatic hotel are extremely reasonable.

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    • kubth profile image


      8 years ago from UK

      Wow.. as A la carte says, had no idea you could go and stay in an underwater hotel. Incredible!

    • PaperNotes profile image


      8 years ago

      Awesome!One day I wish I could go and visit any of those underwater hotels.

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      A la carte 

      8 years ago from Australia

      Loved this article..had no idea such things existed. I am definitely going to try out the Poseidon one day.


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