The Maldives is home to mind-boggling overwater bungalows place above the Indian Ocean, but the Conrad’s Rangali Island is going to subvert this trend.
It claims to be the world’s first undersea home to be constructed from the cost of a $15 million investment. If a view of the sea doesn’t do it for you anymore, a view of what is going on underwater may be what you want. The Muraka, the world’s first underwater villa, will start in the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island hotel this November.
Guests will be able to dive into the accommodation five meters underwater, in which marine life surround them. There’s no lack of space within this Japanese-designed lodging. It can house up to eight guests, and has a spiral staircase and lift. And do not worry — it’s built to withstand anything that the ocean might throw at it, which means you won’t even wake up if a shark crashes by your bedroom.
Submerged five meters (16.4 ft ), the submerged suite has transparent, acrylic walls that give a panoramic view of the surrounding sea and wildlife. The 5,921-square-foot living room will have a bath with an ocean-facing tub, glass-paneled bedrooms, butler’s quarters, a pub and dining area, a powder room, and a kitchen. Should you feel the need to venture above water, you will discover two sun terraces and a private infinity pool. Guests may enjoy water sports, customized trips, and amenities such as daily spa treatments, exclusive use of the hotel’s yachts and speedboats, an on-call private yoga teacher, private chef, and physical fitness coach.
Muraka Villa Maldives
Charges for its underwater Muraka villa still haven’t been declared, but we could envision it in highest side compared to 5-star properties in the Maldives. Beginning nightly rate estimated to be $50,000 a night. For a little taste of the adventure, but you can dine at Ithaa, the resort’s submerged restaurant (the first on earth ), which is already accepting bookings.