Have you ever wondered what it would be like to spend a night in the lap of luxury under the waves of the Indian Ocean? If you have $ 50,000 to burn, you can live in the private Conrad Maldives Rangali Island resort. The facility called the world's first underwater hotel villa. At night it can be irrigated at a price of $ 50,000.
Guests will receive a lot for the price tag of USD 50,000 per night. The two-storey villa can accommodate up to nine people flying on a private seaplane. They also take a speedboat to use throughout the entire stay. There are 24-hour butler and chef service.
Here is the USP, a king-size bedroom, living area and a bathroom placed entirely in a glass structure five meters below the waves. The underground level offers a 180 degree panoramic view of the sea life.
The lower suite was built on the site of the plant, which resembles the Ithaa submarine restaurant in Singapore. The structure was made of acrylic and then transported to the site on a special ship where it was lowered without harming the reefs. Then, to ensure that the lower floor was not slipping on high tide or hard waves, it was replaced with concrete poles.
The property is currently booked for the entire villa named The Muraka. Local Dhivehi means coral in the language.