NEW YORK – The impressive lodge sits 21ft below the water surface, requiring people to dive down to reach their room.
As guests descend to Jules’ Undersea Lodge in Key Largo, Florida, they can see a whole host of marine life as well as the untouched tropical mangrove of the Emerald Lagoon.
The cottage-sized building can sleep just four people but has hot showers, a well-stocked kitchen as well a range of movies and music for people to relax with the fishes.
And it even has wi-fi.
The average price is around £300 per night with prices rising above £1,000 to include scuba diving lessons.
Ian Koblick, co-developer and owner of the lodge, said: “Marine life is actually enhanced by the presence of an underwater structure.
“The flow of air to the Lodge constantly adds oxygen to the entire surrounding body of water, creating a symbiotic relationship between the technology of man and the beauty of nature.