An entire two-bedroom apartment was placed under the sea, attached to the seabed by leg structures in a protected lagoon. It's named after Jules Verne to honor him for his masterpiece book, "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea."
Inside, there are three windows in total, two in each bedroom and one in the living room, where you can enjoy the view of the marine life while munching on a pizza they delivered. That's correct; guests of Jules' Undersea Lodge will need to do some paperwork to be allowed to stay under the water and tell the staff what kind of pizza they like.
Entering the underwater habitat, you'll have to dive into the wet room. This is where you'll drop your gear and get a nice hot shower before continuing to the living area. The interior design is retro-futuristic, with all kinds of gadgets from the 80s and 90s.
There is a DVD collection, but you are more likely to gaze at angelfish through the 42 inches round windows. A command center is connected to the undersea lodge to check the oxygen, water, and power levels to ensure everything is okay. Air conditioning keeps a pleasant temperature inside at all times.
The 24-hour service at Jules' Undersea Lodge is not exactly as you are used to in a hotel. This is because the in-room service has to deliver through the seawater.
There is even a chef who dives into your accommodation and prepares the food in the kitchen for you upon request. Dr. Neil Monney and ocean explorer Mr. Ian Koblick are the masterminds behind this fantastic project.