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Spotlight On: Escapes

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  • Amanda Green Merrill

    About five years ago, Conrad Maldives Rangali Island opened the very first all-glass, undersea restaurant. To celebrate their anniversary, the restaurant offered guests the chance to not only eat under the sea, but sleep under it as well. Sleep? I can’t imagine anyone falling a sleep in this place, especially after hearing the price. This amazing underwater bedroom suite sits 16 feet below sea level of the Indian Ocean, at the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, surrounded by a coral reef and encased in clear acrylic glass. Unsurprisingly, this watery idyll also comes with an eye-watering price – bookings need to be made at least 14-days in advance, and according to Maldives Traveller it will set you back a cool USD$11,710 per night for the privilege to sleep in this bed.

  • C. Marie Cline

    Conrad Maldives Rangali Island: Maldives Resorts : Condé Nast Traveler

  • Esther Lee Jewelry

    Maldives Rangali Islands Resort's underwater hotel room

  • Sarah Dachille

    Teenage dream Bedroom - Underwater Bedroom - master and guest rooms

  • paige czech

    Aquariums, my favorite places!

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love this!!! That bed looks so comfortable and that chandelier is so pretty!!!

View from cities under the ocean.

A luscious dining room (that most of us can only dream about), from home-designing via furnishism.

When you’re working in an office with tiny workspaces and when you’re surrounded by nothing but concrete walls and artificial lights, even the slightest element that doesn’t fall into the same category would be like a breath of fresh air. This office features a very nice balance between natural and artificial elements. The giant fish tank separates the work spaces and provides the workers with something and relaxing to look at.

I would like a giant salt-water fish tank in my house. Or to just live under the sea.

Aquarium arch - by Acrylic Tank Manufacturing, Inc., Las Vegas, NV, 89118

Again such nice colors and since the person is looking up the point of interest moves to the aquarium

The Atlantis - Dubai by Federico Ravassard. I chose this photo because I loved the shades of blue in it, and how you can only see the outline of the people in it. It also looks as if they are inside the fish tank.

Having a sky full of stars be the last thing you see before you fall asleep must be amazing♥.