Influencer couple gives tour of world’s most expensive underwater hotel room, leaves netizens divided | Trending News


The mysteries of the ocean have fascinated several travel enthusiasts around the world. While some resort to scuba diving, others enjoy watching such videos on social media. Recently, a video of the world’s most expensive underwater hotel room caught the internet’s attention, leaving users spellbound. Influencer couple Kara and Nate took to Instagram and shared a video of a tour of their breathtaking stay at the hotel.

The viral video starts with Nate showing the way to the hotel. As soon as he walks out of the elevator, he enters a hallway leading to the sophisticated bedroom. With a luxury king-sized bed, meticulously arranged amenities, a private sitting area, a sensor-regulated toilet, a water-glass ceiling, and a stunning view of the ocean, the hotel has it all.

Sharing the video, the influencer couple wrote, “Would you stay here?”

Watch the viral video here:

 

The said video garnered more than 70 million views, triggering reactions from social media users. A travel enthusiast, who earlier stayed in the hotel, wrote, “I stayed here in this exact room was nervous but it was a beautiful experience.” Another user commented, “Imagine when it’s night time and pitch dark out there. Can you even sleep not knowing and seeing what’s around you?”

“Beautiful but it’s not for me. Underwater scares me,” the third user commented. “Wake up in the middle of the night to find a siren staring at you,” another user reacted.

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The Conrad Maldives Rangali Island resort in Maldives has a luxury two-level residence called ‘The Muraka.’ According to the website The Digest Online, it is submerged 16 feet below sea level with a master bedroom concealed by a 180-degree dome. The hotel also offers amenities, including a 24-hour butler and chef, spa treatment, an on-call fitness trainer, and personal jet skis.




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