Conrad Maldives Rangali Island is rumored to be building a luxury hotel worth $ 15 million dollars, some of which are located 16.4 meters below the surface of the Indian Ocean.
According to information quoted from the CNN Travel page on Friday (20/4/2018), the property is believed to be truly the first underwater hotel under construction in the Maldives, and will be completed in November.
The hotel named "Muraka", which in local language means "coral", will provide the most fantastic tourist experience on earth. Even the underwater hotel will also be equipped with a gym, bar, infinity pool, butler and bathtub overlooking the sea. Most importantly, the bedroom floor is made so as to reflect the amazing underwater scenery.
Anatomically, these rooms will be connected to the top with a spiral staircase. The upper part also has a 550 square meter relaxation area directly facing the sunrise.
General Manager of Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, Stefano Ruzza said it is very happy to present a unique bedroom called Muraka. Visitors can experience the thrill of an amazing underwater hotel in the Maldives.
"We want to give tourists a great underwater scene from a completely new perspective," says Stefano.
Directly designed by MJ Murphy Ltd, Muraka is able to accommodate up to nine guests at the same time. The hotel is designed using a curved acrylic dome that is capable of providing 180 degrees of underwater scenery.
Although in some of the world's tourist destinations, underwater hotels have been present, ranging from Manta Resort on Pemba Island with underwater spaces serving underwater Atlantis, The Palm Dubai which has rooms with underwater scenery windows, and Resort World Sentosa in Singapore offering suites with underwater scenery, Muraka in the Maldives is considered the first underwater hotel with the most advanced technology.
Ahmed Saleem, chief architect and designer of Hotel Muraka said it wanted to be a pioneer in the luxury innovation in creating an underwater hotel.
"We are proud to remain at the forefront of design, technology and architecture in creating the perfect underwater hotel," said Ahmed.
Photo: Conrad Hotels & Resorts
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