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We always talk about the overwater bungalows – the most famous ones are the ones at the Intercontinental Bora Bora
When people talk about getting the Chase IHG credit card that comes with 2 free nights – this is one of the places that they always talk about staying at.
And who can blame them – it looks pretty cool!
But I recently saw an article about an UNDER water bungalow that is in the planning stages!
Poseidon Underwater Resorts is a resort in planning in Fiji.
I gotta say that looks pretty cool, but I’d be REALLY concerned about some sort of structural fault and catastrophic room flood / death. According to the website, “The resort is built to rigid safety requirements with high levels of structural integrity, large safety factors and fully redundant fail-safe systems. Each room is completely isolated from the central hall and other rooms with a double pressure proof door system and independent emergency life support systems.”, though I’m not sure that makes me feel THAT much better 🙂
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Not to mention the price range is about $15,000 / night, which for someone who won’t even shell out $300 to get 2 free nights, might be a BIT out of my league. It’s also been in “planning” since 2001 or so, so I’m not sure it will ever get built…
What about you – does this look interesting?
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