For anyone concerned about climate change, the Maldives are a prime example of its negative effects. Every year a little bit more of the Maldives
And just because the bungalow is below sea level doesn't mean it will be sacrificing quality!
The suite, called the Muraka ("coral" in the Maldives' Dhivehi language) will have a 193-square-foot area where the bedroom floor sits 16 feet below sea level."Sleep with the fishes: Conrad Maldives building underwater suite" https://t.co/tGYQ7bjDah— Qasim (@syedqasimh) April 18, 2018
The price of your stay is nothing to be scoffed at, however.
There’s a underwater villa for rent for 50,000 a night ?— Bennie “Snake Eyes” Wilson (@MintChip04) April 18, 2018
$50,000 a NIGHT?— Sean Segler (@SeanSailorx) April 17, 2018
Twitter is in awe of the underwater views!
Today everyone wants to experience a reality that seems unfeasible. This hotel room definitely achieves this dream https://t.co/BxM4cs5Fyu— Celena Danahy (@CelenaDanahy) April 17, 2018
Of course, the climate change jokes were often too good for users to ignore.
2030 headline: "Inside a regular hotel room in the Maldives." https://t.co/CWO7y43Ilw— Bob Herman (@bobjherman) April 17, 2018