As guests descend to Jules’ Undersea Lodge in Key Largo, Florida, they can see a whole host of marine life as well as the untouched tropical mangrove of the Emerald Lagoon, the Daily Star reported.
The cottage-sized building can sleep just four people but has hot showers, a well-stocked kitchen with fridge and microwave, as well as a range of movies and music for people to relax with the fishes. It even has Wi-Fi.
Inside the lodges there are two bedrooms, a moon pool and kitchen/bathroom facilities.
The average price is around 300 pounds per night with prices rising above 1,000 pounds to include scuba diving lessons.
Ian Koblick, co-developer and owner of the lodge, said that the flow of air to the Lodge constantly adds oxygen to the entire surrounding body of water, creating a symbiotic relationship between the technology of man and the beauty of nature.