You can sleep with the fishes at Jules' Undersea Lodge as guests Scuba dive 21ft below the water to enter the underwater hotel. Guests who are not PADI-certified can take the resort's Discover Scuba Diving course. The air conditioned two-room lodge sleeps up to four, has a common room, and includes a dinner pizza delivery. The hotel's amenities include a refrigerator stocked with water, soda, iced tea, snacks, microwave, Wi-Fi, Amazon Fire Stick, DVDs, and huge, round 42in windows in each room to admire the artificial lagoon and sea life.
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