Luxury Submarine Hotel Offers Romantic Undersea Getaway


Lovers Deep is a luxury submarine offered by Oliver’s Travels for couples to go on a romantic getaway, deep in the ocean, and perhaps join what they’re coining as the “Mile Low Club” (an undersea alternative to the Mile High Club that so many have participated in on airplanes). Each watercraft in the various packages that are offered is a minimum of 40 feet long and provides a number of amenities and perks, one of which includes the option of where to dock or dive the mobile vessel.

From a personal butler and VIP Concierge service to an aphrodisiac tasting menu and free champagne on arrival, the extraordinary experience is one for romantic couples eager to spend a unique night together. Oliver’s Travels says, “The stunning views of the marine world will take your breath away and the vessel comes fully staffed with your very own team who are on hand to make sure you never have to take your eyes off the view, or each other.”

Those interested in the lavish experience should expect high-end prices. It’s reportedly $140,000 per person for one night.

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via [Yahoo]

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