Staying in an underwater hotel is a once in a lifetime experience that you'll never forget. Around the world, there are already several underwater hotels such as the Atlantis in the Bahamas, The Palm in Dubai or Resort World Sentosa in Singapore, but the Conrad Maldives newly opened Muraka is the world's first underwater hotel villa.\nThe Conrad Maldives is known for their ultra dreamy over the water villas but their new suite the Muraka is even better! The new two-floor underwater villa at the Conrad Maldives is a breathtaking hotel suite that is 16 feet below sea level in the Maldives. Designed to be somewhere you go with a small group of friends or family, the villa sleeps up to 9 people.\nREAD MORE: You Can Have A Sleepover After Hours At The Vancouver Aquarium This Spring\nVia Conrad Maldives\nVia Conrad Maldives\nFrom the floor-to-ceiling windows in the bathroom and bedroom, you can enjoy the panoramic views of the Indian Ocean and see the fish and sharks swimming outside! While the main floor includes a living room, dining room, more bedrooms and even a private deck with an infinity swimming pool.\nVia Conrad Maldives\nVia Conrad Maldives\n View this post on Instagram @ericdamier founder of @earthpix got to stay and experience #TheMuraka this week and decided to take a swim over it to see a difference view of it A post shared by Conrad Maldives Rangali Island (@conrad_maldives) on Nov 20, 2018 at 10:40am PST\n\nTo access this luxurious underwater villa you'll need to fly in by a private seaplane or take a speedboat from the main resort. Once at your private villa you'll be pampered with your own private chef, a fitness trainer, spa treatments, and access to two jet skies.\n\nVia Conrad Maldives\n@lauragriertravelembedded via \nBest of all, to help you get all the best photos for Instagram the Conrad Maldives also provides an "Instagram Butler" who is a trained photographer who will help you take photographs throughout your stay.\nREAD MORE: This Luxurious Glamping Dome Near Ontario Comes With A Private Hot Tub In The Forest\n\nVia Conrad Maldives\nBe warned, most can't afford to stay here as it costs $50,000 a night. For more information about staying at the Conrad Maldives, or to book your stay visit their website.