The name of the hotel is "The Muraka," which simply means "rocks" in the Maldives language. It is a luxury hotel 16ft underwater. Ahmed Saleem was a senior builder who worked at the hotel.
The building was not built under water, but the hotel is a 600-ton house that was originally built in Singapore and then transported in three stages to the Maldives, where Ahmed Saleem and his team worked to create a real marvel.
The magnificent hotel took 2 years to complete the construction, a curved acrylic dome used in the bedroom and bathroom to allow guests to experience the magic and the waterfalls.
The upper room overlooking the sea has a storage area with a swimming pool where guests can enjoy their time as well as a storage area. Inside the hotel are bars, a kitchen, dining rooms, a bathroom facing the sea so you can swim with the fish.
Muraka can accommodate up to 9 guests at a time, and is supported by modern technology and technologies such as free Wi-Fi, digital temperature control, electricity and air conditioning.
And in security situations experts are still available to monitor the amount of Oxygen in the hotel, and there is an emergency button system and an escape route in case anything goes wrong inside the hotel.
You have to be rich to enjoy these needs because the cost of a good night's sleep is about $ 50,000 which is about ₦ 20 Million in Nigerian currency.
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