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See hotels located under water, one of them reportedly cost over 80 million naira to lodge per night

wether you are traveling for leisure or business, there must be a need to book for a hotel to ensure your safety and comfort while on the trip

when traveling to a very long distance especially from Africa to Europe for whatever reason be it business or leisure it is expected that you must have made reservations for where you will be sojourning while on the trip. Some of this hotels could go as high as 5 million naira/night or even more depending on your choice of room.

I was watching a documentary about Claridges Hotel in London, it will interest you to know that some of this hotels cost over 4 million naira to lodge for a night. Then I searched for the most expensive hotel in the world then I found the most outrageous hotel rate have ever heard of in my life.

there are 2 hotels in the world that’s considered the most expensive to pay for a room per night and exquisite in terms of the facilities.

first of it is

1 the Burj khalifa Hotel in the UAE

Burj Khalifa which is owned by a United Arab Emirates company called Emaar properties. It was built on top of a sea and The hotel boast of 2,957 parking spaces, 304 hotel rooms and 900 apartments. It is the tallest building in the world located in the United Arab Emirates and it is the only 7 star hotel in the world.

It is worthy to mention that it is not cheap to lodge just a night at Georgio Armani's hotel in the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa. Rooms normally start at around $600 (300,000 naira) per night, and suites can cost many times that amount.

the most expensive suits at the burj khalifa is located under water glassed with aquatic life floating round the room, which cost about 25,000 USD (12.5 million naira) per night.

2 The Lovers Deep Luxury Submarine in St. Lucia

it is located at st Lucia in the Caribbeans and it cost a whooping £175,000 (113 million naira) per night. Wow!. lovers can spend an evening submerged amid aquatic lives and the peaceful blue hues of the ocean with an exotic interiors of their own private submarine haven.

Each space within the vessel’s open-plan interiors has a mini bar, two-person bathroom and inviting double bed.

in the hotel room underwater, you will enjoy views out into the ocean, and due to the fact you are on the move, that view could encompass anything from shipwrecks and coral to untainted expanses of blue. While you can technically be picked up from wherever you so desire, the recommended boarding location is the tropical St. Lucia in the Caribbean.

Onboard you’ll enjoy fully catered service with your own captain, chef and butler ensuring your experience is the smoothest of sailings. What a luxury.

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