Dubai is known for extravagant arctichectural design, but their latest feet is going to set the bar high…


Or low depending on how you look at it. The Floating Seahorse will be a fleet of luxury floating villas, with rooms hidden underwater. The apartment complex of the future will have 42 separate units… Each unit will be 1,700 sq ft of floor area complete with three levels with two levels being above the water…



The upper level will have a shower, semi-private kitchenette, and mini-bar along with a Jacuzzi with a glass floor…



The central level will be a giant living space, with a fully equipped kitchen and dining area…



The master bedroom and the bathroom will be located underwater…



It’ll be like living in your own private aquarium!



Sleep with the fishes! Inside Dubai's luxury underwater suites that come with private butlers and panoramic views into an aquarium filled with 65,000 sea creatures

This is one of the few places in the world where holidaymakers can sleep with the fishes and brag about it to their friends when they wake up the next morning.

Thousands of sea creatures are on display when guests book themselves into one of two visually stunning underwater hotel rooms at the five-star Atlantis, The Palm resort in Dubai.

With enough room for five guests, the underwater suites – Poseidon and Neptune – boast floor-to-ceiling views directly into the Ambassador Lagoon aquarium, which holds 65,000 marine animals, from the master bedrooms and bathrooms – creating the illusion of being under the sea.



‘We organised everything for them and brought the camel to The Royal Beach. There was also an instance whereby, for a birthday around Christmas time, we delivered a gift to a guest through a skydiving Santa Claus.

‘Another time a guest requested a buggy to drive on the main road of The Palm which is not allowed. We made it possible by calling the police in Dubai and asking for their assistance.’

Mr Raj once united a guest with a Rolex watch that he forgot he had ordered.

He said: ‘There is one guest I took care of who ordered a Rolex watch in one of our shops at Atlantis, The Palm but by the time the watch was delivered the guest had already checked out.

‘So I called the guest and sent an email to get his information and was able to send him his Rolex. He was really happy and said he almost forgot about the item.’