On the outside, this looks like a typical fishing shack sitting on a lake.
What Lurks Below
But below it is an underwater bedroom.
Mikael Genberg came upon the idea unexpectedly, but was worried that it would not catch on.
Sleep With The Fishes
The bedroom is totally submerged with so you are literally sleeping with the fishes.
Away from anyone else on work except for nature.
At $400 to $500 per night stay, it can be pricey, but the thousands of visitors that this little shack attracts say it’s well worth it.
The hotel operates from April/May through September.
The two level design looks like this. The top half floats on the water, while the bottom half, accessible by a hole in the floor and a ladder, is completely submerged under the lake.
Here we see the lake house being submerged in the lake.
A Room With A View
With windows on all sides, guests can view life underwater and feel like they are truly living down there.