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Previously, the luxurious Conrad Maldives Rangali Island was known for offering guests the chance to dine in the world's first all-glass, undersea restaurant. But have you ever wanted to know what it's like to sleep with the fishes, but get to wake up in the morning? Now you can with the Conrad's signature under-water Ithaa Restaurant which is giving guests a chance to spend a night under water in the new "Ithaa Suite."

Celebrating its fifth anniversary, the restaurant, set approximately 16 feet below the Indian Ocean's surface, offers guests a one-of-a-kind dining experience as thousands of fish swim across the 180-degree-arched glass ceiling. Now, the hotel has worked to turn the restaurant into an exclusive suite for two - talk about a room with a view!

Note Bene: The special suite is available for only one night of a guest's stay and arrangements must be made prior to arrival. Available to only one set of guests at a time, the experience comes with a private Champagne dinner and breakfast in bed.

Other Highlights of the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island: Private double island resort surrounded by white sand beaches and coral reefs; 50 luxurious water villas, 79 exotic beach villas and 21 fabulous spa water villas with private treatment rooms; Deluxe Beach Villas with private plunge pool and garden; Seaplane arrival. Learn more and make reservations

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Comment by David Edson Mayanga on November 16, 2013 at 16:39

majanga wanacheza na mungu haya

Comment by Severin on November 15, 2013 at 14:50

Duuuuh! hapa nikija na totoz mbona itakua shangwe sana.Si chini ya goli 10

Comment by Zainabu Hamis on November 15, 2013 at 12:41

Naam! hawa kweli ndio wanaweza kujivunia maendeleo yao.

Comment by Mama Malaika on November 15, 2013 at 12:21
Tulonge... Hiyo glass ndio wenzetu wanatumia jenga nyumba za vioo zisizo na kuta za tofali au mbao, hiyo glass material ni ngumu sana hata ugonge na shoka haivunjiki, ila very, very expensive. Usipotaka mwanga wabonyeza sehemu na kioo kinageuka kuwa opaque (dark brown, black, etc.) hivyo huoni nje na wala wa nje hakuoni, na hata kelele husikii kwani ni sound proof.
Comment by CHA the Optimist on November 15, 2013 at 12:14

Hata ungenipa Milioni 1000, bado sijaenda!

Comment by Mama Malaika on November 15, 2013 at 12:08
The view is breathtaking! Hapo utafikiri mtu uko scuba diving ndani ya Indian Ocean kumbe chumbani kwa raha zako huna haja ya mtungi wa hewa mgongoni. Lol....... Hapo nalala usingizi.
Nawapongeza engineers walio jenga hasa ukizingatia volume of water, construction materials, etc... si mchezo kuwa na chumba 16 feet (4.9m) below the ocean's surface..
Comment by Yusha on November 15, 2013 at 8:00
Hayo yote ni mambo ya giza(ya kishetani)
Comment by Tulonge on November 15, 2013 at 1:04

Mimi siwezi pata usingizi hapa kwa uoga.Mara unaona papa ana-struggle kubomoa? Nendeni mkalale wenyewe.Kwanza kuogelea kwenyewe sijui

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