An underwater city has always captured the imagination\u2014especially after James Bonds\u2019 adventures in The Spy Who Loved Me. The Muraka Underwater Hotel lets you play the part of the intrepid MI6 agent, where Bond fought with the evil mastermind Stromberg--you\u2019ll have nothing to deal with here but ultimate luxury and a team of dedicated butlers.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\u201cMuraka\u201d means coral in the native language of Dhivehi in the Conrad Maldives Rangali Islands. The suite doubles with accommodations above and below the water\u201416 feet below the water to be exact. Below the water, you\u2019ll find rooms for living, dining, and entertaining; a bathroom; and a sleeping space with a king-size bed, all beneath a curved acrylic dome designed by a New Zealand based design firm. There is also an underwater restaurant, the Ithaa, for guests staying at the resort. The peaceful and serene setting will make for healthy appetites, peaceful sleep, and romantic moments. The underwater quarters connect topside via a spiral staircase. Above water, there is a gym, a bar, an infinity pool, the butlers\u2019 quarters, a sunrise-facing deck, and an ocean-facing bathtub. The villa measures 652 square meters\u2014550 above and 102 below.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe build cost of the two-story hotel villa is north of $15 million, which might justify the $50,000 per night cost. The villa can accommodate up to nine guests (that\u2019s $5,555 a piece if you\u2019re doing the math).\r\nCheck it out\r\n\r\n\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.