A life of luxury is something we all have dreams of living. However, that luxurious hotel room with stunning views is old news. It’s 2019; it’s time to experience something different, something better, and something memorable. It’s time to elevate your next travel experience, and we’ve got a great way to do so. The Anthenea Floating Hotel Suite offers all of the above and more. Inspired by the 1977 Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me, this unique retreat is an aquatic luxury lair.
This sea-faring stay is the brainchild of naval architect Jean-Michel Duacancelle. This unique suite is an eco-friendly pod, and it is entirely self-sufficient. The floating hotel room features five solar panels to provide power while also boasting responsible wastewater systems. The interior has been sustainably crafted, boasting outstanding attention to detail and a modern aesthetic. The interior comes with a wet bar, a lounge, a living room, and a master bedroom with a circular soaking tub. The living spaces are wrapped in expansive glazing, an upper-level solarium with seating for 12 affords 360-degree views of the tropical scenery.
Take a closer look at the Anthenea Floating Hotel Suite in the images below and head over to Anthenea to plan your stay. What an excellent way to embrace paradise. Keep it locked here to The Culture Curators for more exceptional travel destinations and suites coming soon.
Photos via Anthenea