Australia’s first underwater hotel, Reefsuites, allows you to mingle with the Great Barrier Reef’s rich marine life without wetting a toe!


Australia is home to magnificent natural features like the Great Barrier Reef, Shark Bay, Ayers Rock, 12 Apostles, and more. Is a touristy trip with a few selfies the best way to explore these marvels? Something that can help you explore the Great Barrier Reef in a new and novel way is Australia’s first underwater accommodation- Reefsuites. The unusual hotel offers you a front-row seat to the mesmerizing marine world and for a lot more than a few minutes. You’ll get an up-close look at the aquatic world outside through the glass by day and at night when the light lights the water outside.


Reefsuites will offer two premium underwater hotel suites, each taking you on a surreal trip underwater with panoramic floor-to-ceiling views of the deep blue. The king double or single twin suites are apt for two people who want to enjoy uninterrupted, 360-degree vistas of the sea life.


While a rich marine life, the bluest waters, and this exceptional setting enthrall you outside, inside the suite, premium bedding, essential amenities, and a comfortable suite ensure an unforgettable under-the-sea experience.


There is no TV or mobile reception for obvious reasons, so you and your partner make the most of this rare opportunity sans distractions of the bustling, chaotic life on land.


The trip of a lifetime commences with an all-inclusive return cruise on a high-speed vessel through the Whitsundays to the Reefworld Pontoon. There are as many as 1,500 species of fish to witness, plus turtles, rays, and, if lucky, even sea monsters. Guests can engage in private guided snorkeling tours, semi-submarine tours, access to the underwater observatory, and swimming. If you wish to unwind and relax, then indulge in premium beer and wine along with tasty meals created by onboard chefs using the freshest produce. Another excellent feature of your Reefsuites stay is a long-table dinner under the stars on the pontoon’s upper deck.

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