Hello, hi and good day: we've come to the conclusion we'd like to be very rich, so can we have some money please and thank you. Wait, what? What do you mean that's not how it works? PLEASE?
Because not only would it mean we could pay all the money in the world for meet & greets and get pics with all our faves (or not, in Beliebers' cases), but stay in these ridiculously cool under water hotels, too.
1. Atlantis The Palm, Dubai
If you have a casual £5,500 PER NIGHT (yup) to spare, head over to Atlantis The Palm for a seriously emmersive experience, with the luxury suite featuring a huge aquarium alongside the king size bed, meaning you can watch the sea world go by as you drift off to sleep. Ridiculous, but also SO FRICKING COOL. (via)
2. The Manta Resort, Pemba Island, Zanzibar
After a quick wooden boat journey from the land, The Manta Resort's underwater accomodation is half in, half out of the water - meaning you can sunbathe above deck, and stare at the fishes from the bedroom below deck. The dream. (via)
3. Niyama Subsix, Maldives
If sleeping under water doesn't float your boat (ahem), why not try the submerged night club over in the Maldives? If you can think of something better than pulling some shapes to One Direction and looking at fish outside the window at the same time, we salute you. (via)
4. Poseidon Undersea Resorts, Fiji
Situated on Poseidon's Mysterious Island (oooh), the Undersea Resorts feature a restaurant below the sea as well as ridiculously cool bedrooms and ACTUAL, PROPER TUNNELS LIKE IN AN AQUARIUM. BUT UNDER THE SEA. This shiz is cray. (via)
5. Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, Maldives
Although this isn't a hotel, you might wanna stay forever once you've seen the dining room. It was one of the first undersea restaurants, is made completely of glass and gives you a total 180-degree panoramic view of the surrounding sea life. So beaut. (via)
6. Jules' Undersea Lodge, Key Largo, Florida
This is the oldest underwater hotel to exist, and is situated off the coast of Florida and near Puerto Rico. It's located 21 feet beneath the surface of the sea and you have to SCUBA DIVE DOWN into the foyer. Is that cool or is that cool? (via)
7. Conrad Maldives Rangali, Maldives
The hotel's restaurant is located 16ft beneath the surface of the Indian Ocean, meaning the glass roof and walls lend for AMAZING views of the coral, fish and general sea life swimming around and doing their thing. Might not wanna have your fish finger sandwich after that, though. (via)
If you need us, we'll be breaking into the bank of England. Not really. But we wish.