If you’ve been watching Island Hunters on HGTV, then YOU KNOW the jaw-droppingly sumptuous private islands that are out there on the market. Every week on our Island Report, we’re bringing you a hot new property you DIDN’T see on the show. Here’s one you won’t forget: Utter Inn in Sweden, a hotel/art project UNDER WATER! Waking up to Swedish marine life encapsulating you, a terrifying thrill or a tranquil refuge depending on how you look at it. Either way, you won’t believe the pictures below! Be sure to catch a brand new episode of Island Hunters in the beautiful South Pacific tomorrow, Sunday 8/9 at 10pm PST / 9 CT!
This place is unlike any other: an art project by Mikael Genberg which offers an underwater accommodation for the public. The facility is entered through a typical Swedish red house located on the surface of the water.
The guests of Utter Inn arrive at the port of Vasteras and are taken out one kilometre on Lake Malaren with an inflatable boat. After receiving all the instructions guests need, they are then left alone.
If guests prefer deluxe accommodation, someone can deliver dinner by boat in the evening. Guests can use an inflateable canoe to visit the closest uninhabited island. Guests can also swim, sunbathe or watch the fish (from both upstairs and downstairs) at the hotel. It’s a remarkable feeling to go to bed while the fish surround and watch you carefully. – Via Private Islands Online