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For those that aren't terrified of the infinite dangers and unknown terrors of the deep, there can be something quite relaxing about the sea.

Just ask hotel room designers. For years they've been pushing their sea-agenda on us, with an endless stream of easily replicated water-logged paintings, usually involving a yacht and a spot of sunshine.

This time though, they've taken it too damn far.

In the Hilton Maldives, they transformed their underwater restaurant into a suite for those willing to brave a sleep with the fishes.

If you fancy checking it out for yourself then firstly, check if we're free, and secondly click here.

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