A five by seven foot “moon pool” entrance in the floor of the building makes entering the hotel much like surfacing through a small swimming pool. Divers find themselves in the wet room, the center of three compartments that make up the underwater living quarters.
The wet room, as the name implies, is where divers leave their gear, enjoy a quick hot shower and towel-off before entering the rest of the living area.
The lodge is really just a giant suite with two tiny private bed rooms and a main common room. All rooms have with telephones intercoms, TVs and books and giant 42" inch round windows. They even have iPod docking stations too!
If you're worried about safety (and you should be) the hotel monitors the joint 24-7 ensuring that guests have fresh air, water, power, and communications back up to land.
Overnight stays start at $475 a night but beware, check-out time is an early 10 am. If you've been down to the Jules Undersea Lodge sometime after the year 2000, send us some updated pics!