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Hotel of the week: Jules’ Undersea Lodge

The only way to get to Jules’ Undersea Lodge is to scuba dive to its doors.

Jules’ Undersea Lodge requires its guests to take the plunge—literally, said Jay Clarke in The Philadelphia Inquirer. The two-bedroom inn is submerged 21 feet below the Atlantic Ocean’s surface, just off the coast of Key Largo. The only way to get there is to scuba dive to its doors. The two-bedroom lodge, named after author Jules Verne, offers all the amenities of life above the shore, from air-conditioning to telephones. A “mer-chef” dives down to prepare guests’ dinners, but if you’re still hungry in the middle of the night, the hotel will arrange for pizza delivery. jul.com

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