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🕳️ Stay in the Deepest Hotel in the World 🏨

Sleeping 1,374 feet underground is possible... in Wales.

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Deep Sleep beneath the mountains of Snowdonia National Park in Wales is said to be the lowest sleeping place in the world. Opened only in April of this year, the base is located in a mine and offers two different types of accommodation.

Both places are designed for two people and can be booked once a week for an overnight stay from Saturday to Sunday. Choose from four cabins with two single beds and a romantic grotto with a double bed.

Currently, the only available dates are from October onwards. It should be noted, that you should also have a higher level of fitness: due to the hike to the accommodation. When you walk along the old stairs, tracks, and bridges, the route is considered quite challenging. In addition, the temperature deep below is only about 50 degrees Fahrenheit year-round. However, the cabins are insulated.

Upon arrival at your accommodation, dinner will be waiting for you. The next morning you will be woken up around 8 am and after a small breakfast snack you will set off back into the daylight.

The price for an overnight stay starts from around £350, which is the equivalent of around $440 USD. The romantic grotto stay will cost you upwards of $691 per night. More information can be found on the property's website. The video below gives you a peek into the experience.

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