These $4.7 million floating villas in Dubai have underwater bedrooms

You can take in views of the sealife below water, or the Dubai skyline on the upper decks.

by | Published on 30th Aug 2022

If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to sleep underwater, The Floating Seahorse villas in Dubai offer the perfect taste of it.

Offering 371.9 square meters (4004 square feet) of space, each features two bedrooms and three bathrooms.

There will be 131 floating villas made, each priced from $4.7 million.

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The obvious stand-out feature of The Floating Seahorse villas are the underwater living spaces.

Both bedrooms sit below sea level, with floor-to-ceiling glass allowing you to take in the view of the sealife.

There’s even coral attached to the side of the villa to attract fish right up next to the windows.

While they can be configured as bedrooms, you can also use them as traditional lounge rooms.

Of course, there are plenty of other incredible views offered beyond those under sea level.

There are two upper levels on the villas, both of which feature yacht-like wooden flooring.


As the villas are part of The World Islands development in Dubai, there are stunning views of the Burj Khalifa and the Dubai skyline from its upper decks.

You’ll be able to take in these views from a covered patio dining area, or from inside a big jacuzzi.

Given the high price tag of $4.7 million, The Heart of Europe offers buyers an extensive 100-year warranty on all floating villas.

For convenience, there’s also 24/7 check-in and room service for when you wish to hop aboard your villa.

You can also easily embark to or from one of The World Islands with floating piers to provide access.

They are without a doubt some of the most unique holiday homes or investment properties you’ll ever come across.



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