One of Sweden's most unusual inns is only open seasonally, from April to early December. It's a very small inn, very rustic, but the price for a nightly stay clocks in at $400 – $500. So what's the catch?
The Utter Inn looks like a normal lakeside hotel just east of Sweden's capital.
But it's not just lakeside. It's actually on the lake.
The small shack you see above the water is only the entrance point. The actual hotel is beneath the surface of the water.
Mikael Genburg, the Utter Inn's designer, said he was inspired by the thrill of guests experiencing sleeping underwater for the first time.
There is a window on each side and you feel completely submerged in the water.
You can literally sleep with the fishes.
Visitors tell Mikael that their underwater slumber is the best sleep they've ever had in their lives.
Credit: DailyMail UK