Utter Inn – Västerås, Sweden Depth: 10ft
A single underwater room in a Swedish lake near Stockholm. The Utter Inn is the brainchild of Mikael Genberg, a local artist and sculptor. The single room of the hotel lies 3m below the surface of Lake Mälaren in Västerås, Sweden, with only twin beds and a table in it. Underwater room opened in June 2000 on the coldest, rainiest day in the whole summer. Despite that it was a great success. The Utter Inn stimulates the most typical of Swedish dreams: to have a small Swedish red house on your own island. On top of that you can spend your night three meters underwater with panoramic windows in all directions. There is a remarkable feeling to go to bed while the fish are surrounding and watching you carefully. You are in an aquarium – for fish.