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You Can Spend The Night At The Bottom Of A Shark Tank In This Epic Room

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If you're looking to spend a night in a room that really makes a splash, you're in luck.

I just came across a listing on Airbnb for an epic underwater room.

That's right. The French design agency ubi bene recently teamed up with Airbnb to create an insane underwater bedroom situated in the middle of a shark tank at L'Aquarium de Paris.

This cylindrical glass-encased bedroom sits at the bottom of a 30-foot-deep tank, and it features 360-degree panoramic views, making it the perfect spot to get a glimpse of the shark-infested waters.

But, that's not all. On April 11, 12 and 13, Airbnb will be giving three lucky winners a complimentary one-night stay for two in this insanely awesome room.

If you're looking for a chance to stay in this marvelous marine space, all you have to do is submit an application that highlights why you should get the chance to experience this amazing underwater endeavor.

Take a look at the pictures below to see this outrageous Airbnb.

Airbnb currently has a listing for a bedroom...at the bottom of the sea.

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OK, well maybe it's at the bottom of an aquarium, but that's basically the same thing, right?

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This insane cylindrical bedroom sits at the bottom of a shark tank in a Paris aquarium...

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...and provides panoramic views of the surrounding waters, so it's an ideal spot to score some breathtaking views of the 35 sharks circling the outside.

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If you're lucky enough to win a one-night stay, you'll be greeted with an underwater dance by none other than Fred Buyle, a renowned free diver and shark fin-atic.

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After settling into your deep-sea dwelling, Buyle and a marine biologist will give you an exclusive tour of the aquarium. Then, you'll wrap up the evening by dining alongside your fellow shark friends...

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...before finally retiring to your badass bedroom for the night to sleep with the fish.

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Citations: Airbnb Is Offering Guests A Free Stay At Its First Underwater Listing In Paris (DesignTAXI)