Guests can finally experience what it's like to sleep with the fishes, and not in a bad way. The Jules Undersea Lodge in Florida lets guests sleep overnight in an underwater lodge.

For about $800 a night, two guests can stay at the world's only underwater hotel where they have to scuba dive down 21 feet to reach it. The lodge, which used to serve as a research laboratory, is in the middle of water filled with reef fish, tropical angel fish, snappers and barracuda, which makes for an awesome view.

Inside the lodge are two bedrooms that have telephones and DVD players. There is also a lounge with dining and entertainment areas. Each room also has a 42-inch round window so guests can take advantage of the sights in the Emerald Lagoon. If guests get hungry, they can have Papa John's delivered to the underwater lodge. If they want something a little fancier, guests can book a private chef to dive down and cook them dinner.

The "cottage-sized" hotel has the comforts of home like hot showers, a well-stocked kitchen with a refrigerator and microwave, books, music and movies.

The $800 package for two includes diving gear, pizza dinner, breakfast with coffee or tea, orange juice, and your choice of cereal. Plus water and snacks.

"Waking up to view a pair of angelfish looking at you through the bedroom window is a sight you'll never forget," Ian Koblick, owner and co-developer of the Lodge said according to the Daily Mail.

Guests must wear scuba gear as they dive down to the lodge. They enter in an area that is filled with compressed air so that the water doesn't flood it or cause it to rise. One guests enter the 5ft by 7ft entrance in the floor of the building, they enter a wet room where they can take the scuba gear off.

"When guests visit Jules' Undersea Lodge in Key Largo, Florida, they discover that the name is no marketing gimmick," the lodge website says. "Just to enter the Lodge, one must actually scuba dive 21 feet beneath the surface of the sea. Diving through the tropical mangrove habitat of the Emerald Lagoon and approaching the world's only underwater hotel is quite an experience."

"Even from the outside, Jules' big 42 inch round windows cast a warm invitation to come in and stay a while, relax and get to know the underwater world that so few of us have even visited," the description adds.

Once guests are inside the hotel, qualified scuba divers are free to roam around, stay overnight or take a three-hour diving trip for an additional fee.

A single person stay costs $675 a night. All guests must be a certified scuba diver or they can take the Discover SCUBA Diving certification for $95, which is not a full certification.