Private Floating Pod Hotel Straight Out of a James Bond FilmVarious locations
It used to be only James Bond that stayed in floating pods, but soon you can too. Anthenea is the extraordinary new concept, dome-shaped living space on water, inspired by Roger Moore’s sleeping quarters in the 1977 Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me.
The unique sphere has been designed to resist the rise and fall of the ocean, meaning you’ll feel less like a sailor on rough seas and more like the lucky traveller you are when sleeping in the pod’s extra-large bed (circular, of course). Panoramic sea views are on offer when you wake up, thanks to the 360 degree glass windows that skirt the perimeter of the dome. There are luxurious breakfast and lounge areas, and in some cases, a spa and solarium.
The daytime can present some tricky decisions; do you take a freshwater or seawater bath? Or maybe a swim in your own private section of the ocean?
With no underwater foundation, Anthenea is completely compatible with ecosystems the world over, and is fully solar powered.
If you’re like us in that you’re salivating at the prospect of channelling your inner James Bond, keep an eye on the Anthenea website for the launch date - that's still tbc.