If you're looking for new and thrilling getaway ideas, lodging in a room with walls and chambers over 65 million years old might be your perfect bucket list add-on.
Located in Peach Springs, Arizona (near the Grand Canyon), the Cavern Suite is the oldest, largest, deepest, darkest underground motel room in the world!
This bizarre stay rests 220 feet below ground level, and can be accessed using an elevator. While you certainly will not be getting the quintessential "room with a view" (it's completely absent of daylight), you can count on having a total silent ambience, as there are no other living things inside the cavern.
As part of the Grand Canyon Caverns & Inns hotel, this particular room has been rated an impressive 5/5 on Tripadvisor, with high praise for the hosts.
Inside the room, you will find two double beds, two sofas, a tv, record player, microwave, mini fridge, sink, and toaster.
Waters and snacks are provided for you from the hosts, completely free of charge.
Although, while available, this one of a kind stay can be a bit pricey — up to $950 a night — if split between friends, the price comes out to $158 per night per person, which is not bad if all six guests cave-in for this adventure!
If you are deeply interested in renting this room, more information can be found on the website HERE.
*Photos taken from Tripadvisor