According to the company website, a one-night stay for two people in a private cabin is priced at around Rs 36,000, while the cost for two individuals in the Grotto is Rs 57,000.

In the United Kingdom, a hotel named Deep Sleep Hotel has commenced operations, offering guests the extraordinary opportunity to slumber 400 meters (1,375 vertical feet) beneath the surface of a Victorian mine. Situated beneath the Snowdonia mountains in Wales, this establishment, as reported by Metro, holds the distinction of being the world's deepest hotel. Operated by Go Below, guests are required to venture through the abandoned slate mine to access their lodging.

Reaching the hotel isn't as straightforward as one might assume. Upon arrival at the Tanygrisiau Base, guests embark on a 45-minute hike into the mountains, commencing at 5 pm. As you draw nearer, you're outfitted with a helmet, light, harness, and boots, prerequisites for delving into the depths of the world's deepest abandoned slate mine. The descent itself takes about 60 minutes, culminating in your arrival at the hotel.

"Afterwards, a warm beverage and essential information will be provided, followed by a leisurely evening ahead. A complimentary expedition-style meal, featuring options for meat lovers, vegans, and vegetarians, is served at our spacious covered picnic table. Subsequently, you're invited to retire to your bed for a profoundly restful slumber," details the hotel's website.