Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? You do.

By Stacey Leasca
Updated March 16, 2020
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Credit: Nickelodeon Hotels and Resorts Punta Cana

In 2016, Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Punta Cana shared a sneak peek of its Pineapple Villa, an accommodation inspired by none other than SpongeBob SquarePants himself. At the time, people were giddy with excitement about the possibility of sleeping in a pineapple under the sea. And now, that dream is finally a reality.

The two-bedroom, three-bath Pineapple is finally open and inviting guests to come to have a magical stay in the Dominican Republic. As the resort explains, the pineapple features “all of the modern amenities and luxurious accommodations” that are also inside its Super Villas, with the unique twist of being both inside a pineapple and all the trappings of SpongeBob’s world.

Credit: Courtesy of Nickelodeon Resort Punta Cana

The decor inside the villa is completely realistic to Spongebob’s home in Bikini-Bottom. That includes both an indoor and outdoor living area, as well as a dining area in the common space.

The living room looks just as you’d imagine, with Spongebob’s signature chair, submarine television, and a statue of one of his best buds, Gary the snail.

The master bedroom is surprisingly chic, with a king-sized bed and jellyfish lamps hanging from the ceiling for lighting. The room also comes with a smart TV so you can stream as much Nickelodeon as you want. The master bedroom also comes with a massive en suite bathroom complete with marble accents, double sinks, an indoor shower, and an outdoor shower and freestanding tub so you can scrub off the day in the open air.

The second bedroom comes with two single beds, its own TV, as well as its own private bathroom, making it the ideal spot for the kids in your group.

Booking the space also means gaining access to its private gardens and patio, as well as the pineapple’s own private infinity pool.

Guests of the pineapple also get a private butler service to take care of your every need including making reservations for restaurants and activities, and even exclusive things like a moonlight beach dinner prepared by the resort’s chef.

The room is available starting at $2,400 a night, which means you’ll certainly have to sell a lot of Krabby Patties to get there, but it will all be worth it.