The most unusual hotels in the world
From whimsical to downright strange – here is a list of the most unusual hotels in the world.
Hotel Propeller Island City Lodge, Berlin, Germany
It’s not even a hotel, but rather an art project, named after a science fiction novel by Jules Verne’s “Floating island”. All 30 rooms of the hotel do not like each other, but the creativity of the author not to take: there is room-the crypt room with the beds, coffins, a room with a lion cages, mirror room, room is a prison cell.
Hotel No Man’s Fort 4*, Portsmouth, UK
The building – this Victorian Fort, which was built between the years 1867 and 1880 to protect Portsmouth from attack from Napoleon III. Today it is a luxury hotel with 22 bedrooms, a penthouse in the building of the lighthouse, night club, Jacuzzi and a tag.
The Palacio de Sal 3*, Uyuni, Bolivia
The hotel is located on the Uyuni salt flats, dry salt lake in the South of the desert plains of the Altiplano. The building itself was also built from salt, and salt made most of the furniture. Impressive lobby, bar and 16 EN Suite rooms, Central heating and electricity.
A stay at the Dog Bark Park Inn 3*, Idaho, USA
The design of the hotel displays the term “dog lover” to a whole new level. Simply put, the hotel is a … huge dog, and a puppy. Guests are accommodated in a room in the “trunk”of a dog, and a cozy relaxation area is “muzzle”. Of course, in this hotel welcome guests with dogs.
Hotel Magic Mountain Hotel, Reserve Huilo Huilo, Chile
Hotel Magic mountain is located in the reserve area of over 60,000 hectares, where there are hot springs, unexplored lakes and direct access to the volcano Mocho-Choshuenco. In appearance the building is a very real mountain, overgrown with grass, on slopes which run rapid streams of water from the fountain on top. This is truly, a magical place! You can stay either in rooms in the main “mountain” or in a secluded forest houses in the neighborhood.
Icehotel Hotel 3*, Jukkasjarvi, Sweden
Twenty years ago in Jukkasjarvi opened the world’s first ice hotel. Every year in November the ice from the Torne river mixed with snow (this mixture called “snice”), to rebuild the hotel and offers themed suites, different every year.
The Hotel V8 Hotel 4*, Boeblingen, Germany
Car fanatics, this hotel will appeal. All rooms are designed beats automotive topics – there you will find details of antique cars and racing memorabilia, and the like.
Das Park Hotel, Linz, Austria
Who would have thought that virtually a bare concrete can be easy? The hotel is set in a converted sewage pipes, thankfully, clean and functional spaces like that are inexpensive, unusual post-industrial hotel on the banks of the Danube.
The Hotel Marqués De Riscal 5*, Alava, Spain
The hotel is located in the heart of the wine district of La Rioja. Design of the avant-garde, with huge, shimmering pink and violet titanium ribbons that clearly stand out against the vineyards. The hotel has a cosy restaurant and bar and a separate Spa.
Hotel Crane Hotel, Harlingen, Netherlands
Forgive the less than glamorous – port – the location of the hotel, and appearance, a crane – after all, inside is all very rosy and fun: bright and stylish rooms are located at a height of 45 meters, offering stunning views of the Wadden sea.
El Cosmico, Marfa, Texas, USA
The owners call it “nomadic”. Indeed, the rooms at old trailers, Safari tents, yurts and camping tents. And if you say that it is questionable housing option, it means that you have not been inside.
The Hotel Central & Café, Copenhagen, Denmark
It is believed that this is one of the smallest hotels in the world. This boutique hotel to a whole new level – with only one bedroom the size of 2,5X3 meters. Despite these tiny dimensions of the room, here would fit a double bed, bathroom, TV and Minibar. And Yes coffee in the morning and not need to go far!
The Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort 5*, Huzhou, China
This hotel is nicknamed “the doughnut” for its extraordinary odds. Hotel on lake Taihu is 27 stories above the water, and two under water, with luxurious interiors, lobby, paved with white jade from Afghanistan and tiger’s eye stone from Brazil.
Hotel Null Stern Hotel, St. Gallen, Switzerland
The building is a former nuclear bunker. The world’s first “hotel with zero star” (actually, even the name of the hotel translates as) offers more than simple terms, but there is a Butler that can bring you your morning coffee.
Inntel Hotels Amsterdam Zaandamn 4*, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
The facade of this hotel consists of about 70 “stacked” together houses – from cottages to country houses, typical of the region. The hotel has a Spa centre with a swimming pool, a Turkish bath and a Finnish sauna.
The Hotel Capsulevalue Kanda, Tokyo, Japan
Capsule hotels – a phenomenon in Japan, popular. But not too cheap: the unusual room of this hotel will have to pay around £ 30 per night.