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. Continue reading
Once again HolidayCheck awards the most popular 99 hotels in the world. 530 thousand users revealed 99 of the best hotel in the world. The largest European travel portal, based on the feedback of the past 2011, identified the 99 hotels that were most frequently recommended and highly appreciated by users, HolidayCheck. The company congratulates the managers of the hotels-the winners from such an honorable award by the HolidayCheck Award 2012.
This year the award is given in 7 categories, namely:
1) the Best hotel in the country, the competition involved 21 countries
2) Best hotels in the category “Family holiday”
3) Best hotels in the category “Holidays for couples”
4) Best hotels in the category “Beach holiday”
5) Best hotels in the category “Sightseeing tours” Continue reading