Night during the trip need to spend so then another six months to tell your friends about it! So say the owners of many hotels in Germany and there trying to come up with something to surprise guests. Just clean sheets and good service is dead boring! But to Wake up in the morning in a wine barrel, a tent on the ship’s deck or cheese – that’s what today’s tourist wants! And he gets it.
50 and into the barrel
In Rüdesheim, tourists can sleep in a wine barrel, with all conveniences. Such overnight stay at hotel Lindenhof Hotel. The hotel consists of six the oak barrels for wine, each of which has two built in beds are 1.85 m long. To the inhabitants of the drums felt right at home, each of them added to a small living room and a bathroom. Here are just a telephone in the wine vessels is not, so Wake up here the old fashioned way – by knocking on the door. Night in the manner of Diogenes is not a crazy whim, but a logical continuation of the day. The fact that hotels round the clock pour: the hotel specialises in and is famous for its wine tastings. Continue reading
Hotel Hüttenpalast in Berlin is more reminiscent of a miniature village: accommodation-cabins (Hütten in German translates as cabins) are scattered throughout the factory. Next to each “cabin” is a cozy furnished house territory — with benches, tables, flowers and trees. The guest chooses your taste suitable dwelling type — van of the 60s, a wooden house or a bathroom. In return, the guest gets two in one: camping indoors at any time of the year and all the benefits of modern civilization — Wi-fi — Internet, clean shower, Breakfast and owners welcome.
So yet an unusual hotel concept called glamping (glamping). Glamping is an increasingly popular trend in the tourism industry in Western countries. The word formed by merging the words glamour (the glamour) and camping (nature-friendly). So glamping is camping, not coupled with any difficulties and discomforts. The concept of glamping at the hotel Hüttenpalast realized first-class — get comfortable, original and most importantly — budget “Palace of the hut” comes in 10-ku the cheapest hotels in Berlin. Continue reading
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