HotelYouWant tells about the most unique and exclusive hotels all around the world. All hotels are placed on the this map. Once you’re planning your trip – visit HotelYouWant and find your dream hotel! You don’t even imagine how many lovely, unusual hotels are located all over the world! And we will show you them!
Discover The Most Unusual & Unique Hotels Of The World
Hotel Arctic is built on IceForjd in Ilulissat. This magnificent beauty of nature has been awarded the UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004. Whilst staying at Hotel Arctic, it would be a life-changing experience to visit the active glaciers of IceForjd. PRICE from: € 258 per capsule/night
We have come a long way from five-star resorts and luxurious hotels. Sure, these expensive accommodations hold their charm for the elite, but the modern-day millennial traveler is now looking for something cheaper, convenient, and with some personality. PRICE from: € 63 per capsule/night
Bed and breakfast accommodations are no longer modest, convenient spaces where couples can spend a casual weekend together. Of course, the lodgings are still a popular romantic gateway, but the facilities provided have become more exuberant and extravagant. The Hever Castle, for instance, is among those rare places that give you the best of royal luxuries and simple homely pleasures. PRICE from: € 197 per room/night
Located to the south-east of Colombo is Yala, one of Sri Lanka’s liveliest national parks with a variety of flora and fauna calling the park their home, namely the endangered leopard, who finds here a safe and nurturing environment. PRICE from: $728 per room/night
Imagine living amongst great hulking forts, surrounded by the oceans on all sides, cut off from civilization. No, we are not taking you back to the prehistoric times and abandoning you to live as the primitive people did, but only laying the background for a fascinating gateway in the middle of nowhere – the No Man’s Fort in Portsmouth, England. PRICE from: €662 per room/night
Remember those beautiful old movies with characters traveling in beautiful and luxurious trains with an outstanding view from their suits? Only a famous film adaptation of Agatha Christie’s “Murder on the Orient Express” alone is worth a million mentions.
Hotels today are more about grandeur and adventure than merely offering luxuries. An ideal lodging space today would be more than just a pretty place with decent facilities. In order to truly shine in the hospitality industry, a resort must be successful to entice the guests and entertain them. PRICE from: €662 per room/night
Imagine the cobbled medieval streets, decorated with hundreds of luminous Christmas lights; aroma of freshly brewed mulled wine; decorative deer, nutcrackers and Santa Clauses looking out from the shop windows and cafes and, of course, fluffy snowflakes spinning in the air to the holiday music.
If you are an adventurous traveller with a fine taste for uniqueness in character and history, try the LoftHotel Sen Pczczoly, a unique hotel in Poland. Nestled in the center of Warsaw amidst the scenic bounty of picturesque Śródmieście Południowedistrict, LoftHotel Sen Pszczoły is a self-catering, unique boutique hotel. PRICE from: $43 per room/night
These days, hotels are not just about luxurious furnishings and facilities. A five-poster king-sized bed, a state-of-art bathroom or even a jacuzzi don’t really impress the millennial traveler. Most hotels offer all that and more. PRICE from: $89 per room/night
At V8 Hotel you can sleep in a shiny car-bed, live in a room peppered with retro memorabilia, and be surrounded by the most luxurious services always at your disposal. PRICE from: $177 per room/night
If you’ve always wondered what it would’ve been like to have a cruise vacation aboard an ocean liner in the 30s, you’re in luck. How thoroughly exhilarating it would be to experience timelessness and soak in the old-world charm that liners like The Queen Mary have on offer. PRICE from: $130 per room/night
Sky-high building, apartments, shopping centers and flyovers are a common sight in most modern metro cities. However, every once in a while, we come across a building that towers over everything else.
Travel aficionados these days are looking for more immersive experiences with a view to take in the culture and history of a place, rather than just visiting the popular tourist spots and ticking one more place off the bucket list. PRICE from: $55 per bed/night
So, what makes a country rich? The GDP, i.e. the gross domestic product and the per capita income are the two fundamental criteria taken to calculate the economic prosperity of a nation. Let us look at the top 20 richest countries in the world in 2018 ranked in order of their per capita income.
With winter around the corner, the tourism industry is booming with business. Mountainside cottages and warm beaches are ever in vogue with the average traveler looking for an escape from the din and chaos of city life. PRICE from: €419 per suite/night
Okay, let’s be clear: free hotels do not exist. But the hotel’s “free accommodation” does! If you are doing a lot of traveling, scoring another free hotel stay in one of your favorite hotel chains will not only reduce the expenses for your trip but remain a pleasant bonus.
Gone are the days of castles and chivalry, they have long been replaced by skyscrapers and factories. Don’t worry though, you can still catch a glimpse of those glorious years of gallantry without having to give up your modern lifestyle. Many castles are now being renovated and converted into lodging spaces entertaining the elite tourist and lone traveler alike. PRICE from: €204 per suite/night
While there are the Oscars, Emmys, Grammys and other prestigious awards just waiting to be whisked away by the best of the best in the coveted entertainment industry, there are also awards specially designated for airways.
Few countries around the world can match the beauty and magic of Namibia, a land of stripy safari sunsets, exotic biodiversity and rich culture. Namibia is what we call “Africa for beginners”, you get the authentic African experience without having to give up on your everyday luxuries. PRICE from: €486 per suite/night
Let your mind drift to the most exotic locations around the world. From tropical rainforests to snowy mountain retreats – there is no dearth of travel destinations around the world. Here is a list of 25 such best places to travelin the world where you can spend your leisure days and rejuvenate.
Hotels are popping up everywhere – from the most exotic tropical locations to the highest peaks – you’d find a luxurious charming lodging space awaiting your presence. The small but prominent landlocked country of Switzerland is no different. PRICE from: €276 per suite/night
Black-maned lions walking against Kalahari dunes, sandy stretch of beaches lapped up by two oceans, star-studded desert skies and majestic mountain ranges – South Africa is every traveler’s dream destination. And it’s not just the fascinating landscape and diverse wildlife but the rich culture and local heritage still preserved and respected in the region that lure globetrotters. PRICE from: $150 per suite/night
Beatles fans have always flocked over to Liverpool, the place where it all began. And if you find yourself in Liverpool looking for a complete Beatle’s experience, the Yellow Sub is where you should be. PRICE from: $660 per suite/night
The famous writer Agatha Christie said that life during a journey is a dream in its purest form. However, as it often happens, without money one cannot bring this dream to a reality. So what if one can combine traveling and job together to get an unforgettable mix of emotions for a minimal price?
Hospitality in Africa is a strange mix of urban sophistication and rustic charms. Namibia is a hotspot for solo travelers and couples this holiday season for all the right reasons. Here, guests can enjoy the authentic African experience whilst basking in luxury. PRICE from: $600 per suite/night
We rarely pay attention to staircases and consider them just as a part of our road or building. But the truth is, some ladders can leave as bright memories as those places to which they lead. And when it comes to world’s scariest ladders, not everyone would dare to make it through without the nerves of steel.
Finding a simple yet unique hotel is a tedious task. The Flophouze Round Top hotel is a refreshing change from all the generic beachside resorts and BnB cottages. It is a series of refurbished shipping containers that were once used to transport goods by land and sea. PRICE from: $250 per suite/night
The Earth is our home and we love it. We can never get bored of its beauty and all the things it offers us. However, the Earth can be a mysterious and scary place too. For many years, places such as the Bermuda Triangle have kept people wondering what it is that makes it so inexplicable, dangerous, scary, and fascinating – all at the same time.
Time travel has been one of the most popular tropes in contemporary science fiction ever since H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine was published. Once considered a trivial category of pulp literature meant only for children who could not tell the difference between science and wishful thinking, the genre has since managed to carve out a niche readership for itself.
Travel accommodations for alcohol aficionados are getting impressive by the day. What better way to spend your summers than downing tequila shots in the place the where beverage was invented, right? The town of Tequila in Mexico is an upcoming tourist hub for all the right reasons. PRICE from: $170 per suite/night
Brilliant colors and blazing lights in perpetual motion, dancing, swirling, changing shades every passing moment- no amount of fireworks can compete with this show of nature! That’s the Aurora Borealis for you – the greatest show on Earth. It is one of those rare jaw-dropping sights that you have to see for yourself to believe. Winters are usually the ideal time to catch this spectacular light show.
One usually associates Amsterdam with warm coffee shops, intricate canals, and cobbled streets. However, the city is so much more than the stereotypical art galleries and its much famed rustic charms. Over the years, the city has grown into a modern space that is walking abreast with the changing times without compromising on its cultural heritage. PRICE from: $386 per suite/night
Running for the hills might seem like a good idea at first, but not everyone is cut out for the primitive life. Up there in the mountains, you are completely at the mercy of nature. You are cut off from civilization, bereft of even the simplest of luxuries like clean water and electricity. PRICE from: $178 per suite/night
Imagine staying up late, all snuggled up with your partner under the covers, being lulled to sleep by the gentle chirruping of crickets outside. There’s a nip in the air, there are mountains surrounding your abode, and you don’t have to wake up for office next morning. PRICE from: $77 per suite/night
Though increasingly taking a backseat as a medium for speedy travel, trains continue being the transport mode for the middle-class traveler and won’t go extinct anytime soon. An invention just around 400 years old, people across cultures have been fascinated by them and built tributes to them by constructing beautiful terminals for them. Read on to know about the world’s 15 most beautiful stations.
Five-star luxury hotels and generic beachside resorts are a thing of the past. The millennial traveler is tech-savvy and extremely picky. He is no longer satisfied with a lodging space that is just “homely” or “comfy”. PRICE from: € 80 per suite/night
The earth is a vast place with many unexplored areas. As someone with an explorer spirit, you might love to venture out into the unknown and experience an adventure every now and then.
We’ve all seen our fair share of elite hotels and five-star resorts. These modern accommodations offer guests an escape from their everyday life into the lap of luxury. However, nothing can quite match the elegance of an actual castle when it comes to pampering guests with the ultimate vacationing experience. PRICE from: € 190 per suite/night
The Blue Lagoon is a geothermal spa and one of the most visited tourist attractions in Iceland. Starting in 1976 as a wastewater deposit from the adjoining geothermal plant, it has an amazing and amusing history.
Imagine a space that is customized solely for you. The suite is comfy, compact, and cut off from the chaos of cities. That is every introvert’s dream! Yes, Capsule hotels are a thing people, and apparently pretty popular among solo travelers especially in China. You’d find these individual pods all over the city. They range from hostel like lodging to plastic tubs in sci-fi settings! PRICE from: € 17 per person/night
The restaurant business has been booming in recent years and simply serving good food will not be sufficient for success in this industry anymore. In a bid to outdo each other, restaurateurs have been coming up with creative concepts to offer customers a truly “fine” dining experience. The most recent happens to be sophisticated restaurants located at sky-high altitudes with aesthetically-pleasing decor that allow you to enjoy gourmet cuisine, away from the hullabaloo of the city, with a breathtaking view.
Over the years, lodging spaces have evolved drastically from generic bedrooms to unconventional accommodations. Today, you’ll find hotels in the unlikeliest of places – in caves, upon trees, inside igloos and now even on airplanes. Hotels and airplanes are a lot more common than we care to admit. PRICE from: € 365 per suite/night
Santorini is the Thera of the classics, an island in the southern AegeanSea. It is the southernmost Cycladean island where a volcano wiped out the earliest settlements on the area. The resulting caldera is not the only attraction though as it is the Mediterranean society that makes Santorini what it is.
Some hotels proudly flaunt their oversized rooms, and some boast about the spacious balconies with mesmerizing views of the city. It’s almost surprising, then, that for an equally popular hotel in Japan, the USP is ‘only so much space as you practically need’! PRICE from: € 31 per person/night
Ireland continues to attract visitors from far and wide with its temperate weather, friendly people, scenic landscapes, and of course, whiskey. Apart from its natural beauty, the country is home to some of the oldest and most historically rich castles in the world. Even better, quite a few of them offer accommodations to visitors to live in an actual castle!
Why a tour agent if one has the right travel app? Whether it be travelling with your partner or going solo, using the right travel app would ensure not only a trouble-free and adventurous trip but would also save A LOT of money in the process. Over the last few years, zillions of travel apps tailor-made for specific needs have entered the market. Below is a list of the 10 best ones you need absolutely need to consider before planning your next trip.
Take a break from your life and plan a trip to the stunning castle resorts of Ireland. Ballyseede Castle in Ireland combines the best of history and luxury, offering guests the perfect retreat into their happily ever after. PRICE from: € 126 per suite/night
Are you looking for a break? Do you want to escape reality for a while and just bask in solitude? Well, we got the perfect place for you. Somewhere between managing careers and taking care of the kids, the romance and passion fizz out from marriages leaving behind nothing but monotony and stagnancy. PRICE from: $130 per suite/night
A visit to Paris, without ever seeing the Eiffel Tower, is a travesty of the worst kind. Ever since it was revealed to the public eye all the way back in the 19th century, this man-made wonder has seen visitors from all over the globe, all of them marveling at this gigantic stature that allows everybody to see Paris from atop.
Lose yourself in the relaxing rocking rhythm of the ocean. Experience it all on the luxurious cabins of the Guntû floating hotel. Fascinated already? Read on to know more about this amazing hotel and reasons why Guntû should be on your bucket list this holiday season. PRICE from: $2700 per suite/night
Hotels can be found everywhere – trees, mountains, under the sea, and now even under the ground. And this is nothing new. You would be surprised to know that many of them have been around for half a century. Nowadays, they come in a wide range of styles and budgets.
The Quadrum Ski & Yoga Resort is located at Gudauri, among the Caucasus mountains. It is situated 2200 meters above the sea level. It is the first boutique hotel in the Upper Gudauri, in the Republic of Georgia. PRICE from: €98 per room/night
To explore the eternally beautiful city of Rome is a dream for people across the globe. It holds a charm which makes you want to return to witness its charisma again, and again. Undoubtedly, it is an important spot for tourism in Europe, and has imbibed cosmopolitanism and modernity into its celebrated history.
Winter is here and holidays come with it. Yes, it is that time of the year again when Santa is busy making his list of naughty and nice children. And as the holidays approach nearer the traveler in us awakens, desperately trying to break free from the shackles of monotony. Are you looking for a memorable place to spend your vacations? PRICE from: €590 per person/night
We have come a long way from the stone ages. Life today, though far more comfortable than yore, has become increasingly complex and cut off from nature. Don’t worry though, you don’t have to run for the hills and renounce your luxuries to experience nature in all her raw glory. What better way to explore the bountiful beauty of nature than to visit the exotic corners of the planet? PRICE from: $464 per night
When it comes to luxury, you can’t imagine some of the wonders on offer till you actually experience them. They happen to be among the best tributes to mankind by mankind. Here is a list of the top 10 luxurious hotels spread across the world offering different kinds of luxury that would often be beyond your wildest dreams.
If you dream of watching sunsets over the Savannah, then we have the perfect vacationing spot for you. Africa, for its entire wilderness, is still one of the few places on the planet where nature reigns supreme. Almost everyone wants to go on an African safari and now’s your chance! PRICE from: $ 650 per night
Nestled high up in the Peruvian Andes is Cusco, the capital of the Inca Empire. Even though most tourists use Cusco as a starting point for their trip to Machu Picchu, the city is well-worth a visit in itself. Lovers of history and architecture will find plenty to keep them occupied at Cusco.
The hotels we find today offer so much more than just a warm bed and piping hot meals. Lodgings today are an indispensable part of your vacation. Looking for a unique, magical and enriching holiday experience? The Ortenia Apartments in Slovenia is just what you need this holiday season. PRICE from: € 200 per night
We all need a break from our busy schedules at some point, and what better way to spend your free time than to go on holiday. However, you won’t be able to experience the new sights and sounds unless you have comfortable accommodations. Now, “comfortable” for most people means finding a decent room at budget prices. But for the uber rich, money is no concern. They are more interested in the amenities available at the hotel and the quality of service. And the hotels featured below are offer guests some of the most luxurious services imaginable for the right price:
Want to experience the adrenaline rush of a safari without having to deal with the discomforts of a primitive, basic lodging? Enter, Olimia Adria, an incredible vacationing spot where all your dreams come true. PRICE from: €180 per night
Go offline and connect with nature at this peaceful hideaway in the Swedish wilderness. The Vipp Shelter Hotel is a modern escape that helps its guests disconnect completely from modern living. PRICE from: €1000 per night
The Canary Islands in Spain have long been a popular holiday destination, with many heading there to enjoy the year-round sun. But what many tourists don’t know is that every island is different, each with its own sparkling personality. And one of the best-kept secrets of the Canary Islands is Tenerife. Colorful and family-friendly, Tenerife has a little something for everyone, from fancy nightclubs and shopping malls to peaceful fishing communities and parks. Throw some whales and dolphins into the mix, and Tenerife sounds like the perfect Instagram-worthy vacation spot. To truly appreciate all the beauty of this island, however, decent accommodations are a must. Check out a list of the best hotels in Tenerife.
Treehouse Lodge – the only lodge of it’s kind in the Amazon Rainforest – is an all-inclusive, luxury lodge located at the confluence of the serene and protected Yarapa and Cumaceba Rivers near the PacayaSamiria Reserve. PRICE from: $530 per suite/night
Kimpton EPIC is an urban resort in Downtown Miami. Sun-worship poolside, relax at Exhale spa and enjoy cocktails at Lilt Lounge. Downtown hotels in Miami blend urban sophistication with fun in the sun. PRICE from: $319 per suite/night
With rapid urbanization, cities have become the most important points of human existence. Sites of the biggest human activities, a country’s prestige depends on the functioning of its cities. Here is a list of the top 10 largest cities in the world in terms of population that showcase the best and the worst of human achievements.
A sustainable and ecologically sympathetic hotel featuring groundbreaking architecture in beautifully isolated surroundings, a truly incomparable getaway. PRICE from: €433 per suite/night
Imagine a scenario when you’ve just missed the last train and are stuck all alone on the streets of Tokyo. What to do? Simple book a sleeping pod at the compact capsule rooms! Capsule hotels are fast becoming a convenient option for most urban dwellers who want a cheap yet comfortable hotel to crash in for the night. An accessible, affordable and practical accommodation, these hotels are quite popular among tourists as well. However, for all its minimalism, capsule hotels can be a unique experience for solo travelers.
For anybody on the lookout for an accommodation experience that offers more than a slice of history, Radio Tower of St. Brelade in UK is the answer. The tower is among three observation towers built during the German Occupation when Hitler planned to build the Atlantic Wall from Norway to Loire. It is located at the south-west tip of the shoreline of Jersey within the National Park of Jersey. PRICE from: $290 per suite/night
Finland’s most magical destination? Cosy up in a glass-topped igloo at Kakslauttanen and look out for the Northern Lights. PRICE from: € 418 per suite/night
Michael Held wrote in his autobiography, “Don’t grow up too quickly, lest you forget how much you love the beach.” There is something about a beach that can bring out the child in you. The waves, the salty smell of water, the conch shells are all meant to make you happy.
Holidays are the best time to let go and pamper you to the fullest. A picturesque location, beautifully furnished accommodation and a few luxuries and you’re set. But, wouldn’t it be better if vacations were more than that? Vacation time is not just for relaxing but also trying out new things, stuff you don’t have time for in your monotonous routine lifestyle. PRICE from: $ 300 per suite/night
Over the years, Dubai has become a city of dreams, and offering almost everything in the world as it does, it is not difficult to see why. So why not live the royal dream for a few days in this city of dreams? Here are the 15 best hotels in the largest city of the UAE where you can get the taste of the life of the kings from the Arabian Nights.
With winter finally here and the White Walkers around the corner, it is only fitting that you spend your vacations freezing in the cold and prepare for the Long Night. Well, GoT references apart, a snow hotel is a great way to beat the heat and rejuvenate. PRICE from: € 350 per suite/night
It has long been established that people can be, well, people, and come up with things that are unusual, to say the least. Here are some restaurants which have gone on to become world class mentions not only for the food offered but also for the unique experience they offer. After all, cultures all over the world have established that having food is not just about eating, but also about looking at the world in a particular way. So here is a list of some of the weirdest restaurants which you should definitely pay a visit to when you are nearby.
Somewhere far, far away, hanging off the end of the Chilean Lake District, in a wooded stretch of coastline near the far end of the island of Chiloe, there’s an upside down boat.In this boat is Espejo de Luna, aka Lef, a hotel and café serving some of the most resourceful food in Chile. PRICE from: € 197 per suite/night
A honeymoon by the beach is a fantasy as old as romance, and what better way to realize it than by dancing under the stars on the silver beaches in Maldives?
Located at OostelijkjeHandelskade 34 in Amsterdam, the Llyod Hotel & Cultural Embassy is a mere 10 minutes tram ride away from Amsterdam Central Station and 8.31 miles away from Schipol Amsterdam Airport. It is the very first 1-to-5 stars design oriented hotel in the world, meaning that guests from all sections of the society can avail its services while exploring Dutch culture. PRICE from: € 51 per person/night
Clink78 is London’s most original backpacker hostel. This former courthouse has been converted into an ubercool hostel. Stay in a real prison cell, surf the web or chill out in one of the courtrooms! PRICE from: € 51 per person/night
Staying at a reasonably priced hotel is one of the best ways to save money on accommodation while traveling in Japan.One of the most reasonable places to stay at in Shinjuku is the Luxury Capsule Hotel AnshinOyado. It is located near the train station which makes it convenient for business and sightseeing purposes. PRICE from: $51 per suite/night
What is a country but the willingness of some people to stick together? It is all in the head really, scary though it sounds. In fact, the oldest of the entities mentioned here doesn’t even have a proper location. Here is a list of the 10 very small countries that stand as testimonies to the indomitable spirit of us humans. Enjoy!
Nestled within a forest in Hesse, Germany is Robin’s Nest Treehouse Hotels, a destination spot for those wanting a unique and rustic getaway. There, visitors can sleep among the treetops and leafy branches, admiring uninterrupted views of nature. PRICE from: $175 per suite/night
With a stay at the world’s first year-round ice hotel, this is your chance to combine beautifully frozen nights with summertime delights. After sleeping in a suite of ice watched over by artist-carved wonders, you’ll warm back up with sauna visits, gourmet meals by a Michelin-trained chef and a full complement of optional activities. PRICE from: $ 183 per suite/night
Located in the Rue d’Edimbourg in a music loving neighborhood, the Idol Hotel is a colorful Parisian boutique hotel that pays homage to its neighbors, like the Municipal Conservatory of Paris and nearby instrument makers. PRICE from: € 125 per suite/night
A new hotel in Amsterdam, Netherlands, is catering to a new generation of travellers. CityHub combines the privacy and comfort of a hotel with the community feeling and affordability of a hostel. PRICE from: $98 per suite/night
There’s no better way to experience a location than to peer down upon the landscape from a great height. Observation decks can be found on tops of modern skyscrapers, over deep canyons and high mountains. Here you’ll find 10 observation decks around the world offer some of the world’s most breathtaking views.
Located in the Virgin of Guadalest Valley, an environment of high scenic value 50 minutes from Alicante, VIVOOD Landscape Hotels, the pioneering network of sustainable design tourist destinations inaugurated the first landscape hotel of Spain. PRICE from: $196 per suite/night
Combining Cristiano Ronaldo’s jersey initials and brand image the Pestana CR7 is a beautiful boutique hotel in the striker’s home city. PRICE from: $122 per suite/night
Part of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, Keemala is the perfect place for honeymooners, couples and families wishing to get away from it all whilst making it as busy or relaxed as you wish. PRICE from: $375 per suite/night
Each year, a United Nations service compiles a list of the happiest countries in the world, and this year is no different. The World Happiness Report sees a top ten that might make you want to visit.
Located deep in the enchanted rainforest of Vancouver Island, guests can rent one of three hanging spheres, strung up 5 metres above the forest floor, accessible only by a spiral staircase wrapped around a tree trunk. PRICE from: $130 per suite/night
The original luxury lodge in Patagonia, the Explora is nestled deep in Torres del Paine National Park on top of a beautiful waterfall, the Salto Chico. From this prestigious location in the park, the hotel affords excellent views of the Paine Massif and two of the three impressive towers which give the park its name. PRICE from: $3300 per suite/night
Amangiri, a luxurious hotel in Utah USA is popular among tourists for all the right reasons! Catering to families, young couples and solo travelers, the place gives you the perfect escape route from the rush and stress of reality. PRICE from: $1800 per suite/night
No matter who you are or what you do, look within and you will find the desire to see the world. Whether you want to see new places, or are looking to move or study abroad, now you can do exactly that – and get paid for it!
Like at no other hotel in Europe, the bungalows at Hôtel Palafitte are built on stilts above the scenic waters of Lake Neuchâtel, and enjoy panoramic views of the Alps and Swiss countryside. PRICE from: $357 per suite/night
Located just outside of Stockholm-Arlanda Airport, Sweden, this former Boeing 457 has swapped engines for bedrooms to offer visitors a unique overnight stay they will never forget.PRICE from: $105 per suite/night
Pumphouse Point is Tasmania’s newest wilderness retreat, offering a unique Lake St Clair accommodation experience inside the Tasmanian World Heritage Area. PRICE from: $280 per suite/night
Hotels have existed as long as we can remember. Weary travelers have always wanted a place to rejuvenate and crash in after a hectic day of wandering around. From small lodging spaces to large luxurious accommodations, the hotel industry sure has developed drastically over the years.
Do you know that there are unique hotels that don’t look like all the rest? We’ve collected the most spectacular, the most unique and exclusive hotels of the world – on all 5 continents!
Trailer hotels, airplane hotels, eco hotels, ice hotels etc.
Castle hotels, mountain hotels, windmill hotels, concept hotels etc.
Capsule hotels, jungle hotels, cave hotels, underwater hotels etc.
Wild animal hotels, tree hotels, desert hotels, art hotels etc.
Island hotels, beach hotels, boat hotels, remote hotels etc.