10 most unusual hotels that will blow your mind off

Are you dreaming about a vacation full of extraordinary emotions? Even when travel is limited at the moment, we can always plan for the future and bookmark places to go to.

If you are searching for something really extraordinary, strange or impressive, then you just can't miss these 10 most unusual hotels from around the world. Those hotels are truly unique and they will be a real treat for all those people who prefer to sleep under the roof of a place, which has its own unique spirit and character.


1. Cove Haven Resorts, Pennsylvania

Are you looking for something over-the-top? Try soaking yourself in a bubbly glass.

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2. Montaña Mágica Lodge, Panguipulli, Chile

This hotel is situated in the thick jungles of Chile’s Huilo Natural Reserve. From the outside, it looks more like a volcano, but instead of lava from its peaked roof, you get a booming waterfall.

PS: Are you afraid of heights? Cause the only way to enter is through a rope bridge.

Photo credits: https://www.atlasobscura.com


3. Ooops Hotel, Sweden

Don’t let this hotel fool you into thinking it’s drowning, half submerged in Lake Mälaren. This illusion will make you take a double look at it closely, but you have absolutely nothing to worry about.

Photo credits: https://blog.cruisefashion.com/


4. Dog Bark Park Inn, Idaho USA

They sure know how to take the term ‘dog lover’ to a whole new level. Guests can enjoy their stay and experience living inside this 12-foot beagle.

Photo credit: https://happyeasygo.wordpress.com


5. Hi Jail Hostel, Ottawa

Ever spent a night in jail? This hostel is inside a 150-year-old former jail, and some say it's haunted. Hunker down among stone walls and iron doors, or even sleep in your own solitary confinement cell. The best part is, you are free to leave whenever you want.

Photo credits: https://hihostels.ca


6. Icehotel, Jukkasjärvi, Sweden

The Icehotel is a product of its environment. When the Torne River turns to ice every year, a new Icehotel is created in this small village of Jukkasjärvi, in the north of Sweden. The ice from the frozen Torne River transforms to design and architecture - an ephemeral art project and the world’s first, and largest hotel built of snow and ice.

Photo credits: https://www.designboom.com


7. Das Park Hotel, Linz, Austria

Who would have thought that concrete could be both functional and comfy? These rooms are constructed from repurposed, incredibly robust drain pipes. From the outside, it looks like the perfect post-industrial bolthole.

Photo credits: https://www.telegraph.co.uk


8. Inntel Amsterdam Zaandamn, Amsterdam, Netherlands

The amazing patchwork view of traditional wooden cottages that are typical for Zaandam district of Amsterdam from the outside of this hotel. This is built with nearly 70 houses stacked together!

Photo credits: https://www.inntelhotelsamsterdamzaandam.nl


9. Arctic TreeHouse Hotel, Rovaniemi, Finnish Lapland

This hotel sits in the heart of Arctic nature. In contrast to the meticulously designed accommodation and nest-like cosiness, the panoramic views from the windows provide impressive spectacles of the forest and Arctic skies. You can now catch the Northern Lights and Midnight Sun from the comfort of your bed.

Photo credits: https://www.archdaily.com


10. STF Kolarbyn Ecolodge, Sweden

This is Sweden’s most primitive hotel. There’s no electricity, no showers, nothing fancy at all, just nature. If you love the outdoors and wildlife, you are going to love this place.

Photo credits: https://www.wildsweden.com

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