Although many of us choose hotels for their low prices, comfort or amenities, it is always fun to learn about some of the more unique hotels around the world. There are plenty of strange hotels to choose from around the globe but some stand out among all of them.
Here is a list of some of world’s strangest hotels. A night here would be different yet memorable.
The Ice Hotel, Quebec
Each year, 225 kilograms of ice and 6,800 kilograms of snow are used to create the Ice Hotel in Quebec. It’s made into 34 rooms, and guests can stay in a frozen wonderland for the night. It is not something you see every day! [Image via Sergek]
The Giraffe Manor, Nairobi
If you love animals and have only seen a giraffe in zoo then head over to the Giraffe Manor in Nairobi. There, you can stay in close quarters with real live giraffes for a truly unforgettable experience. [Image via davehoutx]
Ariau Towers Hotel, Brazil
Imagine looking out your hotel window and being greeted with a phenomenal view of the Amazonian canopy. At the Ariau Towers Hotel, you can do just that. [Image via ecofotos]
Dog Bark Park Inn, USA
Dog lovers will get a thrill out of the Dog Bark Park Inn. This hotel is shaped like a dog and you can even stay in the dog’s head! Few hotels offer that sort of feature. [Image via Erin]
Daspark Hotel, Austria
If you thought most discount hotels were plain, take a look at Daspark hotel. Guests sleep in actual drainage pipes at this unique hotel.
Starwood Resort, Spain
Designed by architect Frank Gehry, the Starwood Resort is one of the most unique hotels in the world. From the outside, it has a wavy, indescribable appearance that is sure to make for a memorable experience. [Image via canduela]
Wagon Stays, New Zealand
Guests who wish to experience what the original settlers did sort of experience can stay in well appointed wagons turned into rooms at Wagon Stays in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Jules Undersea Lodge, USA
Few hotels are below the water and give view which are simple amazing and indescribable. Jules Undersea Lodge is a definite treat. Watch fish swim right by your hotel window!
Skye Lighthouse, Scotland
Everyone loves a good lighthouse. The Skye Lighthouse allows you to spend the night in one, making it one of the most unique hotels on the planet.
White Cliffs, Australia
Get in touch with your inner caveman by staying at White Cliffs. The rooms here are carved right out of the side of a cliff, offering truly one-of-a-kind accommodations.
Author Ahsan Mukhtar