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The most unusual hotels in the world

Here are the most unusual of the world, through which it is possible to spend a truly memorable holiday!

Floating hotel in Sweden

This hotel has everything you need for work, leisure, food, entertainment and fellowship. And the guests fall asleep and Wake up to the sound of waves.

Sand hotel in the UK

The world’s first sand hotel on Vaatsa the beach in the town of Dorset in the UK.

Hotel in the jungle of Mexico

Comfortable bungalows, judging by the photos, not especially protected against the ingress of wild animals, but with beautiful views of the jungle and the Bay, located in tropical Mexico, close to the fishing village of Lapa. Continue reading

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Luna Baglioni, Venice, Italy

The oldest hotel in Venice is a five – star Luna Baglioni – founded in the XII century. It is well documented that in 1118, it had stopped the Templar knights going on Crusades against the infidels. In the XVI century the hotel was called Locanda della Luna (“the moonlight tavern”).

The hotel’s interiors are decorated with works by the artist Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Giovanni Battista Tiepolo), held in 1992, the renovation returned the building to its original historic charm. There is therefore nothing surprising in the fact that in 2008 Conde Nast Traveler magazine recognized Luna Baglioni one of the best hotels in Venice and Italy in General, and included it in his “Gold list”. With this opinion agreed the travel experts of the magazine Travel+Leisure, recognized him as one of the leading hotels of the world.

Love is here to stay powerful and Hollywood stars: South Africa’s President Nelson Mandela, Senator Patrick J. Kennedy, actors Sean Connery and Michael Douglas, pop singer from America Lionel Richie and many others. For the convenience of the guests the hotel has a private dock, allowing the gondolas and boats to deliver celebrities straight to the front door. Continue reading

Unusual hotels of Europe

The fashion travel has created a tough competition in the hotel business. Some places attract visitors with low prices and modest service. Others luxury and comfort. While there are hotels that come to watch, not to live. Such places become landmarks along with museums, parks and palaces.

One of the most original hotels in Europe is in Berlin (Germany). Propeller Island City Lodge, named after the novel of Jules Verne’s “Floating island”, striking unexpected guests room design. Want to pospast in a snow-white coffin, a cage or a prison cell? Or maybe in the room in the medieval style or the room where the furniture nailed to the ceiling? In “Floating island” no room resembles another. The cost of living 69 — 125 euros per day per person.

Owners are positioning the hotel as a work of art.Facilities also suffered for the sake of art: not all rooms have bathrooms. Some of our guests have access to shared shower facilities.

Jailhotel Loewengraben hotel in Lucerne (Switzerland) is housed in the former Central prison. However, for 90 Euro residents are fed gruel and are forced to sleep on a bunk. From the prison of the past remain some of the attributes for sacramentofor. Overall, the hotel Swiss comfortable: the spacious rooms are well furnished and equipped with modern appliances. Continue reading

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A fancy hotel that seems to be woven from the air
Hotel-wordsmith Theme fusion with nature or even complete dissolution in her care of modern authors, no less than their predecessors, the supporters of organic architecture. The architects of the Swedish…

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GLO Hotel Helsinki Art
GLO Art Hotel Helsinki, which combines the ancient castle of the XIX century, a kind of space Museum with interesting exhibits-the art and style of hi-tech, familiar, perhaps, everyone is…

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