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The most unusual hotels on the planet

Usually, tourists are looking for simple, clean, cheap hotels. But in the world there are hotels, stay in which may overshadow the experience of the whole holiday. These places are really unique.

How about living on the seabed? Or sleep in the bed, hanging in the air? In the end, you can rent a room made of ice or salt.

Hotel Unique, Sao Paulo, Brazil

In the heart of the prestigious district of Sao Paulo dominates the building of this unique hotel

Attrap’ Reves Hotel, France

Each room in this hotel consists of a ball made of green plastic. The rooms are surrounded by forest.

The Poseidon underwater resort, Fiji

If you have ever wondered what it’s like to live under water, now you have a real chance to try. The rooms are designed to make fans of the depth can fully enjoy the view of marine life. Continue reading

Most unusual hotels in Slovenia

A holiday in Slovenia is already unbanal. And if we choose an unusual hotel, with bright impressions of the trip you will be exactly achieved.

A tree house for honeymooners

Recently more and more hotels, which themselves offer a lot of new experiences to its guests. Some propose to spend the night in concrete pipe, the other a crane, third in the old plane.

Today is not unusual to spend a night in a cable car in the French Alps or to try yourself in the role of a hamster, living in a room resembling a cell, of course with a rotating drum. In Slovenia, too, has its unusual hotels and hostels, where guests can combine relaxation with unique experiences.

Don’t want to spend the night in jail? In the centre of Ljubljana there is an unusual hostel “CELICA” (Camera). It is located on the famous street Metelkova, in the heart of the informal culture of Slovenia.

In the times of Yugoslavia on the territory of today’s bars and Nightclubs Metelkova were military barracks, and the building housed a military prison. In the 90 years here began gather nonconformists from the whole Ljubljana, spontaneously there were bars, Nightclubs and other entertainment for young people. 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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