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Most unusual hotels in Europe

According to statistics, about 80% of Ukrainian tourists prefer Europe for independent travel. This is not surprising because it focused a myriad of attractions, as well as organize trip you can even with a modest budget. But few travelers know of the existence of original, unusual and very affordable hotels, accommodation in which will bring a lot of new experiences and will stay in Europe even more intense and interesting.

The most unusual hotels located in Switzerland. Germany. France, Italy. They are the following:

Hotel Lindenwirt (Germany), is unique in that its rooms are in wine barrels, and the outside attached bathrooms. In addition there were regular rooms, some of them created in the XVII century. Double room cost about$ 75 a day.

Hotel Alcatraz (Germany ). This hotel is located in a former prison. And regulations of the prison here, instead of the usual bath robe you will be given striped pajamas, and Breakfast will be served through the window by the door. Small cell rooms with barred Windows kept the prison environment. Continue reading

“Floating island” — an Unusual Hotel in Berlin

Fantastically unusual hotel is a private hotel, which is located in Germany, Berlin. The hotel was named after a novel by the great writer Jules Verne, which in Russian sounds like “Floating island” . The original hotel called L’ile a helice, which literally translated sounds like “the Island with the screw/propeller”. The full title of this small hotel in Berlin: Propeller Island City Lodge. In Russian language the name of the hotel translates as “City house-island with a propeller”. Permanent host is Lars Strachan.

The hotel “Floating island” all rooms are themed, and the design and interior is created by just one person – Lars Strasheim, which I am sure that almost every one of its rooms can influence and even change the consciousness of its inhabitants.

If you often like to perform in front of a mirror much time, then you will love a night spent in the mirror room, called “room for Narcissus”. It looks like a polygonal room decorated entirely with mirrors (!), there is a feeling that you’re in a kaleidoscope. A lot of their own reflections and others, for sure, can drive You crazy. Continue reading

Unusual hotels which are located in the cave

Unusual hotels which are located in the cave

On that not only are the owners of hotels to attract the guests. The course is reduce prices, unusual decor in rooms and other options. But there are hotels where guests can live under the earth, and not just under the ground and in the cave.

Les Hautes Roches

These hotels is a French hotel Les Hautes Roches. However, his rooms are in the rock, but the meeting room is located in a real cave. This hotel built in the 18th century, there are only 14 rooms. Its territory extends to the river Loire. The property has a large garden, an outdoor pool and a restaurant. The rooms have an unusual finishing of stone. The result is that when fully modern equipped rooms, with private bathroom and toilet, mini-bar, LCD TV and telephone, remains the overall impression that the rooms hollowed in the rock. From this hotel you can take excursions to such landmark in the history of France is a place, like the castle of Amboise, which is 19km away, and explore the castles of Chenonceau and langeais. 8 km away is the city Tour. Caves Hotel Jamaica Continue reading

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