Check out the STRANGEST Hotels Around The World! From amazing tourist destinations to bizarre but awesome hotel rooms like the ice hotel, this top 10 list of crazy hotels in the world is amazing!
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10. Treehouse Lodge Resort, Iquitos, Peru
The Treehouse Lodge Resort is located in the Peruvian Amazon rainforest. It can only be reached by an hour-long boat ride from Iquitos. After arriving, guests have to climb between 35 and 60 feet into one of eight circular tree houses that sit up in the forest canopy. They have thatch-roofs, a railing, curtains and optional mosquito netting. Definitely take the option!!
9. Utter Inn, Sweden
This hotel is a bit fishy. That’s right: it’s underwater! Though there are many underwater hotels around the world now, the Utter Inn in Sweden is very special. It is the project of a local artist, located in the middle of Lake Malaren. At first glance, it just looks like a small cabin on a floating platform.
8. Crane Hotel, The Netherlands
This upscale hotel comes with a strange twist. In Harlingen, a crane on the docks has been converted into a hotel that has boasted tons of high-end corporate clients including Red Bull, Louis Vuitton and Heineken. When they began renovations on this crane that, at the time, was sitting in an abandoned fishing wharf, they left the observation windows for a fantastic view of Amsterdam which sits just across the river.
7. Palacio de Sal, Bolivia
This one is pretty unique! How about a hotel made entirely of salt?? The walls are salt, the floor, the ceiling- even most of the furniture! It makes sense because the Palacio de Sal in Bolivia, which means the salt palace, is located just 15 miles away from the famous great salt flats of Salar de Uyuni, where all their raw material from.
6. Propeller Island City Lodge, Germany
This hotel is all about artistic creativity. Propeller Island in Berlin is quite the spectacle. It has a total of 27 rooms, all of which are unique, with an entirely different theme. There’s one room that is a prison cell, another that is a crypt- with coffin included, and a room that is entirely surrounded by mirrors!! When I was thinking about the different themes that each of these rooms could have, none of these came to mind.
5. Hotel Lindenwirt, Germany
This hotel is also located in Germany, except instead of Berlin, its home is in Rudesheim in Rhine Valley, which is famous for its wine. They’re unique twist is that you can sleep in a wine barrel! Don’t worry, they’ve tried to make it more comfortable than you think. And the beds are separated so if you are hoping for a romantic night, might be tough. But, it is surrounded by beautiful views! The house has been run by the same family for generations!
4. Hobbit Motel, New Zealand
Located on the North Island of New Zealand is the Hobbit Motel at Woodlyn Park. Inspired by the Lord of the Rings, these units are located in the side of a hill with grazing donkey and sheep. Not only is it hobbit themed but it has its own kitchen, living area and bedroom making it completely self-sufficient housing! The motel contains ten units total.
3. Magic Mountain Hotel, Chile
This magical place is right out of a fairytale. It’s a mountain on a mountain! And to get to it you have to go through a waterfall, high up in the Andes mountains in the Chilean Forest. The Magic Mountain Hotel peeks out from the Huilo Huilo Reserve in Chile. It is a wooden cone, covered with moss, gnarled with vines, and a waterfall cascading down from the pinnacle.
The Icehotel located in Jukkasjarvi, Sweden, is, you guessed it, the largest hotel made entirely from snow and ice. Even more than a hotel, it is an art exhibition that was founded in 1989.
Even your bed is made out of ice! This keeps the temperature throughout the hotel around 23 degrees Fahrenheit.
1. Karostas Cietums, Latvia
This is one strange hotel where you will need to sign a waiver! It’s name is Karostas Cietums, located in Latvia and it was a prison during WWII. Now tourists are paying to spend the night there for the full “prison experience”. This is one case of turning dark history around, I guess. It previously housed revolutionaries, Stalin’s enemies and later the KGB during the Cold War.
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