Some of The World’s Most Unusual Hotels

Hotels are used for both business and pleasure, and while there are a number of luxury hotels available, sometimes people yearn for something a little different. While the following hotels can be seen as unusual, they do make for an interesting stay.

Treehotel: Harads Sweden

As you can no doubt tell from the name, Treehotel is indeed a hotel in a tree. As well as allowing guests to revisit their childhood, they can also stay in the Cabin, a UFO-shaped capsule lodged in a tree. Guests can even take advantage of a tree-based sauna.

Camping: Mount Kilimanjaro

Hang on, camping doesn’t count as a hotel does it? Well, in other contexts, no, but climbing Mount Kilimanjaro can only be complimented with camping there as well. As well as coming face to face with raw nature, you are free to pitch up where and when you want, although you might want to rely on someone like the KilimanjaroClimbingCompany.com to show you the best spots. And you can also pick your own view, and the views that Mount Kilimanjaro hold are really something to embrace.

Propeller Island City Lodge: Berlin, Germany

Sometime a room with a bed and storage just doesn’t cut it, so those looking for something with a little more ‘character’ should consider the Propeller Island City Lodge. The vainer may wish to opt for the room that is built using a selection of angled mirrors. Similarly, those looking for something with a darker tone can stay in the crypt, where the beds are coffins.

The Dog Bark Park Inn: Idaho, USA

If the name wasn’t unusual enough, wait until you read about the hotel itself. Dog lovers are more than catered for in this USA-based hotel, as it shaped like a dog. The 12-foot beagle is able to accommodate four people, and is owned by chainsaw artists. It should come as no surprise that the hotel is indeed, dog friendly.

Icehotel: Jukkasjarvai, Sweden

Just like the Treehotel was named due to it being in a tree, the Icehotel has been named due to it being made of ice. The hotel is actually rebuilt annually, so you’re unlikely to stay in the exact hotel more than once, unless you become a fan. While it remains an unusual choice for somewhere to stay, there’s no denying how captivating a hotel made out of ice can be.

The hotel rooms are kept at -5C every day. Evidently, this temperature will require more than your standard pair of pyjamas, so guests wear the provided boots and thermals and enter the room with a sleeping bag. Such a hotel is probably not the best if you’re just away on a business trip, but for those looking for something out of the ordinary, the Icehotel certainly provides it.

There are plenty more hotels that offer a unique experience regardless of your tastes, While not for everyone, ‘strange’ hotels generally just provide something out of the norm, and therefore tend to be that little more memorable than your generic hotel stay. Research your hotel before you leave so you know exactly what to expect during your stay.