World’s Most Weird and Wonderful Hotels

From sleeping in a hotel constructed purely from blocks of salt, a room with furniture on the ceiling to a hotel 500 feet underground, take a look at this selection of hotels we have found to be amazingly unconventional and guaranteed to leave a lasting impression!

Propeller Island City Lodge, Berlin

Propeller Island City Lodge

At Propeller Island City Lodge there are 30 unique and creative rooms to choose from. Fancy staying in an ‘upside down’ room with furniture suspended from the ceiling? Or how about a diamond shaped room completely covered in mirrors? All rooms here have one of a kind furnishings and will definitely provide a hotel experience like no other!

Hang Nga Guesthouse, Vietnam

Hang Nga Guesthouse

Known as the ‘Crazy House’, Hang Nga Guesthouse in Vietnam is visually quirky and interesting with curved walkways to explore and twists and turns. The Crazy House has 10 treehouses each named and inspired by an animal.

Palacio de Sal, Bolivia

Palacio de Sal

Making use of natural resources, Palacio de Sal has been constructed entirely from salt blocks. Impressively most of the furniture is also made up of salt, from chairs, tables and even the beds. Palacio de Sal is located right at the edge of Salar de Uyuni which is the largest salt flat in the world.

Sala Silvermine Underground Suite, Sweden

Sala Silvermine Underground Suite

It has just one room, and this underground suite is a long way down and took 10 years to carve out! Head 155 metres underground at Sala Silvermine underground suite in one of the world’s best kept mines for a peaceful overnight stay.

Costa Verde, Costa Rica

Costa Verde Boeing

How does staying in a two bedroom suite sound? So far pretty conventional…well what if it was a two bedroom suite modelled from an actual plane? Costa Verde Hotel has converted a Boeing 727 set in the rainforest with amazing views of the beach and ocean.

Das Park Hotel, Austria and Germany

Das Park Hotel

For a unique hotel experience consider Das Park Hotel, where guests can stay in sewage pipes which have been renovated. The cylindrical ‘rooms’ are very minimalist and have a bed and a lamp only in them. Claustrophobes best avoid!

Any of these hotels take your fancy?

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