Weirdest and Amazing Hotels
I always love to travel and after I booked my ticket I usually surf and search for the finest and cheap hotels to the place of my destination. I always searched for the weirdest hotel, motel, hostel or backpacker’s accommodation, that may suit my taste and kind of adventures. The hotel is an establishment where travelers paid their lodging for holidays or as residential purposes, according to the type of room they have chosen. Hotel rooms are numbered or have names for the guests to identify their rooms. Unlike in United Kingdom, there is a law regarding hotel requirements, such as serving food and drinks to their guests. Hostels, are budget type of hotels, with social accommodation rendered to guests where they can rent bunk-beds or beds, like a dormitory style, with share-a-bathroom, lounge and kitchens. Backpackers and students or travelers with enough budget can easily afford the hostel’s rates. Motor hotel or motel, are sometimes called motor inn, motor court, motor lodge, tourist lodge, cottage court and many more names, is a hotel with parking area for their motor vehicles or private garage thus, sometimes it is called garaged motel or drive-in motel.
1) Capsule Hostels , Japan
The Capsule hotel or hostels, are developed in Japan, for the intention of providing basic and affordable rates for overnight accommodations. Since Japan’s recession in 2010, more guests are renting the capsules, especially the unemployed or underemployed, and could also avail a monthly rental.
2) Weird Hotel in China
3) Hang Nga Guesthouse Inn, Dalat, Vietnam
Hang Nga Guesthouse is located in Dalat, Vietnam, also known as Crazy House, because of its weird and spooky features. The hotel is built with large scary tree with unusual designs of rooms, with some spider web hanging on the ceilings. Hang Nga is named after the female architect, who created and designed this weird hotel.
Imperial Boathouse, Cheong Mon Beach, Thailand
4) Three Camel Lodge, Mongolia
The Three Camel Lodge is developed with traditional nomadic style located in the middle of Gobi Desert, built with eco-friendly weird Buddhist architectural designs. There are 30 Nomadic gers or tents made from woods and felt, without using nails to hold the tent together. The authentic tents range from $300 per night.
5) Helga’s Folly Hotel, Kandy, Sri Lanka
Helga’s Folly Hotel, this unique hotel have 40 rooms with unique authentic designs, located on a hillside near Kandy town. The rates are about $100 per night or depending on the rooms of your choice.
Safari Tree house Resort Hotel, India
Safariland Tree house Resort, located in the heart of mountainous of India region, and the most unique and awesome hotel built in gigantic trees. These tree houses are made of bamboo materials that makes them eco-friendly. Room rates from $150 to $250 per night, depending on the room.
6)Bulungola Lodge, South Africa
The Giraffe Manor Lodge, Nairobi
Giraffe Manor hotel, is a small hotel built in Lang’ata, suburb of Nairobi, Kenya for the purpose of saving and breed endangered Rothchild giraffe, and soon be paired and put them back into the wild. Profits of the hotel will go to charitable institutions.
Tongabezi Safari Lodge, Victoria Falls, Zambia
7) Beckham Creek Cave Haven Inn
8) Elkep Elvi Cave Hotel, Cappadocia
Sidi Driss Hotel, Matmata, Tunisia
9) Kokopellis Cave Bed and Breakfast Hotel, Mexico
10) Hobbit house Hotel, Woodlyn Park, Otorohanga, New Zealand
11) Magic Mountain Hotel, Huilo Huilo, Chile
Baobab Hotel, Huilo Huilo, Chile
Elqui Domos Lodge, Chile
12) Hotel de Glace in Quebec City, (Ice Hotel)
Hotel de Glace located in Quebec City, where every year, they rebuilt this amazing cool hotel, with 225 kilograms of ice and 6,800 kilograms of snow. The ice hotel consists of 34 guestrooms, and of course you can see the hotel during winter time.
Ice Hotel in Sweden
13) Igloo Hotels
14) Liberty Hotel in Boston, Former Charle Street Jail (1851) or Suffolk County Jail
Hostel Celica, Former Detention Cell, Slovenia
15) Don Q Inn, Dodgeville with Boeing C97
Winvian Hotel Aircraft Lodge, Connecticut
16) Palacio de Sal Hotel (Salt Palace Hotel)
The Palacio de Sal Hotel or Salt Palace Hotel, is made of salt-blocks, located at salar de Uyuni, the world’s salt flat (grounds covered with salt and other minerals) of La Paz, Bolivia. If you plant to stay in this fantastic and weird salty hotel, there is a rule of “prohibiting licking the walls, furniture, ceiling or other parts made of salt to avoid degrading the quantity”. The hotel has dry sauna place and room for steam bath, a whirlpool bath and saltwater pool.
17) European Weird Hotels
The Harbor Crane hotel is now converted into a luxurious hotel, provided by a modern lift, and the most weirdest and exciting thing, is that you can control from the operator’s cabin your personal crane. Oh, and reminder too, you have to wear your hardhat while working!
Kolarbyn-Skinnskatteberg Forest Log Cabins (Primitive Hotel) Sweden
The Kolarbyn Cabin Log hotel, is a “primitive hotel” with no electricity, and use candle to light up the room. Guests can cook foods, as the primitive way of cooking using fire woods. During the night all you can hear are the crickets, bat’s noises or any night bird’s cry. There is a fireplace provided to warm the room. Isn’t that romantic but eerie?
Woodpecker Hotel, Vasteras, Sweden
Utter Floating Inn, Harlingen, Sweden
The Utter Floating Inn was a former lifeboat converted into a floating lodge, for adventurous people, who loves fishing.
18) Jules Underwater Hotel, Keylargo, Florida
The Jules Underwater Lodge resort can is above 21 feet beneath the sea level, entering through an opening in the bottom of “hotel”, by scuba diving. Guests will enjoy watching marine life through their cabin window.
Poseidon Resort Underwater Hotel, Alabama
19) Null-Stern Hotel, Switzerland (Former Nuclear Bunker)
The Null-Stern Hotel, was a former nuclear bunkers and was converted into hotel in June 5, 2009, and later coverted into a museum in 2010 located in Teufen, Appenzellerland, Switzerland.
Concrete Mushroom Lodge (former Nuclear bunker) , Albania
The former nuclear bunker in Albania, about 750,000 abandoned bunkers are transformed into hotels. That could be extremely weird, staying in a “bunker”, and imagine a sniper sneaking out your window.
Sand Hotel, United Kingdom
The Sand Castle Hotel located in Weymouth Beach, Dorset, England, is built of sand, no roof and no toilet. This sand hotel last only until the rain comes. The rate per night is $21 or 10 British pounds.
20) Ariau Amazon Towers Hotel, Manaus, Brazil
The Ariau Amazon Towers Lodge located on the right bank of the Rio Negro, the largest fresh water in the Amazon, the Anavilhanas Archipelago. The weird authentic is the largest treehouse hotel in the world.
This hostel was built for drinkers and these creative beer in can style hostel is really weird.
This weird and unique hotel is made of real drainage pipes located in a park in Austria. Backpackers can afford the rate of this unique Daspark hotel room.