If you are tired of the usual hotel, visit the unique places on our list.
The coldest hotel (Swiss Ice Hotel)
This hotel built entirely of ice, so the average temperature inside the room does not exceed 5 degrees below zero. But two rooms in this exotic resort costs from £ 195 per day. So that guests didn’t die of the cold, spread out on the floors of bear skin and sleep customers like this “den” in thick sleeping bags. This hotel even houses a chapel where connect married young couples.
The ice hotel is open for visitors only 5 months a year, and with the onset of spring it completely melts under the rays of the sun.
Burj al Arab – most expensive hotel-the skyscraper
Dubai is famous for its highest hotel in the world. 202-meter structure all 202 rooms are two-storey, and a night spent in one of them, will cost 1500 dollars. Continue reading
Unusual hotels in Switzerland
The departure city: Moscow
In Switzerland like wildfire fashion on hotels in unusual places. The tourist in Switzerland to choose from – you can stay in the castle where once lived the bride of Napoleon, or to spend the night in a house without electricity or running water, as well as to speak to the Church in the monastery, you can spend the night in the trees, in the Mongolian yurts and even in a former prison or a bunker. Stay in such unusual places are unlikely to forget!
Alternative to a hotel, for example, can become a glass house-the nest in the trees. Each room unusual hotel has its own kitchen, shower, toilet, and a wood oven, it can fit two to four people. Guests who are afraid of heights, will have to overcome your fear – the cottages are located at a height of 5 to 8 meters.
In Switzerland you can spend a few days there, where once lived the knights, in this castle of dreams. Rotberg fortress proudly rising above the trees some time ago turned into a youth hostel and is now open to all comers.
The decor in the castle is fully consistent with the style of that time – 150 steps lead to the courtyard, behind the thick walls of which are spacious rooms; a spiral staircase rises to the top of the tower where the beloved was Napoleonically his hero. Continue reading
Pascal Camia (General Manager of the hotel Hermitage in Monaco):
Mr. Cumia, you — born Monegasque. A lot of talk about the difference in mentality between you and the French. Is she really that big?
Monegasques are people educated in the French cul tural tradition, but with Italian blood. Such is the mixture. We feel that we are Mediterranean people, however, do not feel French. This is probably because we are only about 8000 people and we view ourselves as family and not as citizens of the state. And Prince albert II head we consider not so much the state as our family.
We try to keep our traditions, they are very important to us. For example, every time the royals celebrate a birthday or any celebration, they have picnics, all are welcome to attend the Monaco. On 12 July, Prince albert celebrates the 10th anniversary of his reign. And to celebrate he’s invited everyone on the Monaco Palace square for a great dinner with cocktails. Continue reading