Hotels in the world very much, some of them attract customers “mnogovektornosti”, luxury and level of service, others have a quaintness and extravagance, and still others combine both. What are the most unusual hotels in the world?
The Sala Silvermine (Sala, Sweden) is located at a depth of 155 metres in a former silver mine. The hotel room is only one, but there is also a Banquet hall for 60 people. The hotel is not empty, and wishing to stay there must book in advance.
Besides underground, there are underwater hotels. One of them was on archipelago Key Largo (Florida, USA), popular among American divers. The hotel is converted from a mobile undersea laboratory and shipped at 9-meter depth. Thanks to the large portholes, guests have the opportunity to admire the beauty of the underwater world.
Another is Poseidon Undersea Resort in Fiji, comprising of 73 rooms, of which are located at a depth of 15 meters under water, including a gorgeous Nautilus area of 300 sqm with glass walls. Continue reading
One of the essential attractions offered by upscale hotels, — the “postcard views”. Therefore, the size and quality of glazing in the building coupled with its location become a kind of measure of luxury.
To opening the Windows of the panorama of the city have shown major local attractions in the most advantageous ways, all the location, and number of floors, and window structure, and properties of glasses. Moscow hotels are among the most successful combination of all these characteristics, perhaps, in Ararat Park Hayatt Moscow on Neglinnaya street.
A ten-storey building, erected in 2003 on the draft workshop 22 the company “Mosproject” in the place of fashion in the 60s of the restaurant “Ararat” (ironically built it the previous head of the workshop 22 — Karo Alabyan), almost equidistant from the Bolshoi theatre and TSUM Department store, red square and Gum Department store, the historical monuments, “culture centers” and epicenters of shopping. All of them are visible at a glance, even from the rooms on the high floors. Continue reading