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
Hotel “Bristol-Zhiguly” hotel is located in business and historical centre of the city on one of the main streets – Kuibyshev street, which was then called Noble. The hotel is built in the art Nouveau style of the 19th century that really draws the eye of people passing by.
And now we will plunge into history.
In 1870 he began to build the mansion of Elizabeth I. Subbotina, and the construction of this building was delayed for nine years. And here, in 1879, the inhabitants of the city could see a brick building with plastered façade. Three floors of the house were the most optimal for a tavern (hotel) buildings. If you look at the plan, the building looked like the letter “T” and the horizontal part was beautiful frontage on Noble street (now Kuibyshev), and vertical into the quarter.
A little later, the mistress began to take right wing of the first floor of a shop Franz A. Neumann, and the left wing of the first floor, the entire second and third floors were entirely given over to rent for hotel. Continue reading
Who from us though time in life dreamed of being famous? Glory, respect and worldwide acclaim – it all may open before a person any doors. And if popularity was overtaken on the road of life, we don’t think about the fact that the external glitter and tinsel of universal love sometimes is loneliness and oblivion.
But glory still haunt many, and to join it is not so difficult.
Quite possibly, your friend, back from holiday, says with delight that he lived in a hotel room, where he stayed Jim Morrison! And the next time the employee will send you a postcard from overseas, which boast that lives in the room where once whiled away their leisure time by herself Greta Garbo.
Many hotels in the world, once inhabited by famous people – writers, musicians, artists, politicians, exist to this day, despite the fact that some of them go back hundreds of years. And rooms “with the name and history of” all also available to guests. Continue reading