The most unusual hotels in the world

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

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Many have heard about The Ice Hotel in Sweden. This is the famous ice hotel. All the objects are made of ice: the reception, bar, lounge, beds and even ice plates. To rent a room in the Ice Hotel is possible from December to April. As entertainment there are two races in dog sledding and snowmobile safaris.

In contrast to the Kingdom of the snow Queen at the Swedish – Magic Mountain Hotel in Chile. The protected areas in this hot country attract thrill-seekers, and hotel, representing a fabulous mountain with many caves, as if descended from the pages of Lord of the rings. However, “the cave” is a comfortable accommodation, but you can only get inside by a suspension bridge.

But the 24 rooms at the Poseidon Undersea Resort in Fiji is located on the ocean floor at a depth of 15 m, the transparent part of the wall, finishing in the 50-metre capsules used leather and marble. For fans to feel part of the underwater natural community have the opportunity to feed marine life. Continue reading

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Unusual hotels in Switzerland

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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

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