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.
Berlin’s Propeller Island hotel is known for quirky interiors of their rooms developed by its owner — a musician and artist Lars Strastnom. Among them is the issue of “Freedom!”, designed in the form of a prison cell with proamong the wall instead of the entrance, “Upside down”, “Flying bed”, etc. the hotel has 30 rooms, they never empty and constantly being improved in accordance with new and creative ideas of the owner.
Hotel Magic Mountain Lodge opened in 2005 in Chile at the reserve, Wilo — in a beautiful place with pristine untouched nature. The architects and designers had the most “fit” in the hotel environment, so it was built in the form of vegetated mountains with a waterfall. The hotel has 13 rooms, a library, a bar, a restaurant, conference rooms, nursery, sauna, swimming pool. A special “highlight” of the hotel are the baths with running water from thermal springs, in a huge hollowed-out trunks of ancient trees. Access to the hotel is possible only by a hanging staircase.
Hotels on trees in many countries — USA, China, India, Sweden, UK, Greece, Kenya, Zambia, Costa Rica, Peru, etc.
The most unusual of them — the mirror cube and the flying saucer:
Ice hotels in Finland, Andorra, Sweden and Canada every winter rebuilt:
In Costa Rica, as the hotel uses a decommissioned Boeing 727:
In Austria — concrete pipes:
In Australia, the former prison building:
Glass room at the Bubble, France, a project designed by Pierre Dumas.