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Reet Cheema Mar 10 2014

Which are the Weirdest hotels in the World?

Mercy Jacob Mar 10 2014
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If you wish for something more than just an ordinary hotel and wanted to sleep in an unusual setting, then here’s a list of the Weirdest hotels in the World so that you can experience something unique and just as exciting as an adventure trip!

Propeller Island City Lodge

One of Lars Stroschen’s works of art, Propeller Island City Lodge has 30 rooms and each room has a different but strange theme to it. The mirror room - full of glass walls, an upside down rooms, forest-themed rooms and for those interested to sleep in a coffin box can do that here, the hotel also offers a room with coffins as beds. Check out some of the craziest and amazing things to do in Berlin.

The Coffin Room at Propeller Island City Lodge(by Official Website)

Address : Albrecht-Achilles-Straße 58, 10709 Berlin, Germany
Telephone no. +49-30-8919016
Tariff : $90 to $250

Dog Bark Park Inn, USA

Dog Bark Park Inn, United States is ten metres high and five metres wide, wooden dog like structure. His name is Sweet Willy, and you can sleep inside him. The hotel features dog-themed contents and will make the dog-lover’s fantasy come true.

Photo of Dog Bark Park (by Graystock)

Address : 2421 U.S. 95 Business, Cottonwood, ID 83522, United States
Telephone no. +1-208-983-1236
Tariff : $98/night (double occupancy)

Ice Hotel, Jukkasjärvi, Sweden

Just as the name suggests, Ice Hotel is made up of snow and sculpted blocks of ice. It is not just the structure which is made of ice but the rooms and everything in it, the guest beds, the bar, chairs and the sculptures lined in the corridors are all made of ice giving the guests a complete arctic experience in Sweden.

Photo of Ice Hotel (by Official Website)

Address : Marknadsvägen 63, 981 91 Jukkasjärvi, Sweden
Telephone no. +46-980-668-00
Tariff : $ 62

Sand Hotel

At Sand Hotel, one can sleep on sand beds inside a sand castle. The hotel lasts till it rains and is rebuilt everytime. There are no toilet facilities but its still worth a visit for those who want to hear the sound of the sea shores along with an unobstructed view of the night sky as you go to sleep, making it one of the weirdest hotels of the world. Check out England's travel Guide to know more about this place.

Address : Weymouth Beach, Dorset, England
Tariff : $ 21

Sala Silvermine Hotel

500 ft below ground to sleep, unbelievable isn't it ? that’s what Sala Silvermine Hotel has to offer to its customers. The rooms are furnished with luxurious double bed, silver furnishings and champagne platter. Mobile phone don’t work here, so the only way visitors can communicate with the outside world is through the personal intercom connected to reception on the surface. Once you are back on ground and want to explore this place, Check out places to see and do in Sweden.

Photo of Sala Silvermine Hotel, (by Official Website)

Address : Sala Silvermine Hotel, Vdstmanland County, Sweden
Telephone no. +46-0-224-677260
Tariff : SEK 4.290 (for two people)

The Karostas Cietums Hotel

Here you have a chance to spend the night in a prison. At Karostas Cietums Hotel, Latvia you can sleep on a prison bunk or an iron bed, and to have a prison meal. Mysterious and inexplicable things have been noticed in the guardhouse such as the rapping of footsteps, electrical bulbs that unscrew themselves, unaccounted for opening of closed cell doors…come here to experience the secret behind it.

Photo of Karostas Cietums Hotel (by Official Website)

Address : Liepāja, Latvia
Telephone no. +371-26-369-470
Tariff : LS 8 (per person)

Daspark Hotel

Ever thought of sleeping in drainage pipe? Daspark Hotel offers super-small rooms made from 10-ton segments of drainage pipes. It thus becomes the world’s smallest hotel too. The rooms are round like a barrel and they will provide you with maximum comfort in a minimal amount of space. Check out famous places to visit in Austria.

Photo of Daspark Hotel (by Official Facebook Page)

Address : Donaulände 21, 4100 Ottensheim, Austria

Phone no . +43-650-8415850
Tariff : pay-as-you-wish

The Harlingen Harbour Crane hotel

The Harlingen Harbour Crane hotel is 150 ft-tall 1960s crane which has been converted into a hotel. Guests can enjoy panoramic views of the Wadden Sea and rotate their accommodation 360 degrees. Don’t be surprised as the delicious breakfast comes to up to you via internal lift right inside your bedroom. Check out Netherlands travel guide to explore this place better.

Photo of Harlingen Harbour Crane hotel (by Pnieuwla)

Address : Dokkade 5, Harlingen 8860 AB, The Netherlands
Telephone no. +31-0-517-414410
Tariff : US $400 - $550

The Magic Mountain Hotel

Located inside the Huilo-Huilo Biological Reserve in northern Chile's Patagonia, The Magic Mountain Hotel is truly mesmerising, with a cascade of water coming down from the cone shaped green roof, the hotel becomes more like a fairy tale.

Address : Panguipulli, Chile
Telephone no. +56-2-334-5938
Tariff : US $250 -$400

The Library hotel

If you are an avid reader, then head towards the Library Hotel. The concept is inspired by the Dewey Decimal system. Each of the 60 rooms are uniquely adorned with a collection of books and art exploring a distinctive topic within the category it belongs to. Guests are invited to unwind from their urban adventures by enjoying the quiet exploration of over 6,000 books.

Photo of the LIbrary Hotel (Official Website)

Address: 299 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10017, United States
Telephone no. +1-212-983-4500
Tariff : $300 - $400

These hotels are worth a trip all by themselves. So pack your bags and add that extra spice to your holiday as you stay in some of Weirdest Hotels in the World.

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