12 Extremely Unusual “HOTELS” in the World

1. Hotel Kakslauttanen, Finland

Hotel Kakslauttanen Finland

Hotel Kakslauttanen Finland

A romantic night under the stars is one thing, but a crystal clear view panoramic views of the night sky from your own private igloo will be a unique and magical experience you’ll never forget . The Igloo Village of Hotel Kakslauttanen in Finland boasts 20 thermal glass igloos that allow visitors to enjoy incredible views of the Aurora Borealis from the warmth and comfort of their own hut.

2. Conrad Maldives, Rangali Island

Conard maldives rangali island hotel


Conard maldives rangali island

Maldives luxury resort is  deep underground, 5 metres (16 ft) and is Twice voted ‘Best Hotel in the World’ and several times ‘Best Resort’. As you are dining, you will be able to spot sharks, sting rays, turtles and a whole host of tropical fish swimming above your head. 
Rangali Island is home to 50 water villas of ever increasing degrees of luxury.

3. Montana Magica Lodge, Chile

Montana Magica Lodge hotel Chile

Montana Magica Lodge hotel Chile

Located within the Huilo Huilo Private Natural Reserve in Chile.  Its unique volcano-like shape is covered in stone partially overgrown by greenery, and spews water from its top.  It contains four suites, five standard rooms, and two bunk bed rooms, all of which can be accessed via a central spiraling wooden staircase, or directly from the outside by using a rope bridge.

4. The Caves Resort, Jamaica


The Caves Resort HOTEL, Jamaica

Blue skies, bright night, the cave is handicrafted such that it combines all the natural glamour with modern attitude. Every room at the cave is unique with coastal view.

5. Poseidon Undersea Resort, Fiji

Poseidon Undersea Resort hotel, Fiji

Poseidon Undersea Resort hotel, Fiji

Whether you plan to hold a unforgettable wedding or any ceremony, or if you simply wish to experience a romantic escapade without bounds. Poseidon’s facilities are unmatched. There’s something undeniably sensual about the sea: the salty fragrance of the ocean’s breeze, the rhythmic beat of the surf, the gentle curve of a rising wave. You and your partner will gladly abandon yourselves to this all-enveloping world where each sense is heightened.

6. Iglu Dorf, Switzerland


Iglu Dorf hotel, Switzerland

Iglu-Dorf, or ‘igloo village’, is a collection of interconnected igloos sitting on the mountainside just off the Riffelhorn piste, in the glitzy Swiss resort of Zermatt. Inside, the igloo rooms are basic but fun, with sleeping bags on blocks of ice and carvings on the walls. There’s even a Romantic Suite with private Jacuzzi, perfect for honeymooners!

7. Hotel Marques de Riscal, Spain



Gehry’s sculptural architecture follows a style and a personal vision of architecture, creating functional sculptures. Combines sensuous curves with complex forms masses, breaks new ground and creating new architectural language. The building is a composition of rectilinear prisms floating above the ground by three super columns supporting the building. Everything is wrapped in cascades of titaneo (canopies) colored.

8. The Manta Resort, Zanzibar



Situated above a fresh shrimp pond, this house has tempered glass floor panels for an underwater panorama of crustaceans in action.

This house is situated at the source of the fresh water fountain that supplies the natural pool and features a private porch to soak in the surroundings. The shower is partly indoor and partly outdoor, providing guests an opportunity to commune with nature. 

This hotels which gives a mesmerizing look specially for the people who love water and such adventurous things.

9. Fairy Chimney Hotel, Turkey


Fairy Chimney Hotel, Turkey

Volcanic eruptions created this surreal moonscape: the lava flows formed tuff rock, which wind and rain sculpted into sinuous valleys with curvy cliff faces and pointy fairy chimneys. Cappadocians chiselled homes in the soft rock, paving the way for cave-dwelling hippies and today’s boutique fairy-chimney hotels. Fairy Chimney Inn is out-of-this-world, it as an adventure to stay in this cave.

10. Ice Hotel In Jukkasjarvi, Sweden

 Ice Hotel In Jukkasjarvi, Sweden

ICEHOTEL is the world’s first hotel made of ice and snow.The entire hotel is made out of snow and ice blocks from the Torne River, even the glasses in the bar are made of ice. Then to add insult to injury, it melts every spring! But that is the joy of the ICEHOTEL. You get a new hotel and art installation every year.

11. Propeller Island City Lodge, Berlin, Germany


ropeller Island City Lodge hotel, Berlin, Germany

ropeller Island City Lodge hotel, Berlin, Germany

Propeller island – means aesthetic sensation for the eye and the ear. Each room is considered more a work of art than a practical living space, and as such many are furnished with damageable or fragile materials.

12. Das Park Hotel, Linz, Austria


Hotel rooms built from giant concrete sewage pipe segments.. Each suite of the Park Hotel offers with minimal volume with  maximum comfort to ensure rest and relaxation. Hotel is fairly cool in the summer, and perhaps still warm in winter. There is sufficient storage space under and along the base for all kinds of travel accessories.

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