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12 OF THE WEIRDEST HOTEL ROOMS YOU CAN ACTUALLY STAY AT

12 OF THE WEIRDEST HOTEL ROOMS YOU CAN ACTUALLY STAY AT

12. Marmara Antalya, Turkey

This is the only rotating hotel in the world, allowing you to experience 360° stunning views. Floating in a pool of 478 tonnes of water and aided by six electric motors, it completes a rotation several times a day. Imagine falling asleep facing the sea and waking up facing the pool!

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11. The Inntel Hotel Amsterdam Zaandam, The Netherlands

This four star hotel was designed so that it appeared to be made of 70 stacked traditional houses from the Zaan region. The inside decor was also inspired by the history of the region.

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10. Hotel de Glace, Canada

This stunning hotel was intricately sculpted from ice. Yep, even the beds!

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9. Magic Mountain Hotel, Chile

The rooms are built into an artificial mountain, with waterfalls atop that blow like volcanoes! You will also have to cross a monkey bridge to get to the structure.

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8. Utter Inn, Sweden

Utter Inn is located in the middle of Lake Mälaren, consisting of a deck and a cabin attached to a floating platform. Beneath, via a steep ladder, is an aquarium-like bedroom. Guests are taken to the cabin by boat and are provided with an inflatable canoe.

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7. Hobbit Motel, New Zealand

For all those Lord of the Ring fans out there that have been wondering what it is like to sleep in a cozy hobbit’s home .. well now you can!

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6. Costa Verde, Costa Rica

Tucked away in a tropical rainforest is a refurbished vintage 1965 Boeing 727 airframe, now used as a hotel. This unique suite on the edge of the jungles offer amazing views of the tree tops and the ocean ahead.

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5. Loisaba Wilderness, Kenya

If you are a fan of the great outdoors then look no further – we have found a place that takes glamping to a whole new level! At Loisaba Wilderness ranch, you can unwind under the African skies as you get up close and personal with bush animals – such as lions, buffaloo, elephants and zebra. You sleep in ‘Mukokoteni’ bedsteads that are raised on platforms offering breathtaking views. Traditional warriors always stand by, ready to protect you from any cheeky animals from the savannah.

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4. Hotel Kakslauttanen,  ‪Saariselka, Finland

These beautifully designed glass igloos were made to admire the Northern Lights. The hotel also has log cabins and traditional snow igloos you can stay in too!

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3. The Caves Resort, Jamaica

This luxurious oceanfront resort has been carved into the side of a cliff.

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2. Dog Bark Park Inn, Idaho

Who can say they have slept inside of a beagle? What about a 9m tall, 10m long, 4m wide beagle? This B&B in Cottonwood, Idaho sleeps up to four guests at one time. You enter the body of the dog through the balcony, the bedroom is found within the head and the toilet is disguised as a fire hydrant. The beagle even has a name – Sweet Willy!

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1. Tree House Hotel, Sweden

Make your childhood dreams come true and stay the night at one of the rooms at Sweden’s Tree House Hotel! Located deep in the tranquil pine forest of the Lule River Valley you can find these amazing hotel rooms. And if you thought the idea of a tree house was cool enough, they have shaped into a UFO, a giant mirrorcube and even a birdnest! We are dying to try this hotel out for ourselves. Guests at this eco conscious luxury retreat are offered an isolated escape from the stresses of modern life with views of acres of forest and the gorgeous river below.

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Would you stay at any of these crazy hotels?

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  • These are absolutely fantastic. Have you ever heard of AirBnB? It is a website that allows people to rent out their homes or rooms in their homes to tourists and travelers. Sometimes they have crazy stays too, like a room in a windmill or treehouse.

    • really?? We love airBnB and use it for a lot of our travels!! but i have never looked at the crazy rooms they have available! I am going to look into this now!! Thanks 🙂

  • All of them are super cool, but my vote goes to Magic Mountain Hotel in Chile!

  • Heather Cole

    Some really wacky ones there…would love to try Loisaba in Kenya, though don’t think I’d get much sleep worrying about nocturnal visitors!

    • I agree! But amazing none-the-less if not to quickly take some photographs then jump in the car!

  • Cristina Luisa

    I love this!!! I would stay in all of them- especially the Loisaba Wilderness in Kenya. This is such a fantastic post; I love all things weird + travel! 😀

  • Terrie Lee Ann Moulton

    So just so everyone knows, the Hotel de Glace in Quebec, Canada is not a permanent structure, it melts every spring and is re-built every winter, so it is different every year!

    • Thanks for pointing that out @terrieleeannmoulton:disqus. I think this makes it even more intriguing to visit.

    • Niklas

      Icehotel in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden is the original and the most impressive of the ice hotels around the world. A bit weird mentioning a copycat that came along 11 years later and not the most renowned one…

      • Terrie Lee Ann Moulton

        It may be “renowned” as you say but I had never heard of it before now.

  • Kristen Sarra

    These are freaking amazing. I’m headed to Chile soon and will definitely look up the Magic Mountain Hotel.

  • Awesome! I would love to stay in so many of these – where oh where will I ever get the money to visit all these awesome hotels lol

    • Totally agree! Would love to stay at all of them.

  • Seb

    The Inntel Hotel in Amsterdam is very good to get to know each other. I went there on my first trip with a former girlfriend. They had a glas element between the bathroom and the bedroom.

    • That glass element sounds interesting, I hope the toilet had its own door lol.

  • Arnold May II

    One more reason for me to go to Costa Rica

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  • I love the warm weather so I choose definitely the Caves Resort in Jamaica.
    Greetings and best wishes for a Merry Christmas.

  • Lena Nilsen

    The Finnish igloo hotel is called Kakslauttanen, not Kaklasutten. That one and Loisaba Wilderness take my breath away.

  • i would love to know how man birds run into that reflected treehouse one.

    • SilentBob420BMFJ

      I’d like to know how many “man birds” there are at all.

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  • Mike Sanders

    one stays IN a room and AT an hotel

  • That birdhouse is very cool, but the floating boat house or cave sounds like the most fun.

  • #9 would be the first on my list of these (but I’d ultimately love to see all of them). Great list!
    -Molly

  • Amazing places! Especially the birdhouse!

  • Anita in Colorado

    stayed in the Mirror Cube at the Tree Hotel in Sweden with my daughter. It was a totally amazing experience that we can highly recommend. Better save up and try another one of these hotels…

    • Arg I am so jealous !! Would love to see photos of what it looks like inside the cube.

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  • In Amsterdam there’s a hotel in a crane… I was hoping to stay there but rooms are like £300+ a night!

  • Brianna @ The Casual Travelist

    I’ve always wanted to stay at the Magic Mountain Hotel in Chile

  • Monique Lemaire

    I would like to try the Hotel de Glace in Quebec, Canada…..

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  • Kevin

    Truly unique and I’m sure that all the rooms have different things to offer…

    #2: If the dog room is anatomically correct, then I don’t want to see the showerhead.
    #5: “Stop in at Motel Sticks, we’ll leave the lions out for you.”
    #6: “We have a complimentary Continental Airlines breakfast for you, but we can’t guarantee that we won’t lose your luggage. If you’d like an extra pillow for your bed, it only costs $20.00.”

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  • Utter Inn will be my next destination

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  • Hi guys, once again what a great post. I loved reading about these unique and weird places to stay. Do not know if i want to stay in some of them haha, but would love to stay in the Hotel Kakslauttanen, Saariselka, Findland. I just looooveee your blog!!!

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