Nothing is more intriguing than a journey, especially after a long day of work or study. Your trips become interesting when you have experiences in unfamiliar places and on unfamiliar routes. However, the accommodation you select might also provide you with a memorable experience. We’ve all stayed at a motel or a five-star resort. But do you know which hotels are the oddest and most intriguing in the world? Together, let’s look at these hotels!

Zand Sandcastle Hotel, Netherlands

Zand Sandcastle Hotel, Netherlands

The little sandcastles that vacationers spend a lot of time making on the beach may now be rented out for a whole night. You could initially believe that this hotel was designed to resemble a sand castle. No, sand serves as its substance. This enormous sand hotel is constructed to the same high standards as a five-star hotel, with furnishings, bathrooms that have electricity, running water, windows, toilets, washbasins, and other facilities. Sand is used to create all beautiful decorations. These sand hotels are all constructed into pre-built frames, with reinforced walls and sand-covered ceilings. The more than 30 substantial sand sculptures that embellish each hotel were inspired by the enchanted ice hotels in Sweden and Finland.

Natura Vive Skylodge Adventure Suites, thung lũng Sacred, Cusco Peru

Natura Vive Skylodge Adventure Suites, thung lũng Sacred, Cusco Peru

Adventuresome travelers now have a unique option when they may awaken on a cliff at a height of about 400 meters. Skylodge Adventure Suites, a hotel that resembles a cocoon and is operated by the adventure business Natura Vive, has opened beyond Cusco’s cliffs. Visitors must cross a 200-meter suspension bridge to reach the hotel since there is no way up to it. Instead, they must climb iron bars that have been bored into the rock face. The suites seem to be very comfortable. If you are terrified of heights and have to look down a lot, using transparent material is not a smart choice. For one night, this hotel may cost up to $290.

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Solent Fort (No Man’s Fort and Spitbank Sea Fort), England

Solent Fort (No Man’s Fort and Spitbank Sea Fort), England

These forts were built back in 1867 to repel French naval forces, and are located off the south coast of England. Spitbank Fort, the smallest area of ​​the Solent Fort, consists of nine bedroom suites with luxurious interiors, three bars and a variety of restaurant areas, spa services with maximum privacy for you.

No Man’s Fort has 22 bedrooms, a helipad and spa facilities, restaurants, wine and more. The price of each room here has reached nearly 700$ per night

Panda Hotel, Emi Mountain, China

Panda Hotel, Emi Mountain, China

Panda Hotel (Panda hotel) located at the foot of Mount Emi in Sichuan province, southwest China, is the first hotel of its kind in the world. The rooms are decorated with pictures of pandas and teddy bears are placed on beds, tables and chairs so that guests can hug and cuddle them. The staff even dressed up in panda costumes to look more attractive and interesting. The price of each room ranges from 300 ($48) to 500 yuan per night.

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Attrap Reves hotel chain, France

Attrap Reves hotel chain, France

A cutting-edge hotel chain in France is designed to resemble translucent snowballs, creating a cozy, intimate, and natural experience. The Attrap Reves hotel chains were constructed in a variety of locales, including Allauch, La Boulladisse, Montagnac, Puget Ville, and Saint Maime, with complete facilities and safety equipment to aid guests in avoiding unfavorable natural occurrences. course. Depending on the visitors’ desires for privacy, some of these 400 cm in diameter spheres are constructed to be entirely transparent and others to be semi-transparent. Each of these rooms has a seasonal rate, which during the height of the season can range from $150 to $190 per night.

Faralda Crane Hotel, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Faralda Crane Hotel, Amsterdam, Netherlands

The strangest hotel on our list is undoubtedly this one. This hotel might be considered to some extent to have been recycled, notably from an ancient crane tree. Visitors may stay in one of three luxurious hotel rooms constructed in the former engine room of the crane at this historic shipyard near to a river. This chamber, which is over 50 meters high, is not the best spot for someone who is frightened of heights.

Tree Hotel, Harads, Sweden

Tree Hotel, Harads, Sweden

A row of treehouse hotels near the small village of Harads, Northern Sweden. A lightweight aluminum square box structure is suspended from the tree, the outside reflecting the surrounding image, forming a perfect camouflage. To prevent birds from colliding with the reflective glass, a transparent ultraviolet light is pressed into the glass panels that only birds can see. A hotel room can accommodate two people, including a double bed, a small bathroom, a living room and a terrace. Tourists can enter here via a rope bridge attached to the nearby trees. The price per room ranges from 12 million to 13 million VND per night.

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Kakslauttanen Hotel v Igloo Village, Saariselka, Finland

Kakslauttanen Hotel v Igloo Village, Saariselka, Finland

This hotel has a cage-like appearance and is surrounded by greenery. While some rooms have a communal shower, others have a bathroom and a steam room built right into the room. In this hotel, local dishes like grilled fish and reindeer are frequently offered to guests. Visitors may also get a taste of what it’s like to hunt with husky dogs while riding on sleds. There are many different types of rooms available for visitors to pick from, ranging in size from rooms for 1 person to rooms for 6 people. Each form of service room costs between 500$ – 700$.

Jumbo Stay Hotel, Stockholm, Sweden

Jumbo Stay Hotel, Stockholm, Sweden

This is the first hotel in the world to do business with this model. Built like planes, Jumbo Stay has 29 comfortable rooms, with single or double beds depending on the guest’s request in each room, making them look like a special dormitory. Each room is equipped with a flat-screen TV, free wireless internet access, with five modern bathrooms and toilets on the main deck, in addition, they are designed for people with disabilities. disability. The price of each room ranges from 100$ to 300$.

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