Okay, one friend of mine is crazy about his accommodation. He loves to stay in weird places on his every trip. As i previously mentioned Jail Hotels were the part of these amazing places to stay. So, lets have a look to more 10 Amazing Places To Stay Before You Die around the world.
Most Amazing Places To Stay Before You Die
10. Das Park Hotel, Austria
The dasparkhotel_bernepark is situated on the “Emscherinsel” in Bottrop-Ebel near Essen directly at the Emscher bicycle route. The location is in a park very carefully developed by the “Emschergenossenschaft” on the site of the old purification plant.
The hotel and the rooms in the hotel are made of giant concrete sewage pipes. This sounds little weird but the purpose behind this amazing creation was to provide cheap lodging anywhere.
These 9,5 tonne concrete sections are a standard item in near all concrete factories and the oden floors, a really comfortable double bed, minibar and room service through to 1am. For night owls, the reception is open 24hrs.
So, how about to stay in this hotel when you visit Austria next time ?
9. Im Wasserturm, Germany
The Hotel im Wasserturm is and international luxury hotel. Rising high above Cologne, this international luxury hotel was once the largest water tower in 19th century Europe. In 1990, French designer Andrée Putman transformed it into an elegant 78-room hotel. It is one of the most unusual hotels in Germany. It is Classified as a heritage site, you will find an extraordinary interior design of timeless modernity behind its 140 year-old walls. Designed by the interior designer Andrée Putman, the first-class hotel was opened in 1990 and today presents itself in an elegant style.
The imposing 11 meters high entrance hall with its catwalks alone will give you that impression. One step outside – and already you are right in the middle of the pulsating life of the city. One step back – and you feel safe in your “own” four walls.
8.The De Vrouwe van Stavoren Hotel, Netherlands
The De Vrouwe van Stavoren Hotel is located in Netherlands. The amazing thing about this hotel is that it salvaged four wine casks from Switzerland and converted them into rooms. Formerly filled with 14,500 liters of Beaujolais wine from the French chateau, each now holds a modest two-person room with standard amenities and even an attached bathroom and a sitting room.
All in all the Barrel Hotel, in Stavoren, northern Netherlands, makes for a very pleasurable experience. General rates for a cask room are from 74-119 Euros a night with discounts of up to 75% off depending on season. If you go in the wintertime, a wine cask room can be as low as 18 Euros a night, cheaper than most hostels. One thing that might bother you, if you’re not a wine enthusiast, is the smell of wine that the barrels still maintain.
7. Giraffe Manor, Kenya
Have you ever imagined about to have dinner with a Giraffe ? Well, Giraffe Manor in Kenya is set in 12 acres of private land within 140 acres of indigenous forest and is only 20 kilometres from the capital city Nairobi . The Manor was built in the 1930s.
This luxury boutique hotel has maintained all the charm of the era and is now famous for its resident herd of Rothschild Giraffe.
Giraffe Manor offers you an unparalleled experience of the giraffes, with them vying for your attention at the breakfast table, the front door and even your bedroom window.
6. Sala Silvergruva, Sweden
So, how about to stay in a room inside a silver mine?. It is also adventurous. Imagine when you get up in the middle of the night to go the the toilet and one wrong direction will lead you to the total darkness.
The underground environment of this hotel is amazing and very beautiful. Everything in this hotel is created by human hands only.
Make sure to be wearing warm and comfortable clothes for the guided tour. It is only 2 degrees Celsius in the mine, all year round! But don’t worry, the suite are warmed up to 18 degrees and the bed is equipped with a thick cover and an extra pair of blankets.
Price: 3.990 SEK for two people (VAT included). Included a guided tour of our 155m level, a basket with refreshments, breakfast and a night’s stay in the mine suite. (the suite is for two people
5. Capsule Hotel, Netherlands
This is another great attraction and amazing place to stay in Netherlands. This hotel is made out of survival pods. In this Funny hotel you can escape in a seaside dock location.
Unique and artistic surfers village on the boulevard of Scheveningen near The Hague, your room is a bright orange survival pod which once saw service on an oil rig platform.
4. Hôtel de Glace, Canada
This hotel is Canada’s biggest attraction. If you are planning to go Canada in winters, just make sure to add this hotel into your list.
It is located in the french speaking area of Canada – Quebec. The Ice Hotel has become an unparalleled and world-famous winter experience.
It takes 5 weeks, 500 tons of ice, and 15,000 tons of snow to craft the Ice Hotel with its ceilings as high as 18 feet, walls covered with original artwork and furniture carved from ice blocks.
3. Waterworld Hotel, China
This spectacular and intriguing looking hotel is set in a partly water filled quarry, located in the Songijang satellite town of Shanghai.
The 400 room five star hotel is set in an over 330 feet deep quarry and includes underwater public areas and guestrooms. The Atkins Architecture Group recently won an international competition with this entry.
2. Jumbo Hostel, Stockholm
Jumbo Hotel is an aircraft hotel, located in Stockholm. It is an abandoned boeing 747 jumbo jet saved from being a total trash into a five star luxury hotel.
Each room is bare 65 square ft big and furnished with bunk beds, overhead luggage storage and flat-screen TVs. There is a reception area and a cafe with toilets and showers at the rear of the aircraft, which means that you will have to share and this was something i didnt like but it is the unique selling preposition of this hotel.
1. Hotel Everland, France
Hotel Everland is a one room concept hotel, including a bathroom, a king-size bed and a lounge. What makes it so different is that -because it is also an art installation- this hotel moves.
The Everland has been ‘parked’ in the most unsual places. Everland hotel was build for the Swiss national exhibition in 2002. Since this date, the hotel has been available in Yverdon, Leipzig, and now in Paris at the top of the Palais de Tokyo in front of the Eiffel Tower.
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