If you are a traveller who loves different things, you may like to know our list with some of the most curious hotels around the world. There are options for every taste and ages: from sleeping on the heights to taking a nap inside the most weird objects and buildings.
Inntel Hotel Amsterdam Zaandam (Zaandam, Netherlands): This four star hotel design calls the attention of every tourist that arrives in Zaandam. It is a building formed by a group of disorderly typical wooden houses, one above the other. Totally there are 70 houses, each one with a different shape and color, that forms this 160 rooms hotel.
Faralda Crane Hotel (Amsterdam, Netherlands): Have you ever imagined sleeping in a room hung 50m high? The Faralda Crane Hotel has only 3 rooms but it is one of the most famous hotels from Amsterdam. The guests can enjoy an incredible panoramic view from the city and, since the crane position changes accordingly to the wind, guests can have a different landscape every day.
Jested Hotel (Liberec, Chez Republic): Located on the top of a mountain, this futuristic hotel is 91 meters high and it was designed to be, apart of a hotel, a TV antenna. It has 22 rooms and a restaurant that offers an amazing view of the area. One of the ways to reach the hotel is using cable cars.
9 Hours Capsule Hotel Kyoto (Kyoto, Japan): Following the idea of “saving space and time”, this hotel hosts their guests for only nine hours in a very small room that looks like a capsule. According to them, nine hours would be enough to have a good night of sleep and enjoy the place facilities. The guests have 1 hour to have a shower and socialize in the common area, 7 hours to sleep, and 1 hour to arrange their things and do the check out.
Sun Cruise Resort (Gangwon-do, South Korea): This 165 meters long hotel looks like an ordinary cruise ship. The difference is that it guests may even feel the sea breeze, but do not have the risk of becoming sick. The 30 tons ship is on very firm land, fixed on top of a cliff and has 211 cabins to host their guests. In the hotel’s base, there is a kind of park with gardens, large sculptures, bridges and an observatory with glass floor.
Free Spirit Spheres (Vancouver, Canada): Situated in the middle of high trees in a Canadian tropical forest, this hotel has as accommodations tree houses in the shape of balls. The rooms are handmade and are suspended like pendants on a string, moving slowly with the blowing of the wind. There are three different types of rooms but with no toilet inside. The guests must share one that is in land.
The Aurora Express (Alaska, USA): Considered the only hotel that moves, the Aurora Express uses authentic wagons used in the Alaska Railroad. Some of them have been renovated and decorated with historical themes of the end of the 19th century and the other cars were faithfully restored.
Wigwam Motel (Arizona, USA): Situated in the famous Route 66, in this hotel you can sleep in a Native American Indian style tepee. Opened since 1937 the place has 15 concrete tepees with one or two rooms filled with original handmade hickory furniture. Vintage cars are permanently parked in the hotel and guests can visit a museum with indigenous artifacts.
La Balade des Gnomes (Durbuy, Belgium): This hotel offers 10 different and exotic types of accommodation but all of them are so amazing that it is very difficult to choose the best one. You can spend the night inside a two floors Trojan horse, in a room that simulate a tree house, in tent in the desert , in a moon capsule or in an indigenous tepee.
Costa Verde Hotel (Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica): Located inside the Manuel Antonio National Park overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this hotel has an exclusive suite: a plane supported by a 50 meters pedestal. The Boeing 727, dated 1965, has been completely restored to compose the building and provide guests with the feeling of flying without leaving the room.