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The 10 Most Unusual Hotels In The World

  • Sandcastle Hotel in Weymouth, United Kingdom
  • Dog Bark Park Inn in Cottonwood, Idaho, United States
  • Godiva Chocolate Suite in New York Citys Bryant Park Hotel, USA
  • Icehotel in Jukkasjarvi, Sweden 1
  • Icehotel in Jukkasjarvi, Sweden 2
  • Tianzi Hotel in Hebei province, China
  • No Mans Fort in Solent, United Kingdom
  • Das Park Hotel in Linz, Austria
  • Jules Undersea Lodge in Key Largo, Florida, USA 1
  • Jules Undersea Lodge in Key Largo, Florida, USA 2
  • Palacio de Sal in Bolivia 1
  • Palacio de Sal in Bolivia 2

Looking for nice holiday destination? Check out the 10 most unusual hotels in the world.

1. Sandcastle Hotel in Weymouth, United Kingdom.

Sandcastle Hotel is the hotel made entirely of sand. It is located on Weymouth beach, in Dorset, United Kingdom. (more info)

Sandcastle Hotel in Weymouth, United Kingdom

2. Mirrocube in Sweden.

Mirrorcube is covered in mirrors which reflects its surroundings. It is located in Sweden and contains a large bed, bathroom, lounge and rooftop terrace. (more info)

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3. Dog Bark Park Inn in Cottonwood, Idaho, United States.

The Dog Bark Park Inn is a hotel located in Idaho. The hotel is built in the shape of a beagle, making it a famous landmark in the state. (more info)

Dog Bark Park Inn in Cottonwood, Idaho, United States

4. Godiva Chocolate Suite in New York City’s Bryant Park Hotel, USA.

The Godiva Chocolate Suite in New York City’s Bryant Park Hotel featured chocolate walls, paintings and chandeliers. It was a part of a Valentine’s Day giveaway by chocolate maker Godiva. (read more)

Godiva Chocolate Suite in New York Citys Bryant Park Hotel, USA

5. Icehotel in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden.

The Icehotel (styled as ICEHOTEL) is a hotel built each year with snow and ice in the village of Jukkasjärvi, in northern Sweden. (read more)

Icehotel in Jukkasjarvi, Sweden 1

Icehotel in Jukkasjarvi, Sweden 2

6. Tianzi Hotel in Hebei province, China.

The hotel building depicts Fu, Lu and Shou, the Chinese gods of good fortune, prosperity and longevity. Guinness World Records named the hotel the world’s “biggest image building.” (read more)

Tianzi Hotel in Hebei province, China

7. No Man’s Fort in Solent, United Kingdom.

Fort turned into a luxury hotel. It has 22 rooms, suite, a nightclub, a Jacuzzi area and more. (read more)

No Mans Fort in Solent, United Kingdom

8. Das Park Hotel in Linz, Austria.

If your idea of a holiday is to live inside a sewage pipe, then congratulations – you qualify for a night’s stay at the Das Park Hotel in Austria. Three huge concrete drain pipes located in a public park in the Austrian city of Ottensheim is all that make up the Das Park Hotel. The rooms are about two meters across and furnished with a double bed, storage, light, power outlet, and blankets. (read more)

Das Park Hotel in Linz, Austria

9. Jules’ Undersea Lodge in Key Largo, Florida, USA.

Jules’ Undersea Lodge is an American hotel located in Key Largo, Florida and is the only underwater hotel in the United States. It is 30 feet (9 m) deep on the ocean floor and guests have to scuba dive to get to their rooms. (read more)

Jules Undersea Lodge in Key Largo, Florida, USA 1

Jules Undersea Lodge in Key Largo, Florida, USA 2

10. Palacio de Sal in Bolivia.

Palacio de Sal (Spanish for “Palace of salt”) is a hotel built of salt blocks. It is located at the edge of Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat, 350 km (220 mi) south of Bolivia’s capital La Paz. (read more)

Palacio de Sal in Bolivia 1

Palacio de Sal in Bolivia 2

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