7 Most Unusual Hotels in the World

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The Mirrorcube Hotel in Harrods, Sweden

Kids like to climb the trees a lot and build small houses on top of them. At Mirrorcube  in Sweden, you can again be in a tree house. Outside the window you will have endless forests but the interior will resemble a hotel room.

The hotel is located 100 km from the airport of Lulea and offers its guests 10 rooms located on trees at an altitude of 4-6 meters. All the treehouses are designed differently. The hotel is open all year round. Even in winter you will find what to do here: ride a dog sled, a snowmobile, or take a walk in a beautiful forest.

Icehotel in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden

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Icehotel is like a fairy-tale palace of the Snow Queen. It is built every autumn in the Swedish village of Jukkasjarvi, starting from 1992. The interiors are designed of ice and snow. They are new every year. In the rooms, you can find LED lamps, skins of animals, paintings, and ice sculptures. All the furniture, utensils, and even beds are made of ice, on which it is possible to sleep only if you wrap yourself in a huge deer hide. The temperature inside the hotel during the winter months remains at minus 5 degrees.

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Marmara Hotel in Antalya, Turkey

Marmara Hotel in Antalya, Turkey
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Those who like to have holidays on the Mediterranean coast should know that there is a revolving hotel in Antalya, which is a very unusual attraction. Hotel complex Marmara Antalya consists of two parts. The main building is a completely standard hotel with 214 guest rooms. But the second building is an engineering miracle. It is a cylindrical tower with 24 rooms, which makes a full 360-degree turn over a period from 2 to 22 hours.

Jules’ Undersea Lodge, Key Largo in United States

Jules' Undersea Lodge, Key Largo in United States
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it used to be a research laboratory and today it is the first hotel in the world built underwater. It sits on stilts at 1.5 m from the bottom of a tropical lagoon surrounded by aquatic wildlife.

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To get inside, visitors sink 6.4 meters under the water and go into the room through the floor. Compressed air prevents water from rising and flooding the room. In order to visit this hotel you will need to pass a 3-hour underwater course.

Tianzi Hotel in China

Tianzi Hotel in China
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Built in 2000, this 10-storey building embodies the Chinese gods Fu, Lu, and Shu. They symbolize luck, prosperity, and longevity, respectively. God Shu, who is on the left, holds a peach in his hand, where a suite is located. The entrance to the hotel is located in his right foot.

Karostas Cietums Hotel in Liepaja, Latvia

Karostas Cietums Hotel in Liepaja, Latvia
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This hotel once was a military prison. It was the place of imprisonment for revolutionaries, enemies of the people in Stalin’s times, and later the KGB. Karostas Hotel breaks all the main concepts of hospitality, offering visitors to live a dark life of a prisoner. Here you can fall asleep on rough bunks, taste prison food, and experience not the friendliest treatment from prison guards.

Giraffe Manor in Nairobi, Kenya

Giraffe Manor in Nairobi, Kenya
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This elegant hotel, consisting of six rooms, differs from others by the fact that giraffes stick their heads into the windows of the rooms. The hotel owners are crazy about giraffes. In the estate, you can see giraffes, who poke their heads to the guests in the hope that they will be fed.

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