Are you getting tired of staying in the same old Hotel rooms? No offence to luxurious rooms at the Hyatt and Sheraton but there comes a time when you want something different in your hotel rooms especially when you are on holiday and not on a business trip.
Next time you are on holiday pick an exotic place with quirky or funky rooms to stay in. Here are 6 of the quirkiest hotels in the world one can possibly stay in which you might not find in the top hotel sites.
- Attrap Reves Hotel – France
Staying here means literally sleeping in the woods under the stars. It’s got an unusual romantic feel to it and it’s the perfect place for a marriage proposal. Your hotel room is basically a bubble with the view of the skies above giving you a very cosmic & poetic experience. But these bubble rooms offer more than just a unique experience. Made from recycled materials, they are eco-friendly, and are deflated at the end of the season, ensuring minimal impact on the surrounding pine forest. Though this Provençal property feels isolated, you can easily visit the pottery makers of Aubagne or the nearby town of Allauch overlooking Marseilles.
- Kakslanttanen Arctic Resort – Finland
Located next to the Urho Kekkonen National in Lapland, this resort features lodging in side glass igloos. About 155 miles mort of the Arctic Circle, these rooms are built of thermal glass and designed to stay frost-free and offer an opportunity to watch the Northern Lights from the comfort of your own bed. Each glass igloo has a separate toilet and luxury beds but if you feel that’s too mainstream, the resort offers a dozen traditional igloos made of ice. Cold much?
- V8 Hotel – Stuttgart
If you are a car enthusiast, then the V8 Hotel should be your dream. It’s in the automotive region of Stuttgart and surrounded by the historic charm of a former airport site. All the hotel rooms are about automobiles: automotive themed rooms, legendary vintage cars, sporty young timers, exclusive and special classic cars, make the hearts of the technology enthusiasts, the aesthetes and the nostalgic go racing.
- Plane Hotel – Costa Rica
If you are ever planning a tropical wedding or honeymoon, the Costa Verde, located between Manuel Antonio National Park and Pacific Ocean, is the perfect vacation adventure and it’s unlike anything you have imagined. Just three hundred yards from the beach overlooking the world famous Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Verde features 3 cliff-side pools with sundecks and spacious rooms, studios and bungalows. The jungle oasis is perfect for families, groups or couples offering accommodations for a variety of options for vacation living, on-site spa services and four unique restaurants to suit all tastes. The most exclusive hotel rooms are the 727 Fuselage Home which is a refurbished vintage 1965 Boeing 727 which was once part of South Africa Air and Avianca Airlines (Colombia). Enjoy an evening on the terrace while sipping a glass of wine and observing your tree top neighbors: sloths, toucans, monkeys and more.
- Floating Hotel – Zanzibar
The Manta resort has a new room on Pemba Island in Zanzibar (South Africa) and it’s nothing like you have ever seen. This tropical island hotel room floats anchored above a shallow coastal coral reef. The bedroom is located below deck that has large viewing glasses offering their guests a view if the colorful aquatic world outside. At night, lights illuminate the water outside the windows, attracting squid and other shy sea creatures. Can you imagine being rocked to sleep by gentle waves, waking up in the morning and diving in to swim with tropical fish?
- Harry Potter Hotel – London
All you Harry Potter fans, the four-star Georgian House hotel in Central London offers you a stay in Hogwarts’s dorm rooms as well single rooms that look like they’ve been lifted right out of the classic book series. The Harry Potter Tour Package includes not only an unforgettable night at the Wizard Chambers and their delicious breakfast, but tickets to the Muggle Walking Tour as well. The guided tour shows the landmark sites used in the making of the Harry Potter films.