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The Most Unique Hotels Around The World You Have To Visit

The Most Unique Hotels Around The World You Have To Visit

If you're traveling then chances are that you're checking out hotels. That being said, here are some of the most unique hotels around the world!

I think we all agree that nothing can be more fun than travel – the ability to come face to face with new cultures and discover unique destinations is something that all of us love doing. But did you know that staying in a hotel could also become one of the most exciting aspects of your holiday? Obviously I don’t mean a boring hostel or Travelodge, but rather an interesting location that has become part of the attraction. Fancy going somewhere special next time you’re abroad? Check out our list of the most unique hotels from around the world that you have to visit.

1. Golden Crown Levin Iglut, Finland

Have you ever marvelled at the astounding beauty of the Northern Lights and wanted to experience it for yourself? This unique hotel offers you the opportunity to stay in one of their 18 glass igloos and admire the incredible nature right from the comfort of your warm bed. Fitted with a small kitchenette and a full bath, this hotel is literally what dreams are made of. This rustic resort is definitely a holiday that you’ll remember for a very long time.

2. Hotel Costa Verde, Costa Rica

Let’s face it – sleeping in a fully fitted and remodelled Boeing 727 sounds totally ridiculous, but how could you possibly say no to something so unique! This funky hotel in Costa Rica also boasts a restaurant and bar that’s located in a C-123 Fairchild cargo plane where you can enjoy delicious local specialities. As for the half-plane-half-hotel room, you’ll be treated to breathtaking views of the surrounding jungle and ocean beaches, as well as a comfortable two-bedroom ensuite. Sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it?


3. Treehouse Lodge Resort, Peru

This unique eco-resort is literally located inside the Amazon rainforest – its guests are invited to stay in thatched treehouses that are suspended above the forest canopy. You’ll be pretty much living as one with the locals because the only things separating you from the wild world outside are a couple of curtains and a sturdy mosquito net. What’s even more exciting is that you’re guaranteed a visit or two from the surrounding animals that include sloths, monkeys, and even macaws.

4. Happy Nomads Village, Kyrgyzstan

I can guarantee that none of your friends have ever experienced traditional Kyrgyz life, so be the first of your group to try out this unique adventure. Happy Nomads Village consists of a number of communal yurts where you’ll be treated with hospitality and offered the chance to discover more about the way these people lead their lives. The simplicity of this accommodation is craftily combined with modernity, as all of the yurts have electrical outlets and heated floors. During the day you can accompany one of the locals on a horseback ride in the surrounding mountains or go skiing if you’re visiting in the winter.

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5. Udang House, Indonesia

A glass floor in your bedroom with a crystal-clear view of the sea life below? Count me in! This hotel is a unique combination of luxury and the rustic jungle where you’ll experience a holiday like no other. With your very own private terrace you’ll be able to lounge away the lazy afternoons as you take in the local natural beauty under the shaded jungle canopy. It’s a fantastic opportunity to reconnect with your roots in a sustainable and eco-friendly environment.

6. Giraffe Manor, Kenya

Where else will you be able to experience breakfast with a giraffe if not at this unique resort in Nairobi! Surrounded by indigenous forest, Giraffe Manor is the perfect place to go if you’re looking for an unforgettable holiday experience. The building itself is an iconic architectural feat known to many in Kenya – the stately, elegant fa├žade and interior will perfectly complement your stay, making you feel as though you’re part of an otherworldly setting. Don’t forget that you’ll also be able to take some incredible selfies with the local giraffes!

Which of these unique hotels would you like to visit first? Have you been to any other incredible hotels or memorable hotels? Share your experience in the comments below!
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