Need a break? Planning for a vacation? Tired of going to the same old spa and resort? All you need is a few hotels that gives you a brilliant experience not just by making you feel cozy, but also by providing a different and an unusual experience.
Have a look at some unique and unusual hotels around the world.
1. Tree Hotel Harads, Sweeden:
Located in the middle of a forest in Harads, is this beautiful but unusual hotel which has rooms shaped like an alien spaceship, a birds nest, a mirrored cube and quite a few more. Not just the rooms, but this hotel has a sauna which is on a tree too. One of its kind hotel which is definitely worth visiting.
2. No Man’s Fort, Solent, Portsmouth:
No Man’s Land Fort is a fort in the Solent, near Portsmouth, England, built as part of the Palmerston Forts. The fort is a sea fort built as a result of the 1859 Royal Commission. It is 2.2 kilometers off the coast of the Isle of Wight. a Victorian-era fort which was originally built between 1867 and 1880 to protect Portsmouth from an attack from Napoleon III – has been turned into a luxury hotel, with 22 bedrooms, a lighthouse penthouse suite, nightclub, hot tub and laser quest arena.
3. V8 Hotel, Stuttgart, Germany:
Are you a car fanatic and you love the old American Muscle? Then here is the perfect hotel which will serve and cater to all your needs. Sleep in a real car converted bed and an ambiance which will make you feel astounding. Each room has a special theme and displays and dedicates a unique car. Its not just the beds that are made out of real cars, but also the furniture is car themed.
4. Hotel Marqués De Riscal, La Rioja, Spain:
The Marqués de Riscal is architect Frank Gehry’s first and only hotel project, located in Elciego, in the heart of Spain’s Rioja wine-growing region. Similarly to his other projects, such as the Guggenheim in Bilbao and the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris, the structure is avant-garde in its approach, using huge titanium ribbons which stand out from the surrounding vineyard. The restaurant and bar are first-class, and there’s also a separate spa wing.
5. Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort, Huzhou, China:
Nicknamed the ‘doughnut hotel’, the Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort is on the Taihu Lake inbetween Nanjing and Shanghai. The magnet-shaped hotel was conceived by architect Ma Tansong, who has worked with Zaha Hadid in London and is responsible for the rippling Absolute Towers in Mississauga, Canada. The 27 floors above water, and two below (to create a complete oval) feature luxury trimmings, including a lobby paved with White Jade from Afghanistan and Tiger’s Eye Stone from Brazil.
These hotels and the place where they’re located are all set to give you a lovely break from your daily lives. What are you waiting for? Pack your bags, catch a flight and never come back! Wherever you choose to go, stay tuned to our page for more such nothingness.