10 World’s Craziest Hotels!

Poseidon Undersea Resort, Fiji

Poseidon Undersea Resort is the world’s first sea floor resort located on a private island in Fiji. The resort is situated forty feet below the surface of the clear blue Fijian Lagoon, the underwater suites are accessible by elevator. With just a push of a button you can feed fish or turn on the sparkling underwater lights. To allow spectacular views of the ocean, 70 percent of each suite is covered in Acrylic walls.


Dog Bark Park Inn, Idaho, US

Dog Bark Park Inn is a bed & breakfast guest house inside the World’s Biggest Beagle in Idaho, US. Guests enter the body of the beagle from a private 2nd story deck. Some of the dog’s decorative furnishings are carvings by Dennis & Frances. Inside and up another level to the head of the dog is a loft room with additional sleeping space plus a cozy alcove in the muzzle.


The Salt Hotel, Bolivia

The Salt Hotel in Bolivia is a hotel made of salt! Built in 1993, the building’s roof and bar are built of salt and even the floor is covered with salt granules. The walls are made of salt blocks stuck together with a cement-like substance made of salt and water. The owners ask the guests to avoid licking the walls to prevent deterioration.


The Icehotel of Jukkasjärvi, Sweden

The Icehotel of Jukkasjärvi, Sweden is the first and the biggest one in the world. One of the Seven Wonders of Sweden, this infrastructure is built annually and is open for occupancy from December to April. Made of ice blocks collected from the Torne River, every part of the hotel, from walls to ceiling, even the furniture, is made of ice.


Hotel Victoria, Philippines

One of the themed rooms of Hotel Victoria in the Philippines is the X-Men Room.


Das Park Hotel, Austria

Das Park Hotel in Austria has its rooms inside sewage pipes. Weighing 9.5 tons and measuring 2 meters in diameter, these “pipe rooms” have electronic keypad systems and wall paintings that directly contrast with their rugged pipe exterior. Because of the small space in the pipe rooms, Guests have to use a separate bathroom facility. To top all this, the pricing system of this hotel is as weird as its exterior. Guests can pay whatever amount they can afford, thanks to the ‘pay as you wish’ system.


9h Hotel, Japan

9h Hotel is the first luxury capsule hotel built in 1979 in Japan. It’s called 9h because users are expected to shower, sleep for seven hours, and then rest in a nine-hour period — although you can rent your room for up to seventeen hours at a time.


Nhow Berlin, Germany

Nhow Berlin, Germany is Europe’s first music hotel. It has a state-of-the-art recording studio and guitars on the room service menu. The interior’s surreal setting is combined with the seemingly physics-defying architecture. The unique interiors turns the hotel into what can be best described as an amusement park for lovers of glossy, hyper design.


Karosta Prison Hotel, Latvia

A perfect place to experience a life in prison, Karosta Prison Hotel in Latvia describes itself as unfriendly, uncomfortable and unheated place to stay. There are four tour levels to choose from which offer varying degree of discomfort. You can also pay more money to be kicked, beaten and literally locked in prison rooms.


Corona Save the Beach Hotel, Rome

Opened in 2010 in Rome, Italy, Corona Save the Beach Hotel is the first hotel made completely out of garbage. It’s constructed from the clutter (12 tons!) collected along Europe’s polluted beaches, in a motion to raise awareness of throw-away culture and mounting pollution.

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