The word has so many amazing, unusual and weird things that hold special appeal for everyone. These amazing things are special because of their exclusivity and unusualness.
If you are someone who can explore strange places and don’t mind staying there, then check out some of the most beautiful hotels around the world. These hotels promise everything right from lavish facilities and astonishing architecture. If you want to make your experience truly out of this world, these hotels can add to your experience.
Treehotel, Harads, Sweden
Ensconced in the lush green pine forests, Harads, Treehotel has 6 of the exclusive tree rooms, with more to come shortly. These three rooms have a capsule-like Cabin, the realistic Bird’s Nest, the UFO, and a Tree Sauna.
These hotels marry Nature and modern architecture in a truly fascinating way.
Are melting hotels a thing? The ice hotel in Sweden certainly has one which is truly beautiful to gawk at. The surprising thing is that they rebuild this hotel annually. And each time, it packs in uniqueness, beauty, and a rare flair, thanks to the highly-skilled artists who know how to give it a fresh and authentic touch. If you visit it this year, the next year, it will look completely different, and that is why it appeals to eclectic travelers seeking something new and amazing each time they visit a place.
Madonna Inn, California
Is it eccentric? Yes! Is it beautiful? Of course, yes! The Madonna Inn has many wonderful things to marvel at, including the innumerable number of rooms, each with a quirky personality.
They may boast zebra-striped carpets, oak beams, and solid rock walls. Everything is fresh and unique about it.
Montaña Mágica Lodge, Chile
The locals handmade the Magic Mountain Lodge and built it in the Huilo-Huilo rainforest. And this biological reserve indeed manages to live up to its name. The secluded hotel has key defining features: a beautiful cascading waterfall and flora covering most of its walls.
The Mirrorcube, Sweden
This beautiful country boasts numerous unique hotels, one of them being the Mirrorcube. The mirrors act as camouflage in a remote forest in Sweden, and so many beautiful surprises are coming your way.
The Bird’s Nest, Sweden
This is another of Sweden’s many hidden gems. One look at it will make you think that it is home to one of the biggest birds known to mankind. You can admire them all day long and marvel at the fascinating side of nature-infused so beautifully with stark modernism.
Manta Resort, Pemba Island, Zanzibar
The Manta Resort is another unique stay. It has everything right from the beach villas on a remote island with beautiful pristine waters surrounding it. You can book the Underwater Room and sleep below the surface as the colorful reef fish glides past large windows swirling around your double bed. At night, spotlights under the windows are turned on to attract fish and octopuses.
The sea-level floor has a basic living area and bathroom, and the rooftop patio is just right for sunbathing or gazing at the Milky Way at night. When you are bored of staying inside your room, get a spa treatment, enjoy scuba diving, or discover the infinite possibilities of the island bustling with wildlife and culture.
Maldives Rangali Island
The Conrad Maldives Rangali Island has quite a reputation for being an extraordinary place to stay. It boasts a two-story, three-bedroom undersea residence, complete with a modern, domed design and 24-hour butler service.
But what will attract your attention the most is its full, glassy immersion in the Maldives’ mesmerizing ocean life. Thanks to the creativity of World-class architects and engineers, it has been able to build a unique hotel room in the Maldives. Although pricey, it is a dream destination for people who are looking to explore unique hotels around the world.
These are some of the unique hotels that you could ever pay a visit to. Each one of them has some defining feature or the other that makes you lose yourself in the magical world created by the hoteliers. Have you ever visited these unique hotels and marveled at their architecture? Which one appealed to your aesthetic senses the most? Let us know in the comments section!