Unusual Places to Stay Around the World
Do you think of unusual places to stay around the world? We all travel, and we all stay in hotels. But for those adventurous kinds, there are some exclusive places that pump in the rush. Yes, here’s a list of some of the

fantastic places to stay around the world

that are unique in every aspect and fuel your desire to experience the difference.

Propeller Island City Lodge (Berlin, Germany)


This hotel’s rooms, designed by the German artist Lars Strohschein, range from those with a padded cell to upside-down rooms. You can find a crypt room with coffin beds and a room with a lion cage for beds. If you are in love with yourself, then opt for a room lined with angled mirrors. Whichever room you take, this hotel will definitely give you a unique experience.

No Man’s Fort (Solent, Portsmouth)


No Man’s Fort was initially built in the Victorian era (1867 to 1880) to guard Portsmouth against an attack by Napoleon the Third. Now, this fort has turned into a luxurious hotel with 22 bedrooms, a nightclub, a lighthouse, and a laser quest arena. Surrounded by blue waters on all sides, this hotel is sure to give you the ultimate private island feel.

The Magic Mountain Hotel (Hulio Hulio Reserve, Chile)

Magic Mountain Hotel

The Magic Mountain Hotel, nestled amid a natural habitat, is built from local wood and stone. The volcanic mountain-shaped hotel spews water from the top and has a cable bridge leading to its front door. Each of the nine rooms has large windows with a spectacular view and is equipped with all modern amenities. The hot tub is made by carving out huge tree trunks and filled with hot water, with a view overlooking the forest. Apart from the mini-golf course built in the forest, there are other outdoor activities such as river rafting, hiking, and horseback riding.

Kruger Shalati Luxury Lodge: The Train on the Bridge (Kruger National Park, South Africa)

The Train on the Bridge

Perched high over the Sabie River within the legendary Kruger National Park, it is a quirky yet amazing accommodation within a refurbished locomotive. It comprises over 30 rooms, categorized into Carriage Suites and Bridge House Suites. They all offer exceptional comforts and come with a suspended pool, a walkway, and opportunities for game viewing, bushwalking, and safari activities.

Ice Hotel (Jukkasjärvi, Sweden)

Ice Hotel Jukkasjärvi Founded in 1989 as an art exhibition, this hotel is made of natural ice and snow from the frozen Torne River. In spring, the hotel melts and returns to nature. Every winter, the artists design new themed suites and rooms, making it n unbelievable spot for a chilled out stay amid nature.

Cedar Creek Treehouse (Ashford, Washington, USA)

With each of its cabins built on a giant cedar tree, this treehouse offers spectacular views of Mother Nature. With the music of a mountain stream flowing by your cabin, you would wake up feeling divine and filled with bliss. For miles, you can see the lush green forest and the sun splashing and illuminating the tree trunks. These treehouses utilize solar energy for power and have a kitchen with a gas stove, water, sink, and cooking utensils. You are offered complimentary tea, coffee, herbs, and spices. The bath has a hot water facility, and you can also swim and fish right in your front yard. Cedar Creek Treehouse hotel is a perfect place to lie down on Mother Nature’s lap.

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Bond Island Windmill (Norfolk, England)

Bond Island Windmill (Norfolk, England)

This accommodation in a restored 300-year-old, James Bond-inspired windmill allows for a refreshing stay along Norfolk Boards’ waterways. It has a capacity for five people and promises a memorable getaway in a panoramic, green setting. Relax in its Bond-style lounge, cook in the industrial-style circular kitchen, and cozy up with a wood burner. It is a pet-friendly property, with facilities for up to two dogs.

Jumbo Stay (Stockholm Arlanda Airport, Sweden)

Stockholm Arlanda Airport A Boeing 747, built in 1976, is converted to provide comfortable accommodation and a stunning view of the airstrip at Arlanda Airport. With 27 rooms and 76 beds in total, it gives a one-of-a-kind experience to its customers. It boasts a deluxe cockpit suite with a panoramic view, private rooms, single rooms, four bedrooms, twin bedrooms, and dorm rooms, all equipped with a flat-screen TV and free wireless internet.

Crazy Bear (Beaconsfield, UK)

 Crazy Bear

Housed in one of the oldest documented buildings (15th century) in Beaconsfield, this hotel is the perfect blend of amazing architecture and uncompromised luxury. All the rooms are designed to give a fairytale-like feeling and are equipped with Wi-Fi, 24-hour room service, and many more facilities.

La Balade Des Gnomes (Durbuy, Belgium)

Tucked away in the quaint part of the Belgian Adennes, it features 12 distinct accommodations that exude a rustic charm. They range from La Cabane Dans La Forest, Hutta Di Zobabou-Bou, and La Legende Des Trolls to the most unique Le Cheval De Troi (Trojan Horse), designed to resemble a horse.

The Manta Resort (Pemba Island, Tanzania)

Manta Resort Pemba Island

This one-of-a-kind hotel boasts an underwater bedroom (four meters below the surface) to allow you to enjoy marine life much closer. Enjoy the top deck for stargazing, sunbathing, and dining while you sleep on the water deck in a room with a peaceful yet exciting view of marine life.

The Giraffe Manor (Nairobi, Kenya)


Surrounded by beautiful forest, the Giraffe Manor was built when the first European came to East Africa in the 1930s to enjoy safaris. Apart from the delightful courtyards and sunny terraces, the most fascinating part of this is the resident herd of Rothschild giraffes. You might be pleasantly surprised when, often in the mornings and evenings, these giraffes visit you, poking their long necks through the windows and testing if you like to share your food.

Seaventures Dive Rig (Borneo, Malaysia)

Seaventures Dive Rig (Borneo, Malaysia)

Know what it is like to stay on an oil rig at Seaventures Dive Rig, close to Mabul Island. This restored accommodation is a five-star resort surrounded by the island’s breathtaking beauty. Enjoy the thrill of staying in one of its cabin-like rooms right in the middle of the ocean. The water surrounding the resort is a haven for divers, so make the most of the resort’s superb diving programs.

Free spirit spheres (Qualicum Beach, Canada)

Qualicum Beach, Canada

These treehouses considered to be an engineering marvel, are spheres that are handcrafted and suspended like pendants from a web of rope and sway gently in the breeze. You can book these treehouses for an overnight rental to give a wonderful experience to the spirit in us.

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Holmen Husky Lodge (Norway)

Holmen Husky Lodge (Norway)

Admire the unequaled beauty of Arctic nature in its entire grandeur as you stay at Holmen Husky Lodge, in Norway’s Alta. Beyond a refreshing stay in a heavenly atmosphere, it is a perfect spot to witness the phenomenal Northern Lights and also indulge in various adventure activities like dog sledding, king crab tours, and fishing (in Alta Fjord).

While staying at these unique hotels can sometimes test your guts, it goes without saying that booking a night at these hotels will give you unforgettable memories to cherish for a lifetime.

Young and Brilliant, Rajkumar Gaikwad is a marketing head by profession and an enthusiastic traveler driven by passion for trekking and adventure. He believes that the best product in the market sells like hot cakes.

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