6 Unusual Hotels You Have to See to Believe
Jules’ Undersea Lodge – Key Largo, Florida
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Whether you are a fan of Jules Verne or you just love the idea of heading under the sea for your next hotel visit, Jules’ Undersea Lodge in Key Largo has you covered. When you check into your room, you have to actually go 21 feet under the surface of the water. Whether you are an expert diver or you’ve never scuba dived before, you’re in for an adventure.
The Mirrorcube – Harads, Sweden
Have you ever wanted to see the world from a height? This hotel offers you a unique view in a 12′ x 12′ x 12′ cube that can fit two people. The cube is surrounded by one-way mirrors which obstruct you from outside view, but allow you to see the world. The cube sits around a tree trunk, suspended in the air.
Dog Bark Park Inn – Cottonwood, Idaho
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If you really love your beagle, you’ll fall in love with this bed and breakfast. The accommodations are beagle themed, and were created by the owners. Guests enter the larger of the two dogs on the property, which can hold up to four guests. You’ll fall in love with Sweet Willy, the bed and breakfast dog.
Hotel Kakslauttanen – Saariselka, Finland
Have you ever dreamed of sleeping in an igloo? How about sleeping under the Northern Lights? Combine the two and stay in Hotel Kakslauttanen. The Igloo Village offers a unique look at the Northern Lights that you simply won’t get anywhere else. You will feel like you are sleeping out under the stars, while staying warm and cozy in a bed. What makes this possible? The igloos are made of glass.
Kokopelli’s Cave Bed and Breakfast – Farmingon, New Mexico
When staying at a hotel, how often do you have to sign a waiver? Probably not very often. However, when you stay at Kokopelli’s, you’ll need to. To get into this bed and breakfast, you’ll need to climb down a cliff and ladder. The one room cave is 100 feet underground, and only has three holes drilled for electricity and ventilation.
Capsule Hotel – Den Haag, Netherlands
Spend the night in a survival pod that actually was used on an oil rig. The pods were built in 1972 and are now used as hotel rooms based at Free Architecture Surf Terrain. The pods were first used as a hotel as a project in 2004, and now the owner is looking to branch out in different areas. The bright orange pods are something you won’t see anywhere else.
Whether you’re looking for your spots for cheap vacations or you’re looking for something you can tell your friends about, there are interesting options all over the world.