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When it comes to holidays, the hotel itself can be as much a part of the vacation as the destination. Before you make a reservation at a luxury hotel, think about all the options available. From a tree house to an ice house, here are some of the most unique hotels from around the world.
Kamalame Cay: Your private island
Bahamas: Do you dream of Robinson Crusoe on a private island? Kamalame Cay offers a private getaway to the island with the adventures of Robinson Crusoe and all the luxuries of a four-star hotel. This 96-acre soft sandy island is located just off the Andros Bay in the Bahamas and can only be reached by private ferry or seaplane. Covered with private villas, guests can enjoy Caribbean cuisine, some of the best snorkeling and fishing along the island's pristine beaches, and swim in the island's freshwater pool. Kamalame Cay meets the need for adventure, offering romance, luxury hotel accommodation and natural beauty.
Utter Inn: Drink with fish
Utter Inn, or Otter Inn in English, is a small, floating Swedish red house with an underwater bedroom equipped with panoramic windows, so you can literally sleep with fish. Karczma is an artistic project of Mikael Genberg, which has realized several other artistic hotels, such as Hotell Hackspett or Woodpecker Hotel, a tree house, located more than 40 feet above the Swedish park. Just hope you don't get claustrophobic because you get off the boat and don't pick you up until the morning.
The Jail Backpackers: taste of a great home for a small price
Mount Gambier, South Australia, Australia
The renovated prison, built in 1864, now serves as a hostel for tourists and travelers. Located in Mount Gambier, South Australia, Jail Backpackers gives tourists the chance to spend a night or weekend in a slammer at affordable prices, $ 45 for a double room, $ 20 for a dorm room. Don't worry though; you are not locked at night. This budget hotel offers a kitchen, TV lounge, pool tables, quiet lounge with fireplace, walled garden space and restaurant. The area of Mount Gambier offers many outdoor activities, the most famous is Blue Lake, which is located in a volcano. There are many hiking trails, cave tours and the possibility of boarding sand.
The Queen Mary: Don't jump on the ship on this haunted boat
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If spending the night in jail isn't scary enough, try to spend the night in the haunted hotel / boat, Queen Mary. This liner and warship from World War II has a haunted history. One of the most haunted places on the boat is an unused first class pool. Women in vintage bathing suits wandered around, and wet footprints were mysteriously found, leading from the deck to the cloakroom. This luxury hotel not only offers visits, but also historic tours, numerous world-class restaurants, cabaret shows, a comedy club, spa and apartments. For 459 USD you can spend the night in one of the haunted cabins, but are you brave enough?
Parrot Nest Lodge: On the tree under the stars
Sleeping here will not be as scary as Queen Mary, unless you are afraid of heights and birds. The Parrot Nest Lodge consists of two thatched tree houses, four cabins and two bathhouses and is surrounded on three sides by the Mopan River, which offers a refreshing dip. As the name suggests, there are a large number of parrots, as well as hundreds of other birds, making it the best place to observe birds. Giant iguanas are also another friendly guest in the garden. Breakfast and dinner are also included in the price of the room on the tree for only USD 40-50 for renting a room for the night, making it a cheap hotel with leisure facilities. I hope you are not afraid of wild nature.
Heceta Head Lighthouse: on the cliffs
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If spending the night at the treehouse was too high, try spending the evening at the lighthouse on the cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The Heceta Head lighthouse is over a hundred years old and is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful lighthouses in the world. Heceta is also Seattle's brightest lighthouse, casting 21 miles of light on the sea. The Queen Anne Guardian House has been renovated into a bed and breakfast where guests can see the lighthouse at night, which is a rare occasion. In the morning, a seven-course breakfast is served, which is included in the room price. Magical is one word that many guests use to describe the Heceta lighthouse and bed and breakfast.
Beckham Creek Cave Haven: Eco-tourist haven
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The creation of Beckham Creek Cave Haven took over four years. It was created in accordance with the philosophy according to which constant protection of our environment is of the utmost importance. Located in a 530-acre country in the Buffalo National River, this cave hotel offers ecotourists the solitude and plenty of outdoor entertainment in the Ozark. In the estate itself there is a mountain and plenty of places for hiking, cycling and fishing.
Ice Hotel: Stop the ice
Sweden The Cave, Hotel Ice, is an ice cave carved out of 10,000 tons of crystal clear ice cut from the River Torne. Every year, the hotel must be built from scratch, with new projects and new concepts; is constantly being born. This luxury hotel has an ice chapel, an ice art exhibition hall, a cinema and the world-famous Absolut ice bar. If you can face freezing temperatures, the Ice Hotel is worth the trip.
The Gladstone Hotel: 37 artistic rooms
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Each room is not designed out of ice, but designed by a different artist. Located in Toronto, Gladstone is a unique city hotel with rooms designed by artists, as well as short-term art studios and exhibition spaces. The hotel offers a unique insight into the diverse artistic environment of Toronto. Make hotel reservations in the Teen Queen room and relive Jr. Summer or spend the night in a quiet Skygazer Room decorated with an amazing wall treatment of plastic relics in the form of clouds.
Burj-al-Arab: sail away in luxury
Dubai: This Dubai hotel in one of the fastest-growing cities is more than just a hotel; this is experience. That is, if you can afford to book a hotel. Burj-al-Arab, resembling a wavy sail, dominates the Dubai panorama at 321 meters. Recognized by some as the best hotel in the world, this luxury apartment hotel is designed for wealthy people and offers 24-hour care of trained butlers, private reception on each floor, and a spa and wellness center. At night, the hotel is surrounded by choreographic colorful sculptures of water and fire. Burj-al-Arab is luxury at its best and the most extravagant.