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Styled as a giant dog, the Dog Bark Park Inn is a cozy bed and breakfast that promises an enjoyable experience to families. The property is owned by Dennis and Frances, who are chainsaw artists, and who also have their own shop, selling a range of wooden dog carvings. The guest house is built inside the World's biggest beagle, and the loft, situated on the dog's muzzle(top floor) is a nice place for children to sleep. The rooms at this lodge are equipped with the necessary amenities, and also have private bathrooms. An exciting place for a short vacation, Dog Bark Park welcomes you with its warm service and cozy atmosphere.
If nature and adventure excite you, then Treehotel is the best accommodation for you. Offering five unique tree houses that range from a cozy couple unit to a family cabin, they are comfortable and give the best view of the surrounding forest and mountain range. Try out the sauna room which can fit up to eight people. There is also a restaurant on-site where you can try out the freshly prepared wild game dishes. The Dragonfly is a conference room for 12 people that also has beds if you plan to stay overnight. Seasonal outdoor activities can be availed here such as kayaking, fishing, biking and more.
The Aurora Express is a one of a kind hotel where the guests stay in renovated railroad carriages. Each of the cars has been decked up with a different theme beginning from the late 1800s. The owners Mike and Susan Wilson are incredibly friendly and if you get the time, definitely ask them for the story of how they came up with the idea of railroad themed accommodation and its execution. Consider staying in the Caboose if you are travelling as a couple. The Arlene which is a hospital car used in World War 2 or the Can Can which used to be a pullman car are great options too. Located away from the hustle and bustle of the city, the Aurora Express is a delight to stay in and you wouldn’t be surprised when you find yourself coming back here soon.
As the name suggests, the Faralda Crane Hotel is in fact located inside a crane which towers over 50 meters (164 feet) above the ground. The hotel is located in the premises of the NSDA shipyard of Amsterdam and has garnered immense popularity owing to its unique design. The hotel houses only three suites but these are elegantly designed with different themes in mind. The Mystique Suite is designed with sheer opulence; its luxury queen-size bed, royal furnishings and deep hues combined with majestic views of the city below, makes it an epitome of ethereal beauty. The Secret Suite embraces modernity at its very core and continues to offer pristine views of the city, a golden Penguin enhances the uniqueness of the suite. The third and the last suite is the Free Spirit Suite and it's drenched in milder hues, the Free Spirit Suite provides breathtaking views of the harbor.
The thought of a sewage pipe is a repulsing one. Das Park Pipe Hotel intends to change all that with their remodeled drainage pipes (rooms) which are unique and comfortable. These industrial drainage pipes were taken from scrap yards and converted into well designed accommodations. Lodgers can pay whatever amount they want to pay or can afford. Each pipe comes with a bed, skylight and shelves along with luggage space.
If you are in Manaus, craving for an adventurous stay, the Ariau Amazon Towers is the perfect place to go to. Built on a tree top in the middle of the Amazon Rainforest, this is the largest tree top hotel in the world. Right from the boat ride to reach it, the scenic beauty that surrounds it to the services that are offered here, the hotel provides a unique stay in every possible way. Divided into eight towers, it features well-equipped, comfortable rooms and suites, a bar and a restaurant. Boasting of an excellent room service and business center, this place will make Tarzan's life look like cakewalk! Apart from the fantastic accommodation also on the offer, are various activities amongst which swimming with the pink bottle-nosed dolphins, trekking in the rainforest and tree- climbing are highly recommended. Needless to say, even a short stay here will be memorable.
Ever wondered what living in a bubble feels like? Ask those who've had the experience of living inside a clear bubble house. Attrap'Rêves offers 6 different bubbled accommodations, in Aullach, France, just about 9.65 kilometers (6 miles) from Marseilles. Talk about unusual stays! An experience here entails a wonderful night spent safely tucked in while being able to admire the twinkling stars above. Each of these bubbled abodes are done up in style, each themed around a concept. Sustainable and eco-friendly, Attrap'Rêves makes for an unforgettable stay. Check their website for information on various package deals.
If you have innate love for water and always wished to stay on a boat house, then this hotel is just the right choice for you. Located on Albert Dock, a famous tourist attraction, the Yellow Submarine is a hotel full of luxuries. World class amenities coupled with a beautiful location makes this accommodation a perfect choice for couples as well as families. The master bedroom of the yellow sub is inspired by the suite at Burj Al Arab, while the entire boat is replete with furnishings from Italy and Paris. Since it is in close proximity to all the major tourist attractions, it gives you an added advantage to travel on foot and explore the city. Airport pick-up and drop is available in plush Hummer Limos and Rolls Royce Phantoms; for obviously an extra cost. Check their website for more details.
Dreamy, simply dreamy. In the mid-nineties, the composer, photographer and publisher Lars Stroschen transformed a number of 'normal' Berlin flats into an innovative art hotel. Ranging from the mirror room, which is almost entirely covered with mirrors to a surreal, upside-down room, each room is unique and thrilling, to say the least. One room is completely decorated in green upholstered leather while another is full of gothic fancy with coffins for beds! The hotel has been so successful that another hotel is to be opened soon.
Stay in the lap of luxury on the edge of the Urho Kekkonen National Park. This resort offers a variety of unique accommodations for both families and couples alike. From the resort's iconic glass igloos to Santa's Home, there is something for every kind of traveler. From reindeer, husky and snow tank safaris to ice fishing, aurora hunting and cross-country skiing, one thing is guaranteed - you'll never be bored. Summer time brings a host of fun water sports activities for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy. If you're just looking for a bit of R&R, the smoke saunas offer the perfect opportunity to simply relax. The brave at heart can try a bout of ice swimming here too. A combination of stunning location, comfortable accommodation, world-class service and a host of engaging activities makes a stay here an experience worth savoring.
Enter a world of crooked stairways, cave-like sitting rooms and giant spider webs at the Hang Nga Crazy House. The place draws many tourists and locals because of its eccentric attractions. Nicknamed as 'crazy house' by the locals, you can find here a giraffe tea room, bridges shaped like branches, guest rooms with bear skin rugs and other such nutty stuff. The house has been built by Hang Nga, daughter of former President of Vietnam, Truong Chinh. Much of the furniture and decor here of the guest rooms are inspired from fantasy and folklore. Visiting this place is a complete fun experience.
Nine Hours Capsule Hotel has 125 rooms and appears to have come straight out of a science fiction film. Set in a monochromatic decor, the hotel provides innovative sleeping technology during your stay here. The pods are designed focusing only on inducing maximum relaxation and sleepiness. You are also provided with a light-based alarm clock which increases the brightness of the light in your pod at the set time and traditional Japanese night clothes. Note that there are different color coded floors for men and women.