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IN Lifestyle ON 01 Feb, 2016
We mostly select hotels on the basis of location, affordability and comfort. But don’t you wish to have once in a life time experience full of luxury and uniqueness. These unusual hotels are just out of the world. You can spend quality time with your loved one at the center of the sea or stay in the hotels providing fairy tale theme rooms. Check out these 11 extraordinary hotels you must visit before you die.
This unbelievable hotel appears to be a series of houses arranged one above the other. The green façade of Inntel Hotel Zaandam looks mesmerizing and eye-catching even from a distance. This hotel is situated just beside the Zaandam train station. It takes only 12 minutes to reach the Amsterdam city center from the hotel.
The donut-like shape of this Chinese hotel provides facilities and services even better than its superior design. The two towers of the hotel are linked by an underwater bridge. You can witness the beautiful architecture of the hotel during an outstanding light show at night.
This ancient hotel built in the 1960s is a superb illustration of science fiction in the Czech Republic. This sci-fi getaway is situated nearly 1,012 meters above sea level. The steel railings in the interior of the hotel provide an industrial touch to it.
This capsule-like hotel is surely not meant for claustrophobic people. The sleep-wake beats in the sleeping pod provides an ambient control system for sound sleep.
If you love to spend time near the sea, then this is the perfect destination for you. It is the "first luxury cruise ship on land" which provides luxurious experience of cruise ship. You can enjoy the lovely scenery of the ocean from a revolving sky lounge of the resort.
Spitbank Fort is located just at the center of the sea. This lavish secluded island is well equipped with all the modern amenities such as rooftop swimming pool, steam bath and fire pit. Well if you're an adventurous person, then you would be glad to know that an alleged ghost lives at Spitbank Fort.
This treehouse hotel is situated in Vancouver Island's coastal rainforest. The Free Spirit Spheres are round shaped tree houses that provide a unique experience to its guests. Though access to the rooms is little difficult through elevated pathways, bridges and twisted stairways, but at the end it's totally worth it.
If you want to spend quality time on the train without any worry about missing your stop, then you would love to stay at this hotel. Mike and Susan Wilson renovated the Aurora Express. They transformed retired Alaska Railroad cars into an exclusive bed and breakfast hotel. Each room reminds of the ancient eras in Alaska.
The Wigwam Motel, influenced by Native American culture, provides separate tents that are convenient as well as comfortable. Frank Redford built these motels across America in the 1930s out of which only three exist now.
This hotel may appear like an unusual country house at first glance but actually it's an imaginative hotel with ten guest rooms. Each room of the hotel has its distinct theme inspired by fairy tale. Treat yourself like a princess and land into this fantasy world.
This antique hotel is situated in the jungle canopy of Costa Rica. The retired aircraft Boeing 727 airframe was bought by the hotel. It was transported from San Jose International Airport into the lavish Manuel Antonio National Park. This luxurious hotel suite now stands on a 50-foot pedestal and provides panoramic views from the top to its guests.