5 most unique hotels in the world
When you’re staying in a hotel, all you really need from your accommodation is a bed, clean sheets and a roof over your head. However, the dull surroundings of the average hotel can be a little uninspiring, to say the least. To make your stay in a hotel one to remember, you could try to make things a bit more interesting by staying in one of the following unique and incredible creations.
While a night in one of these hotels might not come on the cheap, the experience you have will be an unforgettable one. You can help to raise funds for a few nights by visiting musicMagpie.com, where you can make a bit of money by selling your old things.
Jumbo Stay is a unique hostel in Sweden that offers guests a chance to spend a night in a Jumbo Jet. The Stockholm based enterprise features the usual array of room that you’d find in an ordinary hotel, including family rooms, and can also be used for conferences, visits or just for a drink. Rooms come from as little from £45 a night and can be booked for up to 31 nights.
The Giraffe Manor
Built in 1932 by Sir David Duncan, The Giraffe Manor was originally created as hunting lodge in Nairobi. The luxuriously furnished building was based on a Scottish lodge of the same nature and is set within view of both Mount Kilimanjaro and the Ngong Hills. Despite its less than wholesome history, the hotel now has a more noble function, in keeping with its regal look, and is used both as a guest house and giraffe sanctuary, allowing guests to get up close and personal with the giant animals, and even feed them through bedroom windows.
Daddy Long Legs Boutique Hotel
A night in the Daddy Long Legs Boutique Hotel is like being part of an art exhibition. The hotel, located in Cape Town, South Africa, is fitted with both dorms and private rooms, which are all uniquely decorated with interactive interpretations of the culture in Cape Town.
Poseidon Undersea Resort
Named after the Greek god of the sea, Poseidon Undersea Resort is a massive complex surrounded by a 5,000 acre lagoon in Fiji. The hotel will be the world’s first seafloor resort when construction finally finishes on the building, and will feature hotel rooms at a depth of 40 feet. Guests staying in the resort will be afforded spectacular views of the world outside with glass walkways and panoramic bedroom windows. Reservations start at £30,000 per week, however, would be guests have plenty of time to save up as the completion date of the project is as yet unknown.
The Kelebek Hotel in Turkey offers guests a chance to spend a night in a cave, however, far from being the cold and dark experience you might expect, the resort has over 36 room fitted with hand made furniture and locally produced fabrics. As well as a luxurious interior, the hotel, which carved out of several large caves in the heart of the town of Goreme, has wonderful views overlooking Uchisar and Cavusin.