Tuesday, 13 May 2014

5 Of The Most Bizarre Hotels In The World

Just when you thought you'd seen all that hotels can offer, you find out there's flying beds, LED-colored showers, and even rooms converted from train cars at some resorts! As strange as it may seem, the traditional spa amenities, room service, and fancy elevators are boring in comparison. Guests who visit these extraordinary inns have a surreal and exceptional experience every time.
Here are 5 of the most bizarre hotels in the world include:
1. Propeller Island City Lodge 
Imagine living in a giant art installation with flying beds, furry walls, and an entire upside-down room. The guests at Propeller Island City Lodge, in Berlin, Germany, have an odd, yet spectacular experience. Here, every room is designed differently, and the furnishing and other objects can't be found anywhere else on the planet. Many consider it to be an art museum that gives guests an opportunity to alter their perspective of reality.
2. The Five Hotel 
Dripping in romance, The Five Hotel is in the City of Love - Paris. Intimacy meets you everywhere you turn in this red, black, and white themed hotel. All 24 of the stylish contemporary rooms are designed to stimulate all five senses. You are guaranteed to feel rest, relaxation and romance. There are star-lit ceilings, LED-colored showers, and your choice of oil scents in every room. The ambiance of this hotel is truly unique.
3. Seaventures Dive Resort 
Do you love diving? Ever wondered what it's like to live on a rig? Seaventures Dive Resort in Malaysia is the only dive rig in the world. When you take a dive here, beautiful corals, white tip grey reef sharks, hawksbill turtles, jack fish, shoals of barracuda, and more will surround you. Although this resort maintains the feel of a working rig, the rooms are extremely comfortable and the food is amazing. What's also cool about this place is that there's a house reef directly below the rig.
4. Train Station Inn 
The century old Nova Scotia Train Station was converted into a unique bed and breakfast. Train Station Inn has deluxe guest accommodations that have been renovated to reflect the age of the railway car. These transformed cabooses are equipped like most hotels, with queen-sized beds, fireplaces, Wi-Fi, and more. Besides the incredible rooms, you'll find a railway museum, café, and gift shop.
5. Treebones Resort 
For a one-of-a-kind camping experience, Treebones Resort is the perfect place to visit. Located on the cliff of Big Sur, California, guests live in yurts, experiencing the nature of a tent with the comfort of a cabin. When you walk out to your private patio, you're automatically standing in the middle of the woods. And from your bed under the sky dome ceilings, you can gaze into the stars at night.
Looking for more extraordinary hotels? In Frankenmuth, MI, the Bavarian Inn gives guest an unforgettable experience. See our site: http://bavarianinn.com.

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