The Most Unusual Hotels That Tourists Can Stay at Around the World

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One of the main things any traveler searches for before boarding on a plane is accommodation. Either it’s a hotel, a hostel or an Airbnb rented apartment, everyone needs somewhere to stay. Depending on the budget that someone has, they will choose between a good quality hostel, a nice hotel or a luxurious suite. The point is that there are various choices in all three categories and some quite unusual ones. They are probably a little more pricey than you would think, but how many chances will you get to stay at a place that has a bed in the shape of an old-time car?

1. Underwater Shark Tank hotel in Paris, France

Whoever sleeps in these rooms, they have a view of the Aquarium de Paris, which is located near the Eiffel Tower. The glass surrounding the room is very strong, since flesh-eating sharks pass around it.


2. SiloStay in Little River, New Zealand

Visitors don’t have anything special to see near the SiloStay hotel, but the apartments themselves seem like an interesting accomodation. Do you agree?


3. The Dog Bark Park Inn in Idaho, USA

This bed & breakfast can be accesed throught the stairs that lead to the second floor where the rooms are located. A totally different experience that will thrill dog lovers.


4. V8 Hotel in Stuttgart, Germany

The entire hotel and each room separately is decorated keeping the automobile theme in mind. Every room has pieces of old cars, racing paraphernalia and even drive-through cinemas.


5. Dasparkhotel in Ottensheim, Austria

Each room is made of repurposed drainpipes and guests can pay as much as they wish. They are offered lighting, beddings and power, but they have to use public restrooms.


6. Hotel Costa Verde in Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica

This unique hotel has a two-bedroom suite, which offers a magnificent view of the rainforest.


7. Crane Hotel Faralda in Amsterdam, Netherlands

This hotel offer three suites built in an old crane. The craziest thing is that at the top of the crane there is a jacuzzi for guests to relax and enjoy the view.


8. Skylodge Adventure Suites in Sacred Valley, Peru

These transparent pods located on the cliffs of the valley require guests to climb in order to reach them. Guests must be excellect climbers otherwise this will not be a stressless vacation.

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Based on the budget of each traveler and the level of danger that they want to experience, they can reserve an accomodation that will either be as normal as staying at their house or the most dangerous thing they’ve ever done.

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