Traveling is a privilege, and who wouldn’t want to make full use of their journeys to explore and experience all that they could get when they are far away from home?? Take your accommodation choices to the next level by booking a stay with these unique hotels for your next trip!
Nestled in a village of approximately 600, Treehotel is a unique hotel in the sense that it is not a building with rooms in it, but a collective of multiple hotel rooms (named treerooms) spread out in the company of mother nature. The treerooms each have their own particular shape, size, and theme, and were designed by top Scandinavian architects. We’re talking about a UFO, mirrored cube, bird’s nest, and many more.
Rosas & Xocolate Boutique Hotel, Mexico
Rosas & Xocolate looks a lot like what its name suggests — pink and brown. This unique hotel blends in past and present, culture, history, architecture, and the meaning of family. Not missing out on cocoa and chocolate, guests have to try out their “Sensory Refuge SPA”, a fantastic therapy experience using ancient and traditional Mexican treatments and techniques with chocolate. Rosas & Xocolate aims to uplift and promote indigenous Mexican culture, making the hotel an absolute must-stay in Mérida, Yucatán, while visiting Mexico.
Time Capsule Retreat, Malaysia
Time Capsule Retreat is famous for their little, cozy capsule rooms that were made out of concrete pipe cylinders. Rather unique hotel rooms, the bathrooms are located a few steps away from the rooms; and this gives guests the chance to take in the fresh air and greatness of mother nature. The estate is situated in the small town of Sungai Lembing, and includes other types of accomodations for those that want more than just a stay in a concrete pipe.
The Rookery, England
An absolute charm from the 18th century, The Rookery is a unique hotel, as it maintains its period charm; giving guests the chance to immerse themselves in what it must feel like in the past. The hotel is a survivor of time, having been converted from the last remaining historic quarters in its region. With its impeccable decor and designs, guests are bound to feel absolutely fancy in this hotel.
Keemala Hotel, Thailand
The backstory of this unique hotel/resort begins with inspirational stories of four clans and their cultures. The hotel features different types of rooms: Tree Pool Houses, Clay Pool Cottages, Tent Pool Villas, and Bird’s Nest Pool Villas; with each one inspired by different clans. Keemala Hotel is a luxury hotel and resort, focusing on peace, serenity, and wellness, making it a great getaway, as it is wonderfully tucked into the belly of mother nature.
Sails in the Desert, Australia
What makes this location a unique hotel is its dedication to preserve and promote Aboriginal culture, while giving travelers a roof above their heads while visiting the majestic Uluru. Sails in the Desert provides guests with luxurious experience with its outstanding services and amenities, as well as a plethora of activities to fill up itineraries and make full use of the time spent at Uluru.
Ever wanted to live in a snow globe? Well, here’s your chance! Not exactly, but close enough. Attrap’Rêves is a unique hotel that features clear bubble rooms, so that guests can experience living out in the open without having to worry about the cold or bugs. Each room comes with its own private bathroom, and are surrounded by mother nature to protect each and every guest’s privacy.
Tulou Fuyulou Changdi Inn, China
Located in a UNESCO World Heritage village that was built with a strong purpose, this unique hotel/bed & breakfast is perfect for those looking for an unforgettable and priceless experience. Be blown away by the culture and history of Fujian Tulou, a fascinating and impressive reminder of the amazing minds and lives of the people of the past. The family managing the inn also serves delicious and authentic traditional Hakka cuisine, giving guests the opportunity to a full immersive experience of the breathtaking village, culture, and history of Fujian.
Tokyo Ginza BAY HOTEL, Japan
The BAY HOTEL in Ginza, Tokyo, is a modern hotel featuring capsule bedrooms and shared spaces. This unique hotel is perfect for those looking for a quick, convenient, and flexible stay while in the city. The hotel also has a gender-segregated option for women who do not wish to have to bump into men, as their entire 4th floor is strictly only for women. Strategically located nearby train stations and points of attraction, BAY HOTEL is definitely a great choice for travelers.
Gully Huts at Forest Gully Farms, United States
Three little huts for an underground stay in Tennessee are just some of the points that make this entry a unique hotel. Absolutely adorable, the Gully Huts come in a combo of 3, with them having their own purpose. While on the property, guests are welcome to hop on a foraging tour, which needs to be set up by appointment.
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