Do you love unusual places? Voila! Especially for you we brought together the most unique hostels and hotels of the world in our rating:
• Container Hostel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
If you are similar to us, ladders and elevators probably too tire you. And so it would be desirable to fly from one floor to another using the slide, have you ever thought about it? Then this place is for you. The Container Hostel in Malaysia has their own slide! And by the way, the interior of the hostel is remarkable not only for it!
• Kakslauttanen, Lapland, Finland
Have you ever dreamt about a night together under the starry sky? It is even better: an igloo built from glass overlooking the polar lights of the polar sky. The Finnish family hotel offers not only unusual accommodation, but also the biggest smoke sauna in the world. Even children’s hearts have a reason to shine because there lives Santa Claus in the big festival house in which about 250 people can accommodate. As a highlight here is the nature of Lapland, near National park of Finland.
• Hub Hostel New, Lisbon, Portugal
Travelling around the world is fine and cultivating experience, but it also shall be incredibly cheerful! In Hub New Lisbon they know about it and therefore they decided to construct adult amusement park in the middle of the hostel! The hostel is rather big and also it is ready to accept every “not adult” adult.
• Dog Bark Park Inn, Cottonwood, the USA
Possibly, someone loves dogs too strong. Designers Dennis and Francis from the State of Idaho are owners of a network of hostels, but this time they decided to design something special for the guests. The big beagle friendly waves a tail in the middle of the public park. Through a main entrance you can get to the sleeping area and the first floor, a recreation room with a double bed and a lot of small dogs sculptures, made from wood on the walls. Designers paid their attention to every detail, there are even cookies in the form of a dog instead of simple chocolate bars.
• Sala Silvergruva, Sala, Sweden
All that glitters is not gold. Silver also can shine brightly. 500 meters underground, Sala Silver Mine in Sweden is the deepest hotel in the world. Silver mining was stopped in the 18th century then mines were decided to be turned into a hotel. Cave rooms are completely furnished with silver, and temperature in hotels still reminds of mines: near – 18 °C.
• Railway Square YHA, Sydney, Australia
In Railway Square YHA you have an opportunity to spend a night in the re-equiped train coaches! In the main building there are, of course, cozy rooms and regular conveniences for conservatives.