Now that the world is opening up again for leisure, it’s time to book that ticket and look for hotels to stay for some change in scenery and reboot from the quarantine life! Here are 23 unique and quirky hotels around the world that you can bok with agoda.com!
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So, without further ado, here is the list! Enjoy!
V8 Hotel (Germany)
If your love of cars is to the extreme, then this place will take your fantasies to the next level. Take a deep breath, turn around: you’re going to be very happy, as the rooms in this one-of-a-kind hotel are completely automotive-themed, from classic and vintage cars to racing cars and even cars. even the engine of the future.
We’ll protect our bets and say you’ll never see a match like this before. Sure, from the outside, this is a former vacuum cleaner factory, but inside, you’ll find it’s been converted into a quaint indoor campsite complete with caravans. refurbished classic and wooden cabins for accommodation.
The FloatHouse River Kwai (Thailand)
It’s a world away from the fictional drama that takes place in Pierre Boulle’s internationally acclaimed novel A Bridge Over the River Kwai – where prisoners of war are forced to build parts of the Road. Burmese iron crossing the river in 1942-1943. Instead, FloatHouse is an oasis of peace and quiet.
Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort (Finland)
We’re going to step out here on a snowy tree branch and say this place offers one of the most magical experiences on earth.
JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Dubai (UAE)
No wonder: it currently holds the world record for tallest hotel, at 355 m. Though something tells us it won’t be long before an aspiring architect with multi-million dollar backers puts out a bid for the title, so hurry in if you Enjoy adding some world record feathers at your bow.
Hotel Marques de Riscal (Spain)
Sometimes a beautiful place to stay is all about its location, sometimes its historical significance, and sometimes its architectural excellence. It is rare for a position to tick all the boxes. The Marques De Riscal Hotel is one such place, mainly because it is the only hotel ever designed by architectural genius Frank Gehry, who is best known for the Guggenheim and Bilbao.
Crazy Bear (United Kingdom)
Let’s imagine what it would be like if Alice fell into a rabbit hole marked “Adults Only”. Crazy Bear Beaconsfield is so lavish and sumptuous that it all seems a bit naughty.
The Plaza Hotel New York (United States)
Without a doubt, Plaza is definitely in the sensational category. But anyone can dream, right? And if you happen to be taking advantage of a bargain, there are worse ways to cash in than a night at this chic and stylish New York icon.
The Marmara Antalya Hotel (Turkey)
Now, before you get spooked by this moniker, we’d like to say that the hotel doesn’t spin too much as it rotates gently to provide guests with ever-changing views of the stunning turquoise waters of the island. Antalyan coast and the famous Falez cliffs.
Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort (China)
Building hotels in China is like a national sport: each project is bigger and more lavish than the last. Huzhou Hot Springs, affectionately known as “The Donut”, is the brainchild of Beijing-based architect Ma Yansong and features 321 rooms spread over 29 floors, 27 of which are on the surface. land, two of which are underwater.
Neemrana Fort Palace (India)
Fit for a king. Built in the 15th century, the palace was carved deep into the hillside to both protect the reigning king and command his lands and subjects.
Huka Lodge (New Zealand)
If you’re tired of parking your camper van at breathtaking locations along the way, indulge in a bit of luxury at the exclusive Huka Lodge. Honestly, it’s magical. That’s what you get with a combination of manicured grounds, breathtaking wilderness, and five-star care.
Conrad Hotel (Maldives)
I am totally lost for words.
Skylodge Adventure Suites (Peru)
Who knew clinging to the mountainside could be so relaxing? Installed in 2013, these cliff-side capsules are suspended 1,000 feet above the ground of the Sacred Valley in Peru. The combination of aluminum and polycarbonate as construction materials means that the cases are almost completely transparent, providing stunning visibility during the day or night.
Hotel de Glace (Canada)
As magical as an ice hotel can be seen from the outside, there’s nothing better than spending a night locked in a room entirely of beautifully sculpted ice to banish your skepticism.
Hotel Arctic (Greenland)
The remoteness and extreme weather conditions have deterred many travelers from making this trip far north, but it is these factors that make the Arctic Hotel so remarkable. The hotel is located right on the edge of the UNESCO-listed Ilulissat Ice Bay.
There are 15 of these geodesic domes, all loosely around a log house that functions as a common room for the dome’s guests. Durable, low-impact and energy-efficient geodesic design; each Whitepod is heated by a small wood fire, and that’s it.
We think you will have to make some trips. Can’t say which striking structure is more impressive – is it the UFO, the Bird’s Nest or the Mirror Block? Even the more traditional rooms, the Blue Cone, Cabin and Dragonfly, are stunningly beautiful.
The Caves (Jamaica)
Making the most of the stunning natural landscape and cliffside location, the Caves complex is an idyllic slice of seaside life. Beneath the 12 clifftop cottages, the sapphire sea shimmers, and just a few miles away is the bustling, seven-mile stretch of Negril Beach.
Longitude 131 (Australia)
There is no error in the image. Yes, this is Uluru, Australia’s iconic and world-famous landmark, which you can see from your own private white-roofed shack.
Attrap Reves (France)
The idea of this place revolves around creating an experience in harmony with nature that is out of the way. Or should we say outside the bubble. Attrap Rêves offers customers their own sleeping bubbles in six different locations across France.
Quinta Real Zacatecas (Mexico)
Cleverly designed to maximize the drama of the 17th-century San Pedro bullring, the hotel rooms surround the bullring, encased in original colonial architecture. The hotel also overlooks the city’s ancient arched viaduct.
Ashford Castle (Ireland)
Who wouldn’t be swept away by fantasies of medieval castle life? Especially, this place is now full of five-star modern facilities.