For those who holiday in style, staying in a standard luxury hotel is outdated. Travelers these days prefer off-beat accommodation to make their holiday a memorable experience. Imagine yourself sleeping under the northern lights, walking in an underwater glass pavement with sharks swimming around, or in a hotel where giraffes accompany you for breakfast. There are a number of hotels that offer such experiences, we have curated a list of such hotels that will give you major life goals and will motivate you to travel. Have a look at the most unique hotels in the world that you should visit now-
- Golden Crown Levin Iglut, Levi, Finland
Say hello to the famous aurora borealis from one of 18 glass igloos of Golden Crown Levin Iglut, it is known to accommodate holidaymakers of all ages and sorts. It is located just six miles from the resort town of Levi and offers a convenient base to stay in Finland. These igloos offer plush bedding with an adjustable headrest to enhance your northern lights’viewing experience, heaters, a full bath, and a kitchenette stocked with breakfast sets. The igloos are well-equipped with insulated glass windows to keep them from frosting and are decorated with curtains to offer you complete privacy. Not just this, you will find a small fireplace in the rustic setting and a heated outdoor tub to give you authentic arctic vibes.
- Conrad Rangali Island, Maldives
The Maldives is known for its azure waters and luxurious water villas, but a few know about an underwater resort situated 16 feet below the sea level. Situated in the middle of the Indian Ocean, Conrad Ragali is a two-level aquarium with an underwater restaurant, lounge, and lavish rooms. ‘Muraka’ the underwater villa has glass walls offering stunning views of the Maldivian marine life, comforts of a luxury hotel and in-room dining. Sleeping with sharks and manta rays is something you don’t do every day, why not try them at this hotel?
- MirrorCube of Tree Hotel, Harads, Sweden
If you wish to experience nature at its best, don’t think twice before booking TreeHouse for your next sojourn. Staying in the middle of a forest, in a cube perched on a treetop gives you goosebumps already? That’s what it claims to do, a unique experience awaits you at this off-beat hotel. Here you will get to see polar bears, snow-laden trees, and northern lights if you’re visiting during winters.
- Giraffe Manor, Gogo Falls Road, Nairobi, Kenya
Situated in a 1930’s huge house with lush gardens and has a number of endangered giraffes, this hotel offers you a range of services. Imagine yourself having breakfast with cute giraffes, cuddling baby giraffes, and spend a day in the middle of a jungle. There are 10 different sizes of rooms to choose from, you can select as per y our preference and number of guests you are traveling with. They offer in-room dining, massage, and complimentary breakfast from the local produce.
- Sun Cruise Hotel, Gangwon-Do, South Korea
located right on top of a magnificent hill on the shores of Donghae East Side Sea, this luxurious hotel is built in the shape of a cruise ship. It has 2 decks- Sun Cruise and Beach Cruise and is designed to give you an authentic cruise experience on land.
Its contemporarily decorated nautical rooms showcase the port hole-style windows, spacious bathrooms, smart TV sets, and in-room minibars. Some of the rooms offer ocean views while others are facing the hill. You will love the cruising life while staying in this hotel.
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