20 of the most incredible hotels.

Buildings from all over the world.

Spend your vacation in a flying saucer or in an underwater capsule, admiring the world of tropical fish and coral, or maybe in the kingdom of ice or at the lighthouse — even a day in any of these hotels will be an unforgettable adventure.
Attrap’reves Alpes de Haute-Provence, France.
Guests of this hotel enjoy life in bubbles made of a transparent elastic material that does not pass ultraviolet light during the day, and at night protects against insects and dampness. A grass floor and a telescope are nice additions to the comfort. Inside the rooms are cylindrical corridors. The cost of accommodation — from € 139.
The Manta Resort Pemba Island, Tanzania.
It would have been an ordinary resort hotel on the beach, if not for one room-a houseboat with an underwater room. The Underwater Room is located 250 m from the beach. On the deck of the exotic design, you can sunbathe with a cocktail in your hand during the day or admire the stars at night. Through the huge windows of the underwater bedroom, you can watch the life of reef fish, jellyfish and squid. Accommodation in the Underwater Room — about € 1,000 per night, in other hotel rooms-from € 405.
Poseidon Undersea Resort Fiji.
This unusual hotel includes 74 rooms, 25 of which are located under water at a depth of 15 m, and the rest are built on stilts directly above the water. The underwater rooms are made in the form of 50-meter capsules connected by a so-called corridor. While relaxing in your room, guests of the hotel can observe the life of marine life — for this they just need to turn on a special light that attracts residents of the underwater world. The cost of staying at the hotel is $15,000 for one tourist or $ 30,000 for two for 7 days (6 nights).
Arctic TreeHouse Hotel Rovaniemi, Finnish Lapland.
Arctic hotel with luxury apartments, located right under the trees. The hotel is ideally located to enjoy the Northern Lights and visit Santa Claus Village — the world’s top Christmas destination. The cost of accommodation — from € 850 for 2 nights.
Jumbo Stay Stockholm, Sweden.
The Boeing 747-212B (Jumbo Jet), owned by a Swedish company that went bankrupt in 2002, was converted into a hostel in 2008 and put at the entrance to Stockholm Arlanda Airport. It was equipped with 29 rooms. The most expensive and spacious room is located in the cockpit. From the cockpit you can enjoy a panoramic view of the airport, from the usual rooms-a view of the runway. The cost of accommodation is approximately € 136 per night.
Skylodge Adventure Suites Urubamba, Peru.
This unusual hotel consists of 3 transparent capsules located at an altitude of approximately 120 m in the Sacred Valley of Cuzco in Peru. The design of the hotel’s structure allows you to enjoy the view of the valley that stretches below, and experience a mountain adventure. Part of the adventure involves having to get to the capsule by climbing a cliff or overcoming a difficult path along a mountain path. The cost of accommodation is approximately € 270 per night per person (the capacity of the capsule room is up to 8 people).
Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort Huzhou, China.
The luxury hotel has an unusual shape — 27 floors above the water and 2 below to create a full oval. It is one of the top 10 most expensive hotels in the world. The cost of living in a 2-bed room is from € 200 per night.
Inntel Amsterdam Zaandam Amsterdam, Netherlands.
The facade of this hotel consists of almost 70 stacked houses-from cottages to working-class country houses, which are typical of Amsterdam. The rooms are inspired by local history. The cost of living in a 2-bed room starts from € 130 per night.
Free Spirit Spheres Vancouver Island, Canada.
Rooms at this hotel are designed in the form of balloons and are suspended from trees, so you can sleep in a room that will sway slightly in the wind. The cost of accommodation — from € 155 per day.
The Boot Bed’n ‘ breakfast Tasman, New Zealand.
In the heart of the beautiful Tasman region of New Zealand, The Boot Bed N’ Breakfast is a 2-story giant boot-shaped cottage. The guest house can accommodate up to 2 people and is an ideal place for a romantic getaway. The cost of accommodation is approximately € 250 per night for a couple.
Giraffe Manor Nairobi, Kenya.
One of the most famous buildings in Nairobi with a magnificent garden and sun terrace. The main highlight of the unusual hotel is the opportunity to spend the day in the company of Rothschild’s giraffes, who constantly strive to look into the prudently open windows and doors of the hotel in the hope of getting a generous portion of treats. The cost of accommodation — from € 490 per night per person.
ION Luxury Adventure Hotel Nessyavellir, Iceland.
Located on the slope of the Heingidl Volcano, just 18 km from the UNESCO-protected Tingvedlir National Park, the hotel seems to grow out of the mountain and hover in the air, resting on clouds of geothermal steam. The abundance of thermal springs nearby not only supplies the rooms with hot water, but also serves as a constant source of steam, which envelops the base of the structure and creates the illusion of a floating building. The cost of accommodation — from € 496 per night for a 2-bed room.
Giant Wine Barrel Room Sasbachwalden, Germany.
The eco-friendly hotel in Germany is original with its rooms in the form of giant wine barrels with views of the vineyards. The hotel is located in a unique area among the hills covered with forest, in a village that is famous for its wine production and woodworking industry. The cost of accommodation starts from € 156 for 2 adults.
Treehouse Lodge Iquitos, Peru.
Sleeping to the sound of rain and birdsong in the Amazon jungle is a real dream. Guests literally live in the trees — all the bungalows are hidden in the lush canopy. Externally, the houses resemble bird nests, connected by wooden bridges. This unusual accommodation allows vacationers to fully merge with the wild Peruvian nature. The cost of accommodation — from € 1,238 for 2 nights for two.
Icehotel Jukkasjärvi, Sweden.
Icehotel is a real ice gem of Sweden. Its unique interior and architectural ensemble are created annually by talented artists from all over the world who come to the village of Jukkasjärvi to turn their ideas into reality. The hotel’s ice rooms are decorated with LED lamps, animal skins, paintings and ice sculptures. All amenities are located in an adjacent room, a few meters from the hotel, where guests ‘ belongings are also stored. Tourists who want to stay in an ice hotel are instructed to stay in rooms made of ice. The cost of accommodation is approximately € 578 per night for two people. It is not recommended to spend more than one night in a cold room.
Treehotel Harads, Sweden.
Treehotel offers its guests incredibly beautiful rooms located right on the trees. As a home, you can choose one of the designer rooms in an ecological style: a capsule with panoramic windows, a huge bird’s nest, a cube made of mirrored glass or a flying saucer, as if hovering in the air. The cost of accommodation — from € 503 for two people.
Eco-hotel LeapRus Kabardino-Balkaria, Russia.
One of the highest mountain hotels in the world — 3,912 m above sea level. Now the ascent to Elbrus can be both extreme and comfortable: at the place of the overnight stay, hot water flows from the tap, the floors are heated, high-speed Wi-Fi, and the food is a full 3-course lunch (this is despite the fact that at such an altitude it is extremely difficult to cook, boiling occurs at 80 degrees, you need to cook for several hours). The hotel consists of several blocks that resemble space capsules. You can reach the hotel by cable car up to 3,800 m, and then by snowmobile directly to the hotel door. The cost of accommodation and meals — 7 500 per day per person, a place at the panoramic window (with meals) – 8 800 per day.
Hotel “Iglu, Mountain territory” Nachiki village, Russia.
An exotic hotel with an ethnic flavor is a complex of structures made of large igloos (igloos are the winter dwelling of the Eskimos of a domed shape made of snow or ice blocks compacted by the wind), completely made of snow. The large igloos have a lounge and a bar with a bar and an ice fireplace. Igloo accommodation will be designed for two or eight guests. Snow beds with skins and sleeping systems, which will be warm even for the most thermophilic girls and children. The cost of living is from 2,000 to 9,000 per day.
Montana Magica Lodge Neltume, Chile.
This fabulous mountain lodge is located in the Wilo-Wilo Nature Reserve. From the outside, the hotel looks like a volcano, and if it were not for the window openings, this structure would look like part of a forest landscape. The “monkey” suspension bridge at the level of the middle part of the structure is the only way to get inside. The cost of accommodation is approximately € 367 for 2 nights.
Socit Duvetnor Quebec, Canada.
The lighthouse, built in 1862 on the St. Lawrence River, was abandoned after 100 years, and was revived as a hotel in 1989. This monument of federal architecture has only 3 2-bed rooms and a shared living room, which are decorated in the spirit of the last century. You can watch birds through the telescope on the tower. The cost of accommodation — from $ 175 per person.