In pictures: 10 unique and unusual hotels around the world
The Manta Resort, Pemba Island, Tanzania: This resort in Tanzania has its very own underwater room. The hotelÃ¢ÂÂs floating structure is divided into three levels, along with a roof which is perfect for launching off into the sea. The below level bedroom is located downstairs, where friendly trumpets, bat fish, Spanish dancers, squid and octopus will peep from outside the room windows to leave you amazed.
Treehotel, Harads, Sweden: Surrounded by pine forests from all sides, the hotel has six unique Ã¢ÂÂtreeroomsÃ¢ÂÂ. Apart from a sauna tree, the tree houses flaunt glass capsule-like Cabin, lifelike BirdÃ¢ÂÂs Nest, mind-blowing reflective Mirrorcube and UFO too.
V8 Hotel, Stuttgart, Germany: Are you a car fanatic? Then this can be your apt choice. All the rooms here are themed over automobiles and feature vintage cars, racing zones, drive-through cinemas etc.
Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort, Huzhou, China: Believe it or not! This hotel is located on the Taihu Lake in between Nanjing and Shanghai. The hotel looks like a magnet and has 27 rooms above water and two below to create a complete oval shape. Not only unusual, this hotel is also one of the most luxurious hotels in the world.
Jumbo Stay, Stockholm Arlanda Airport, Sweden: This former Jumbo Jet has now been converted into a hotel and got enlisted in the list of bizarre hotels around the world. The best room is the luxury cockpit suite that offers panoramic view of the world outside.
The Dog Bark Park Inn, Idaho, USA: This one is perfect for dog lovers! This Bread&Breakfast (B&B) is located inside a 12-foot beagle and flaunts a completely different outlook. Remember that this B&B is pet-friendly too. So, this one is apt for an offbeat stay.
Icehotel, Jukkasjarvi, Sweden: This is said to be the worldÃ¢ÂÂs first Icehotel. You will be surprised to know that every year in the month of November, ice from the frozen Torne River is fused with snow to remake the hotel again and again. Also, the designs of the themed suites are changed every year.
Capsulevalue Kanda, Tokyo, Japan: Capsule hotel is a popular concept in Japan. Here, accommodation units are stacked side by side or on top of one another. Worry not! You will not feel suffocated; rather you will have a whole new experience.
Das Park Hotel, Linz, Austria: Can you imagine that concrete can be comfy too? Can you think of sleeping inside a sewage pipe? The sewage pipes are renovated and converted into rooms of the hotel. These are absolutely clean, functional and one can comfortably sit inside and enjoy the view outside.
Dream Cave Hotel, Cappadocia, Turkey: This hotel features only four rooms built inside the famous rock formations, also known as 'fairy chimneys'.