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The strangest hotels in the world

The strangest hotels in the world
The strangest hotels in the world

The strangest hotels in the world:

1. The Treehotel, or House of Trees, in Hardas, Sweden:

1. The Treehotel, or House of Trees, in Hardas, Sweden:


*Deep in the pine forests of the Hardas region of Sweden, seven unique "tree houses" are located (more are planned to open in the near future).

*The Treehouse Hotel includes a glass-like "capsule", a real bird's nest, and a beautiful cubed mirror, as well as a flying saucer set up to remind guests of the final scene of ET. As well as a steam bath (conservation) among the trees.

2. Crane Hotel Faralda, Amsterdam, Netherlands:


*This exceptional hotel in Amsterdam is located in an average lift, making it even more impressive when it comes to the best views of the entire city. This hotel is ideal if you are looking for an entirely new experience, but you should avoid it if you suffer from high altitude phobia .

3. No Man's Fort Hotel, B (Solent), Portsmouth:

No Man's Fort Hotel, B (Solent), Portsmouth

*(Fort Noa) is a fortified fortress of the Victorian era, built between 1867 and 1880 to protect Portsmouth from the attacks of the French Emperor Napoleon III, which was converted into a luxury hotel.

*This luxury hotel has 22 bedrooms, a nightclub and a hot tub.

4. SiloStay Hotel, Little River, New Zealand:

4. SiloStay Hotel, Little River, New Zealand:

*Situated in Little River, just a few meters from the Crystal River, this unique hotel offers modern, "eco-friendly" services on the Peninsula in New Zealand.

*Although the area surrounding the hotel is simple and does not attract the attention of visitors at first sight, Silostai owners hope that this circular "silo" and the surrounding tranquil environment that drives a sense of peace will give guests an opportunity to explore, explore and explore. Its environs.

*These "silos" are designed along two floors and are fully equipped with fully equipped kitchens, private balconies and TV screens.

*Guests can also have quick meals cooked in the microwave oven upon request.

5. Hotel Palacio de Sal, B (Oyuni), Bolivia:

Hotel Palacio de Sal, B (Oyuni), Bolivia:

*The Palacio de Sal, meaning Salt Palace, located in the Uyuni salt flats, is a fully constructed building using salt, including most of the furniture furnished in it.

*The hotel has a unique and exciting lobby, a bar, 16 bedrooms each with its own bathroom, and is equipped with central heating and heating systems.

*As for the specialty of the restaurant inside, it is characterized by course salted chicken.

6. The Dog Bark Park Inn, Idaho, United States:

The Dog Bark Park Inn, Idaho, United States

*The Inn (Park Barking Dog) takes the term (dog lovers) to a completely different level.

*This hotel is owned by some artists and is located inside a three-and-a-half-foot dog's structure, and of course welcomes pets with their owners.

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The strangest hotels in the world Reviewed by ahmed on June 21, 2019 Rating: 5 The strangest hotels in the world The strangest hotels in the world: 1. The Treehotel, or House of Trees, in Hardas, Sweden: ...

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