8 Unique Hotels You Need To Stay In

The gladdest moment in human life is a departure into unknown lands.

Sir Richard Burton

We might not spend a lot of time in our hotel rooms, but why not sleep in style or at least in a place that sparks your imagination. I’m so sad that I haven’t stayed at any of these but you can bet good money that they I’m going to eventually stay at every single one of these!

There’s about a million I could list here so expect lots more posts like this in the future!

Free Spirit Spheres

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Situated in the Pacific Northwest, this quirky Canadian accommodation is perfect for those looking to add some adventure to their sleeping arrangements. What’s not to like about sleeping in a giant sphere in the rainforest for a fantastic back to nature experience?

Book & Bed

Photo from Moshi Moshi Nippon

Book lovers rejoice! I feel like this hotel was made for people like me: someone who never leaves the house without a book, audiobook, or something else I can read. Tokyo has made it even more appealing to visit with beds literally made into and around bookshelves. You’ll never be more than 2 feet away from a book at all times when you’re sleeping. Heck to the yes.

Crane Hotel Faralda

Photo from Huffington Post

Get over your fear of heights for this insanely unique hotel experience. An actual industrial crane was repurposed to fit 3 suites (and even a jacuzzi) all with panoramic views of Amsterdam. As if that wasn’t enough, you can bungee jump off the top in their 300ft mega swing. Where do I sign up??

SiloStay

Photo from SiloStay Accommodation gallery

If you’re looking to relax in New Zealand and are also into sustainable travel, you’ve got to check this place out. These rooms were designed to get you away from the hustle and bustle of life and just get away from everything. Literally everything., except peacefulness. The silos themselves are energy efficient and are considered an industry leader in sustainable accommodations. More hotels like this please!

SkyLodge Adventure Suites

Photo from Naturavive.com

I came so close to staying here, but it just wasn’t in the cards. These individual pods hang from the side of a cliff in Peru’s Sacred Valley. The walls are almost all transparent to give you one of a kind views of one of the most breathtaking countries on the planet. They do require a climb to reach them, but oh man is it worth it.

Dog Bark Park Inn

Photo from Dog Bark Park Inn

Have you ever wanted to stay in a hotel shaped like a beagle? Now you can! All you have to do is book your stay and travel to Idaho. This accommodation is actually an award-winning bed & breakfast. What’s better than quirky hotels AND food? It’s dog-friendly.

Manta Resort

Photo from the MantaResort.com

If I don’t make it here in my lifetime, I can only hope I’ll come back as a ghost to stay here. (Sorry in advance for haunting you if it comes to that.) Located in the Zanzibar archipelago, this hotel gives you your own partially submerged island to sleep in. Feel free to jump off to snorkel or swim to your heart’s content.

Ice Hotel

Maybe warm and fuzzy isn’t your thing. For you cold loving adventurers out there, head over to Sweden! The hotel is literally rebuilt each year so no stay is ever the same. Stay in a spectacularly designed room, many of which have unique themes that change as often as the hotel does! I don’t really like the cold, but I would 1000% stay there!

Published by Emma Browning

Hey everyone, my name is Emma Browning. Thanks for stopping by. I like to think of myself as a modern day renaissance woman since I basically do a little bit of everything. Here's a few of my jobs/hobbies in case you're curious: Group Fitness Instructor (Zumba, BodyStep and BodyPump), small business owner (string art& travel photography), archaeologist/anthropologist, actress, SCUBA dive master, reading addict, dog mom, cellist, and of course travel enthusiast. I've traveled to over 21 countries and speak French fluently and am learning Spanish. Traveling is one of my all time favorite things to do whether it be a day trip with my dog or a massive international adventure. I created this blog to help others see the world vicariously through my wanderings and also to give useful tips and essential information that will hopefully inspire more people to travel. Hopefully you have as much fun reading these posts and get a lot of useful information from them!

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