What are the “Rarest hotels in the world”

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Whether you are looking for a wild and crazy getaway or you just want to experience a totally different night, you should know the craziest hotels in the world. Surely you will want to go to one, although they are obviously expensive I think it would be worth it since it is a unique experience.

Are you tired of the typical hotels? Can you imagine sleeping on ice or under the sea? Here we show you the hotels that stand out for their strange design and not just for the simple luxury. Maybe they could be on your list of next destinations to visit.

They are curious, extravagant hotels, designed to surprise their guests and give them a truly special stay. These are 33 of the most incredible on the planet:

JumboStay (Stockholm, Sweden).

Located at Arlanda Airport, it is mounted inside a Boeing 747-200 that was seized years ago.



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Hotel de Lady of Stavoren (Stavoren, Holanda).

The rooms were originally huge wine casks.



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Quinta Real Zacatecas (Zacatecas, Mexico).

It was an old bullring, built in the 19th century. The rooms are located around the sand.






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Crane Hotel Faralda (Amsterdam, The Netherlands).

It consists of three suites built on an old industrial crane. The Jacuzzi in the heights stands out, which allows you to relax and appreciate an incomparable view.






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Treehotel (Harads, Sweden).

Each room is a tree house lost in the woods. This one, shaped like a UFO, stands out especially.



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The Manta Resort (Pemba Island, in the Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania).

Each room is a small floating island, with underwater rooms.



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The Civita Caves (Matera, Basilicata, Italy).

It was created inside a limestone cave that is a UNESCO natural heritage site.



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Hotel Kakslauttanen (Ivalo, Finland).

The rooms are igloo-shaped, but are glazed, allowing you to appreciate the northern lights.



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The Hobbit Motel (Woodlyn Park, New Zealand).

As its name implies, it is inspired by the houses of the hobbits, central characters in the creative universe of JRR Tolkien.



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Happy Nomads Village (Karakol, Kyrgyzstan).

The rooms are inspired by the traditional tents of the nomadic Kyrgyz tribes.






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Palacio de Sal (Potosí, Bolivia).

Located in the Salar de Uyuni, it is entirely made of salt.



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Sala Silvermine (Västmanland, Sweden).

Built in an old abandoned mine, guests can sleep in rooms built 150 meters deep.



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Kokopelli’s Cave Bed & Breakfast (Farmington, New Mexico, United States).

It is built inside a cave, on a mountain in Mesa Verde National Park.






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V8 Hotel (Stuttgart, Germany).

Designed especially for car fans, each room is inspired by an iconic vehicle.






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Sarova Salt Lick Lodge (Taita Hills, Kenia).

Immersed in the middle of the spectacular Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary, it allows you to appreciate the animals in their natural environment.



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No Man’s Fort (Portsmouth, United Kingdom).

It was an important fort, built in the 19th century on the sea, which allows guests to appreciate an incredible landscape.



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The Dog Bark Park Inn (Idaho, United States).

What stands out about this Bed & Breakfast is that the entire structure is in the shape of a giant beagle breed dog. The largest dog is nicknamed “Sweet Willy.”



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Skylodge Adventure Suites (Cuzco, Perú).

Located in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, it is small, but sleeping in its hanging and transparent capsules creates the feeling that one is in the air. To reach them you have to climb 400 meters






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Huettenpalast (Berlin, Germany).

It works inside an old vacuum cleaner factory, converted into a curious hotel in which there are mobile homes that function as rooms.



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Silo Stay Hotel (Little River, Nueva Zelanda).

The rooms are built inside silos that were used to store grain. It has a strong environmentally friendly imprint.



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Windmill Cley (Norfolk, Reino Unido).

It was a former windmill, built in the 18th century, which was converted into a hotel in the 1980s.






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Hotel Costa Verde (Quepos, Costa Rica).

Located in Manuel Antonio National Park, it stands out for its two-room suite built inside a Boeing 727.






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Hotel Marques de Riscal (Elciego, Spain).

Besides being a hotel, it is a wine bar, but above all else, its incredible architecture stands out with colored metal ties, the work of architect Frank Gehry.



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Icehotel (Jukkasjarvi, in Lapland, Sweden).

Made of ice, it is destroyed and rebuilt every year. It is made with a thousand tons of ice from the Torne River and 30 thousand tons of a mixture of ice and snow.



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The Santos Express (Mossel Bay, Sudáfrica).

It was a train, but they turned it into a hotel that has unrivaled views of the Indian Ocean, and claims to offer the best seafood in Africa.



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Martin’s Patershof (Mechelen, Bélgica).

This hotel, built inside what was an old Franciscan church, has rooms decorated with their own stained glass windows.



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The Walk of the Gnomes (Heyd, Bélgica).

It has a “Trojan Horse” suite, albeit in the shape of a bull. It also has rooms set in the universe of fairy tales.



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Kumbuk River Resort (Yala National Park, Sri Lanka).

It is an eco resort with rooms that are shaped like an animal, like this one, which emulates an elephant.



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Hang Nga Guesthouse (Da Lat, Vietnam).

It is known as “the crazy house” for its particular architecture, inspired by the work of the Catalan Antoni Gaudí.






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Dasparkhotel (Ottensheim, Austria).

It consists of old drainage pipes converted into rooms, which are distributed in a public park. You pay what the guest decides.






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Book and Bed (Tokio, Japón).

It is one of the classic capsule hotels in Japan, but it has a huge front library.



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The Inntel Hotel Amsterdam Zaandam (Zaandam, Holanda).

It has the peculiarity of looking like a set of traditional Dutch houses stacked one on top of the other.



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The Beermoth (Scottish Highlands, UK).

This mobile hotel, mounted on an old fire truck, has capacity for two people and the possibility of being located in the place chosen by the guests.



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