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Top 10 Crazy Hotels

For many people a hotel is only a place for having a sleep. there are plenty of weird hotels around the world that could provide for any tourist a more interesting and special accommodation. Here are the top 10 most unusual hotels in the world,  that will give you a most entertaining destination for your next great vacation.

10. Burj al Arab Dubai


In its relatively short tenure on the Dubai coastline this legendary and symbolic hotel has attracted international attention and awe, ensuring its place as one of the most photographed structures in the world, and consistently voted the worlds most luxurious hotel. This crazy hotel is designed to look like a blowing sail. With beautiful views of the Arabian Gulf, the Deluxe Suite features a handsome spiral staircase that leads you from one floor to the next.


9. Null Stern Hotel, Switzerland


Termed as the world’s first zero-star hotel, the Null Stern Hotel occupies the underground space of a nondescript apartment block. The hardened concrete structure and near-two-foot-thick blast doors were designed to take the full brunt of a nuclear or chemical attack. "Zero is the new seven," says the sign at the entrance.

8. The Hobbit Motel, Waitomo, New Zealand


Worlds First Hobbit Motels open at Woodlyn Park in Waitomo. The world’s first hobbit Motel started as the only motel with a U –Drive Jet course. Built along side the now well established Train Carriage and Aeroplane Motels, the Hobbits add yet another dimension to this unique complex.

7. The Shady Dell, Bisbee, Arizona


Nine lovely, fully restored vintage aluminum travel trailers  await you at the Shady Dell in Bisbee, Arizona. The Shady Dell offers visitors the opportunity to sleep in one of nine vintage aluminum trailers. Interiors are the rich blonde woods or highly polished aluminum of the original and authentic décor. Outside each trailer is a grassy yard with lounge chairs.

6. The Hotel IM Wasserturm, Germany


This hotel is built into an old watertower. The architecture is superb, with lively old brichwork well preserved at the entrance and well designed. Classified as a heritage site, you will find an extraordinary interior design of timeless modernity behind its 130 year-old walls. The form of a tower, it's a symbol for a kind of refuge, protection and safety.

5. Das Park Hotel, Linz, Austria


The Das Parkhotel is “constructed from repurposed, incredibly robust drain pipes. The hotel “rooms” are supposedly full of home comforts including double bed, light, hut sleeping bags, and the hotel complex features toilets, showers, mini bar, cafeteria etc. Apparently, you reserve your room, and pay as you wish, and if you want additional services, like electricity, shower etc, then you “pay as you go” which is quite a unique idea.

4. The Capsule Inn, Japan


At the Capsule Inn Akihabara, a separate capsule unit is available for each guest, as a sleeping space. Each room has blinds to be drawn for complete privacy. In the capsule unit, amenities like a TV, radio, alarm clock and adjustable lighting are provided. You can control all these devices in a sleeping position, as if you were in a cockpit of an aircraft, or spacecraft.

3. The Everland Hotel, Paris


Everland is a Hotel with only one room including a bathroom, a king-size bed and a lounge. The bounteous dimensioned room represents the subjective dream of a hotel: the architecture, the playful details, as well as the request to steal the golden embroidered bath towels. All Everland guests are partaking in the project. Also the concept for operating the hotel was defined by the artists.

2. California’s Madonna Inn, USA


With tons of wacky themed rooms, there’s nothing dull about California’s Madonna Inn. Take the 'Yahoo' room, where the bed looks like a carriage and horns hang above the bed; or the 'Rock Bottom' room where the bed appears sudmerged into a cave. No two rooms are alike in this unique California landmark. The Madonna Inn offers an unforgettable experience with fine dining & entertainment.

1. The Gamirasu Cave Hotel, Turkey


Gamirasu is the name of an exquisitely restored 30 rooms troglodyte cave house opened in 1999, in Ayvali Village near Urgup in the heart of Cappadocia, Turkey. Gamirasu is one of the best unique hotels of Turkey to stay. The hotel is located in a restored thousand-year-old Byzantine monastic retreat which offers modern conveniences without distracting from the spiritual feeling of the area which has been known to be inhabited for more than five thousand years. Enough said.

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