Choose from deals from the best luxury hotels on the island to cheap hotels and prisons.
When it comes to vacation, the hotel itself is part of the vacation destination. Before booking a hotel in some luxury hotels, please consider all the options there. From tree houses to igloos, here are some of the most unique hotels from all over the world.
Kamalami Key: Your own private island
Bahamas: Do you have Robinson Crusoe dreams of living on your own private island? Well, Kamalame Cay offers a private island resort with Robinson Crusoe adventure and all the luxurious facilities of a four-star hotel. This 96-acre soft beach island is located by Andros Bay in the Bahamas and can only be reached by the resort’s private ferry or seaplane. There are private villas everywhere, and guests can enjoy Caribbean cuisine on the island’s pristine beaches, some of the best snorkelling and fishing, and take a dip in the island’s freshwater swimming pool. Kamalame Cay satisfies the need for adventure while providing romantic, luxurious hotel accommodation and natural beauty.
Ute Guest House Photo
Utter Inn, or Otter Inn in English, is a small floating Swedish red house with an underwater bedroom with panoramic windows, so you can almost sleep with fish. The hotel is an art project of Mikael Genberg. He has made several other art hotels, such as Hotell Hackspett or Woodpecker Hotel, which is a tree house 40 feet above the Swedish park. I just hope you are not claustrophobic, because you get off the boat and will not be picked up again until morning.
Prison backpacker: taste the big house at a low price
Mount Gambier, South Australia, Australia
This renovated prison was built in 1864 and is now a hostel for backpackers and travelers. Jail Backpackers is located in Mount Gambier, South Australia. It provides visitors with the opportunity to spend an unforgettable vacation at night or on weekends at low prices. The double room is USD 45 and the dormitory USD 20. But don’t worry; you won’t be locked out at night. This cheap hotel has a kitchen, TV lounge, pool table, quiet lounge with fireplace, walled garden space and dining room. The Mount Gambier area offers many outdoor activities, the most famous being the Blue Lake, which is a lake located in a volcano. There are many hiking trails, cave tours and sandboarding opportunities.
Queen Mary: Don’t jump on this haunted ship
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If spending the night in prison is not creepy enough, try spending the night in a haunted hotel/ship Queen Mary. This ocean liner and the troops of World War II have a long history. One of the most haunted places on the boat is the first class swimming pool that is no longer in use. People have seen women in old-fashioned bathing suits wandering around, and mysteriously found wet footprints from the deck to the locker room. This boat/luxury hotel offers not only hunting activities, but also historical tours, a variety of world-class dining options, cabaret shows, comedy clubs, spas and suites. For only $459, you can spend the night in one of the haunted houses, but are you brave enough?
Parrot’s Nest House: The room
Cayo, Belize Island
Staying overnight here is not as creepy as Queen Mary, unless you are afraid of height and birds. The Parrot’s Nest Cabin consists of two thatched tree houses, four cabins and two bathrooms. It is surrounded on three sides by the Mopan River, where it provides a refreshing swimming experience. As the name suggests, there are a large number of parrots and hundreds of other birds, which makes it a major destination for bird watching. The iguana is also another friendly garden visitor. Breakfast and dinner are also included in your tree house room, and the rent is only US$40-50 per night, which makes this hotel a cheap hotel with resort quality. Hope you don’t be afraid of being wild.
If the overnight stay in the tree house is too high, try spending a night on the lighthouse, which sits on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Heceta Head Lighthouse has a history of more than 100 years and is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful lighthouses in the world. Herceta is also Seattle’s brightest lighthouse, casting light 21 miles overseas. The Queen Anne-style goalkeeper’s house has been renovated and turned into a bed and breakfast. Guests can watch the lighthouse at night, which is a rare opportunity. In addition, your room already includes a seven-course breakfast in the morning. Fantastic is a word used by many guests to describe Heceta Head Lighthouse and Bed and Breakfast.
Beckham Creek Cavern Haven: The cave
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Beckham Creek Cave Haven took more than four years to create, with the idea that it is important to continue to protect our environment. Located on 530 acres of land in the country of the Buffalo National River, this cave hotel offers solitude for ecotourists and plenty of outdoor entertainment among the Ozarks. On the manor alone there is a mountain and many places for hiking, biking and fishing.
Ice Hotel: Freeze your ice
The Ice hotel in Sweden is a cave. It is an ice cave carved from 10,000 tons of transparent ice cut from the Torne River. Every year, the hotel must be built from the ground up with new designs and new ideas. It is constantly being reborn. This luxurious hotel has an ice church, an ice art gallery, a cinema and the world-famous Absolut Ice Bar. If you can tolerate the cold temperatures, Ice Hotel is definitely worth a visit.
Gladstone Hotel: 37 guest rooms designed by artists
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Each room is not designed by ice cubes, but by different artists. Located in Toronto, Gladstone Hotel is a unique city hotel with hotel rooms designed by artists, as well as short-term art studios and exhibition spaces. This hotel provides a unique insight into Toronto’s diverse artistic environment. Book a hotel in a Teen Queen room and relive your Jr. senior years, or spend the night in the peaceful Skygazer Room, decorated with amazing cloud-shaped plastic relics.
Burj-al-arab: Luxury Journey
Dubai: Located in one of the fastest growing cities, this hotel in Dubai is more than just a hotel. This is an experience. That is a hotel reservation that you can afford. Sailing boats dominate the 321-meter-high Dubai skyline like billowing sails. This all-suite luxury hotel is recognized by some as the best hotel in the world. It caters to the affluent population and provides well-trained butlers, private reception desks on each floor, and 24/7 service in the spa and health club. At night, the hotel is surrounded by carefully choreographed water and fire sculptures. Burj-al-arab is the best and most luxurious.