5 Weirdest Hotels

Tuesday, 26 Oct 2010 03:27 PM

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Do you love adventure? If you are looking for some real excitement, we suggest you visit some of the weirdest hotels in the world. For your convenience, we have listed a few of these weird hotels for you:
 
727 Fuselage Home: Costa Rica
This hotel is counted among the weirdest hotels in the world. The 727 Fuselage Home Suite is truly unique in many ways. Made from an outfitted Boeing 727 fuselage, you can enjoy staying in this two-bedroom suite, which in its former life transported people from South Africa to Columbia. Perched on a 50-foot pedestal, this weird hotel is truly a unique place to stay. This unusual hotel is also coupled with an amazing view. Staying in this weird hotel comes at the low cost of just $500 per month. And well, you get to stay in an airplane hanging in the canopy of a jungle!
 
Hotel De Vrouwe van Stavoren: Friesland, Netherlands
This place has one of the weirdest hotel rooms. This 21-room hotel is made out of a series of 14,500 liter wine casks that have been converted into hotel rooms. The epitome of recycling, these rooms are actually quite nice and cozy and come at a bargain of only $150 per night. Each room contains two beds, a sitting room, and a bathroom.
 
Jules’ Undersea Lodge
This is one of the most unusual hotels in the world. It offers exactly what it says; lodging underneath the sea. Originally an underwater laboratory that was located off the coast of Puerto Rico, it was moved to Key Largo, Florida, in 1986, and made into the hotel that it is today. In this lodge, you enter the facility through a swimming-pool entrance into a wet room, which is filled with compressed air. Within the lodge, there are two rooms to stay in and a large common room that comes with a telephone, stereo, TV, and intercom. You can also look out the 42-inch window that gives you an idea of what is happening under the sea around you! The base rate is $350 per person, and this includes a gourmet dinner and diving opportunities as well.
 
Dog Bark Park Inn: Cottonwood, Idaho
Have you ever slept inside what looks like a giant dog? You probably haven't, but with a trip to Idaho and the Dog Bark Park Inn, you can. The hotel offers a very strange type of accommodation that has become quite popular. Everything is dog-related here; even the bathroom is shaped like a fire hydrant. Standing 30-feet tall, the makeshift giant dog contains guest rooms in the belly, and stairs leading up to the main bedroom near the head of the dog. This unusual hotel comes cheap too, at only $92 per night.
 
Das Park Hotel: Linz, Austria
This is another weird hotel that you can come across. Have you ever slept in a sewer? Well, this hotel was once a part of the sewer system. It offers you the chance to sleep in redesigned and standardized sewer pipes. With a double bed, it is a cozy stay within a pipe. The hotel complex nearby offers you food, contains toilets, and provides some facilities. Open between May and October, this is truly a unique place to stay and have the experience of a lifetime.

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