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Hotels are generally places where we spend a few relaxing nights when we're away from our comfortable home which we...
Hotels are generally places where we spend a few relaxing nights when we're away from our comfortable home which we very much love and enjoy. Would you agree? Well, I guess it really depends on your perception of hotels, and your idea of “relaxing” and “comfortable”. Let's take a look at some very unusual hotels around the world.
The unique blend of architecture and technical know-how makes the Icehotel a protected work of art. Its modern and creative design is owed to “snice,” a mixture of snow and ice. The construction of the Icehotel takes place in November and December, and the season is open until April.
The world's first and biggest hotel built entirely of ice and snow, Icehotel is located in Jukkasjärvi. In this small Northern Swedish village of 1,100 residents (and 1,000 dogs), an estimated 50, 000 tourists from all over the world come each winter to experience the serenity, the northern lights, and the various activities offered here.
The Dutch took hotel accommodation to the water (literally). The Capsule Hotel is a TEMPS, or a Totally Enclosed Motor Propelled Survival craft that can move tourists between different watery locations. The Hague-located life-saving capsule is a 7-square-meter hotel room that offers a bed, a toilet, cushions, TV, and various electronics. Freaky enough for you? Oh yes!
Living under the sea is surely not everyone's idea of the perfect holiday, but this resort will definitely change your view. Poseidon Undersea Resorts is a holiday complex located in a lagoon, offshore a private island in Fiji. They offer a unique connection with the ocean, where one can scuba dive to an ocean depth of 1,000 feet. If relaxation is what you seek, then marine-focused spa treatments are your best choice.
Poseidon offers superb wining and dining services as well, serving delicious food day and night, along with a lounge, theatre, library, conference room, tennis and golf courses, and fitness centers.
The eco-friendly travel destination of Das park Hotel is located in Ottensheim, Austria, and offers one-of-a-kind hospitality: giant concrete sewage pipes. The idea for this hotel was born in 2004 by Andreas Strauss.
The humongous pipe segments are made of concrete, which makes them difficult to be vandalized, but easy to be maintained. The indoors are user-friendly with varnished walls, and the tubes are accessible with advanced electronic locking systems.
Because of the “concrete” nature of this hotel, the Das Park is a perfect destination for hot summers.
The Mine Suite at Sala Silvermine in Sweden is the world's deepest hotel room, at 155 meters underground. Warm and comfortable clothes are a must in this environment, although it is heated and blankets are available. This brilliantly preserved mine-setting offers dark curving galleries, ample caverns, and magical lakes. Even though it's dark and humid, it's dazzling.
The once 3-ton-a-year silver excavating site, Sala Silvermine has a fantastic industrial story to tell.