This hotel must have been inspired by the pilot episode of Lost. You know the one where the plane crashes and strands dozens of people on an uncharted Pacific island. Actually, it isn’t even a hotel; it’s just a room that was made from the abandoned hull of a Boeing 727.
There is only one drink served at this hotel bar, a shaken martini. That may or may not be true, but one thing is for sure, this James Bond themed hotel is killer. Enter a room and be swept away by the Sean Connery-era decoration, unfortunately, there are no complementary Bond girls.
Some tree house designer in Canada got a little carried away with this one. Dangling from the tree tops like giant atoms, these spheres provide any reclusive vacationer with the quiet atmosphere they desire.
Italy is an enchanting land full of history and talking walls. That’s right, in this cave-modeled hotel room, the wall actually talks. There is an animatronic face on the brick wall at the foot of the bed that speaks. Is that creepy or awesome? You be the judge.
When an airport goes under, what do you do with it? Why, you build a car-themed hotel of course! This hotel in Germany features rooms modeled after every automobile-related experience known to man. There is a carwash room, a gas station room, a drive-in movie theater inspired room and so much more.
Ice, ice, baby…This is a unique take on the term “temporary residence.” In fact, this hotel in Sweden only exists during the winter because when the temperatures rise above freezing, it melts. That’s because the entire thing is built from snow and ice. Good luck getting any sleep on the ice mattress.
Quite possible the worst hotel for people with allergies, this place is basically a barn filled with hay. Imagine yourself a stow away, on the run from the law as you bed down on a mattress of straw, with a cow hide spread about the floor.
There are hotels in trees, and then there are treehotels. These lovely rooms in Sweden happen to be a member of the latter group. Disguised with mirrors, the outer walls of this hotel blend into the canopy like chameleons.
Eskimos have nothing on the occupants of this hotel. Bunches of glass domes dot the snowy plains of northern Finland where lovers and friends unite to watch the famous northern lights dance across the sky. But don’t get too swept away with romance. You can see out, but your neighbors can also see in.
Ever wanted to spend a night in jail? Evidently, the idea appeals to some, because that’s exactly what this Latvian hotel offers. A former military prison the rooms in this hotel are Spartan, just a couple cots and plain blue walls.
Finally, the last in a long line of strange Scandinavian hotels, this hotel is the only one on the list that is located underground. A converted silver mine, the Sala houses the deepest hotel room on the planet at over 155 meters underground.