Would You Stay Here?

Extreme hotels like tree houses, medieval castles, former mines or just millimeters from the sea level. The list is long to name only but a few of the most unusual places for an overnight stay. Have you ever tried any of these? If not, try to choose from a list of the top-themed hotels around the world.

The Most Unusual Places
Would You Stay Here?
The Most Unusual Hotels

Extreme hotels like tree houses, medieval castles, former mines. The list is long to name only but a few of the most unusual places for an overnight stay. Have you ever tried any of these? If not, try to choose from a list of the top-themed hotels around the world.
Extreme hotels like tree houses, medieval castles, former mines. The list is long to name only but a few of the most unusual places for an overnight stay. Have you ever tried any of these? If your answer is no to that question, try to pick from a list of the top-themed hotels around the globe.

Sala Silvermine Underground suite in Sweden

You can sleep 155 metres underground in an underground suite in historic Sala Silvermine, one of the world’s best preserved mine settings. Dark and winding galleries, magic lakes and immense caverns. Even to those not familiar with mining, the underground setting is sensational with cold and damp air to breathe in. For more than 4 centuries, the mine served as Sweden´s largest and most important silver producer and today the whole area of the mine has also been developed into a place for events, adventures, parties, weddings and conferences. While staying experienced guides will tell you of a chapter in industrial history when production amounted to more than 3 tons of silver a year completely by hand!

Molja Lighthouse in Norway

A 150 year-old lighthouse Sitting at the end of a 100m sea wall at the entrance to the harbour of Aalesund which is completely round, only 3 meters in diameter, but through effective use of the available spaces, Molja now boasts a bedroom upstairs and a bathroom downstairs.

The interior design was carried out by Snohetta, the Norwegian architects with Oslo’s opera house and New York’s Ground Zero museum on their CV. They have cautiously accomplished an amazingly distinctive mixture of new age infrastructure with the traditional and rustic inside..

Kasbah du Toubkal, Morocco’s premier mountain retreat

The Kasbah du Toubkal, just 60km from Marrakech, is situated at the foot of Jbel Toubkal, the highest peak in North Africa. It is a Berber hospitality centre not only for groups and individuals; If you with to stay for a few hours or a week! Much higher than the sea level, the Kasbah du Toubkal looks out over three major valleys carved from gallant rocky mountains arising to up to 4,000 meters.. Staying at the hotel is more like an epic journey that takes in plane, bus, jeep and finally a short walk. It may take just half a day but it will transport you to a different world.

TreeHotel, Sweden

A group of renowned designers and architects turned an idea into a reality. They creates a group of unique rooms in harmony with nature and with ecological values set in the forest. To find a way to value the nature is important rather than to chop down the trees for industrial use. This forest is considered as one of the Earth’s lungs. So it is our duty to look after it. Treehotel is positioned in the beautiful settlement of Harads, about 60 km off the south of the Arctic Circle not far off the biggest airport in northern Sweden.6 uniquely themed rooms have been created by separate architects. The Tree Rooms that can already be rented are: The Mirrorcube, The Bird’s Nest, The Cabin and The Blue Cone.

Medieval Hotel Detenice, Czech Republic

Step back to a more rustic time and enjoy the authentic detail, the whole atmosphere to make your trip unforgettable and truly medieval: wooden floors, wooden beds, simple and rustic furniture. The first bricks of the hotel were laid at the end of the 13th century. You may be a little frightened, because the hotel is haunted, the dark energy will embrace you. Do not be surprised with the medieval mannerisms – adjacent Medieval Tavern, baroque Chateau, Brewery.

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