This Hotel Room Lets You Sleep Under The Stars In The Swiss Alps

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As part of the Null Stern Hotel, designers from Atelier für Sonderaufgaben and hospitality professional Daniel Charbonnier from Minds in Motion SA, have created this unique one-of-a-kind hotel room that has no walls or ceiling. Continue reading »

The Algonquin Hotel In NYC Has A Kitty Concierge Named Matilda

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The Algonquin Hotel in New York City offers a unique amenity in the form of Matilda, a cat concierge whose main outpost is laying above the luxury hotel’s welcome desk. The experience is aimed at replicating the comforts of home and the Algonquin Hotel is one of many incorporating such mascots or concierges. Continue reading »

Old Fire Truck Turned Into Spacious Hotel Room

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Planning on exploring the Scottish countryside? Well why not sleep in an Unique stay like this renovated Fire Truck! Located on the Inshriach House Estate in Aviemore, Scotland, the Beer Moth Hotel is a unique accommodation meant for two people. Continue reading »

The Ice Hotel Opens Its Doors To Reveal This Year’s Breathtaking Hand-Carved Suites

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The Ice Hotel is now back – and what better way to stand out than to place a giant elephant in the room. The first images of Ice Hotel 26 in Sweden have been released offering a sneak peek of the incredible suites that are now available for guests of the famous accommodation. Aside from the 9.8 foot African animal, creations this year include a 1970’s inspired Love Capsule, a room taking it’s design aesthetic from a Russian imperial theatre and there is even an icicle cave. Continue reading »

Is this New Hotel in Amsterdam the “Hotel of the Future”?

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There’s a recently opened hotel in Amsterdam called CityHub, which is aimed at Generation Y (currently 25-35 years old) travellers that are all about a digital lifestyle. Continue reading »

First Cabin Hotel – A Business-Class Capsule Hotel Located In Tokyo

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“Business-class” cabins are seen at First Cabin hotel, which was converted from an old office building, in Tokyo, July 3, 2015. Record tourists to Japan are stretching the ability of hotels to accommodate them in a sector constrained by high costs, forcing developers to think out of the box for means to quickly increase lodging options without breaking the bank. (Photo by Toru Hanai/Reuters)
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Real Boeing 727 Airplane Converted In Authentic Hotel In Costa Rica

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The Costa Verde hotel. It is a fully outfitted two bedroom, Boeing 727 suite in Costa Rica. Located within tropical rainforest, Hotel Costa Verde’s rather unusual fuselage suite consists of a refurbished vintage 1965 Boeing 727 airframe. The aircraft was part of South-Africa Air in her previous life. Sitting atop a 50-foot pedestal just beyond a majestic national park, the remodelled jumbo jet’s interior is entirely Costa Rican teak panelling with Indonesian teak furniture and also features a private entrance up a river rock. Continue reading »

An Architect Created a Futuristic Alpine Hotel Concept

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According to Armin Senoner, Italian architect: “My Diploma is a semiological project applied on the program of a hotel as such reflects very significant difference in terms of comfort demand within the same class. The subclassification into three classes, namely economy, business and superior is a consequence of the social establishment and wealth distribution.” Continue reading »

Half White, Half Graffiti: Designer Splits Hotel Room Into Two Worlds

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Ukrainian artist Pavel Vetrov has created a beautiful hotel room art concept that draws a stark contrast between the chaos and color of street art and cold, ordered, minimalist design.
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CasAnus Hotel: This Hotel In Belgium Is Shaped Like A Giant Anus

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Dutch artist, Joep Van Lieshout, has created a unique work of art that you can actually stay in…if your heart desires. His giant human intestine sculpture (yes, intestine), located in Belgium, sits in the middle of a field commissioned as part of the Verbeke Foundation Sculpture Park which hosts over 20,000 visitors each year and is owned by art collectors Geert and Carla Verbeke-Lens. The owners say that the exhibition space is not meant to be an “oasis.” Continue reading »

9 Hours: Capsule Hotel in Kyoto

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A characteristic feature of this trendy capsule hotel in Kyoto is that you can get a place to sleep at “9 hours”. The main theme of this place is the Japanese simplicity and the local hospitality. You can relax there, take a shower and get some sleep. In each capsule is the screen, one-sheets and even pajamas. Continue reading »

The Priciest and Most Luxurious Hotel Suite in the World

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The Royal Penthouse suite at the President Wilson hotel in Geneva, Switzerland is definitely the most spectacular hotel suite worldwide. It is 18,000 square feet in size, has 12 bedrooms, armoured doors and bullet proof windows, an executive boardroom, a Steinway grand piano, a 103 inch television that costs $130,000 and a personal staff that includes a chef and a butler. Visitors have included Bill Clinton and Mikhail Gorbachev amongst other and at $81,000 a night, you have to be part of the wealthy elite to even consider visiting this particular hotel suite in your lifetime. Continue reading »

Netherworld Monsters Take a Staycation at W Atlanta Hotel

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Hagatha the Witch from Netherworld Haunted House with hotel guest Lonnie Austin, from England, at a gym at W Atlanta Downtown hotel on Thursday, October 7, 2014. A self-guided, dark attraction known for its over-the-top special effects, intense make-up, costuming and stunt actors as well as unique monsters, unusual themes and chilling detail, Netherworld Haunted House in Atlanta is taking over the Halloween holiday this season for its 18th season. (Photo by Hyosub Shin/AJC)
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Luxury Hotel Creates ‘Shanty Town’ Slum for Superrich

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Guests at South Africa’s Emoya Luxury Hotel & Spa who tire of the usual upscale amenities can ditch those digs for a more down-to-earth experience at the hotel’s own “Shanty Town”. Continue reading »

Floating Snowflake Hotel in Norway that Offers the Perfect View of the Northern Lights

If you want to get the best view of Aurora Borealis, it is best to be as far away from light pollution as possible.

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The project for The Krystall hotel was initiated with a cooperation between Dutch Docklands International and Norwegian entrepreneurs. After a long intensive research on location and regulations the design has started. Key for the design was that it should be a simple glass building that would allow the guests to get the most view on the Northern light from there beds. Continue reading »