Unique Hotels of the World

Thanks to our friends over at Tripadvisor for this great compilation: Unique Hotels of the World. Have you been lucky enough to have visited any of them? I'd love to hear about your experience! Let's take a look:

Tokyo, Japan

Just 5 minutes from Japan Rail's Shinjuku station, this intimate capsule experience also offers available Japanese bath, sauna and massage services. 

Hotel Palacio de Sal
Uyuni, Bolivia

With only 16 rooms, this boutique-style hotel is made of salt. Yes, salt. And no doubt like most guests, you'll be tempted to lick a few things to make sure it's true ;)

Jumbo Stay
Stockholm, Sweden

Families and hostel goers are sure to love this Boeing 747-212B jumbo jet experience with 27 hotel rooms. There's a cafe and a wing observation deck!

Brussels Welcome Hotel
Brussels, Belgium

This 19th-century hotel is home to 17 themed rooms each representing an individual country like Egypt, India, Cuba and Tibet. All stays include complimentary coffee and a daily breakfast buffet with what else? Belgium waffles. Yum.

Jukkasjarvi, Sweden

So much more than your average ice and snow hotel, this hotel showcases works by local artists and the Northern Lights by Mother Nature ;)

Seaventures Dive Resort
Sipidan Island, Malaysia

This PADI 5 Star Dive resort offers a unique experience and basic accommodations onboard a revamped oil rig. Ride the elevator down to some of the best scuba divining in the world.

Malmaison Oxford Castle
Oxford, England

This former prison-in-a-castle has 95 cells, I mean rooms, some with the original cell doors. There's a traditional brasserie and very hip cocktails at the MALBAR.

Kokopelli Cave Bed & Breakfast
Farmington, New Mexico

Who doesn't want to stay in a cave?! While you might think it could be slightly claustrophobic, think again. Think amazing southwest sunsets and the Mesa Verde National Monument. 

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