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Most unusual hotels of the world

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  2. What is unusual: This four star hotel has a story-like exterior and an equally appealing interior where every room has a story-theme. The structure of the hotel is based on the various examples of the traditional houses found in Zaan region of Netherlands and is very colorful. Address: Provincialeweg 102, 1506 MD Zaandam, The Netherlands Most suitable for: Couples Inntel Hotel Amsterdam, Zaandam
  3. What is unusual: Faralda Crane Hotel is on a restored crane and provides a 360 degree view of the whole of Amsterdam. When it is windy, the crane moves thus giving you a different view from you window every time you look out. Address: NDSM-Plein 78, 1033 WB Amsterdam, The Netherlands Most suitable for: Couples Faralda Crane Hotel, Amsterdam
  4. What is unusual: Because of its shape this hotel is also known as ‘Horseshoe Hotel’ and “Doughnut Hotel.” There is an underwater tunnel that connects the two parts of the horseshoe. This architecture of this hotel is so different that every traveller clicks their pic in hotel’s foreground. Address: No.5858 Taihu Road, Huzhou 313000, China Most suitable for: Families and couples Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort, Hozho
  5. What is unusual: It’s an old radio tower on top of a ski resort which gives you rooms out of a sci-fi movie of the 1970s. This hotel built in the second half of 1960s has 12 rooms. Address: Horni Hanychov 153, Liberec 46008, Czech Republic Most suitable for: Couples and families Hotel Jested, Czech Republic
  6. What is unusual: This hotel is built like a cruise ship standing on a rock and makes for a great outing for families with kids. Address: 950-39, Heonhwa-ro, Gangdong-myeon, Donghae, Gangwon-do, South Korea Most suitable for: Families and couples Sun Cruise Resort, South Korea
  7. What is unusual: Spitbank Fort was built in the Victorian era to protect Britain against French invasion and it is one mile into the sea. This 135 year old fort had heavy cannons to repeal any French attack but today the hotel is far more welcoming. Address: Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth PO1 3FH, England Most suitable for: Couples Spitbank Fort, England
  8. What is unusual: Free Spirit Spheres are round tree houses for adults which sway in the wind and provide ample amount of nature’s sounds. These spheres are hand crafted and hung from tall trees in the wilderness of Vancouver Island, Canada. Address: Horne Lake Road, Qualicum Beach, British Columbia V9K 1Z7 , Canada Most suitable for: Couples Free Spirit Spheres, BC, Canada
  9. What is unusual: This hotel is made out of authentic Alaska Railroad coaches renovated with modern amenities. Address: 1550 Chena Ridge Road, P.O. Box 80128, Fairbanks, AK 99708 Most suitable for: Couples The Aurora Express, Alaska
  10. What is unusual: This hotel in Belgium has amazing fairytale rooms and a Trojan Horse suite. If there is a fairy tale, this hotel has it interpreted as a room. Address: 20, Rue de Romeleu, Heyd, Durbuy, Belgium Most suitable for: Couples La Balade des Gnomes, Belgium
  11. What is unusual: This hotel is actually a refurbished a vintage 1965 Boeing 727 airplane, which before it found its resting place was shuttling people on South Africa Air. Dismantled and brought in five huge trucks now this hotel juts out from the jungle canopy making you feel as if you are mid-flight. Address: Manuel Antonio Road, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica Most suitable for: Couples and families Hotel Costa Verde, Costa Rica
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