These Are The Most Unusual Hotels From All Around The World
11Hover in the forest
There is a narrow staircase to access the rooms. There are beds and wood burners in the pod and proper bathrooms on the ground below. You can lift a part of the wall to enjoy the forest view, the wildlife or the sunrise and sunset. There is a communal kitchen where you will get all your meals.
This place is located outside Christchurch, New Zealand and can be easily mistaken for a grain storage depot. The shiny silver silos are actually rooms! This place has won awards for its eco-friendly operations. There is a living area including a kitchen on the ground floor, while the bedroom and bathroom are on the upper level. The hatch can be opened for fresh air and for a view of the sky.
13Dog Bark Park Inn
“Sweet Willy” in Central Idaho, U.S.A. is a dream come true for dog lovers. The building is two-storied and is shaped like a beagle! This Airbnb is run by a couple who are expert wood carvers and also dog lovers. They combined their craft and their passion to create this unique and adorable place.
14Inside the doghouse
As you can imagine, the place is completely dog-themed! The decor inside is completely dog-themed, starting from the furniture to the bed sheets and curtains. You are offered bone-shaped biscuits. There is a roof that can be accessed and this is the best place to enjoy the view. There is complete greenery all around as this place is located in the middle of a meadow!
Book lovers would love an opportunity to sleep in a bookshelf. The first “Book and Bed” opened in Ikebukuro, Tokyo in 2015. They became so popular they have opened up in other places throughout Japan. Guests can choose from a massive collection of books and then sleep on the shelf with a book of their choice. The concept is just to curl up in bed with a book.