These are different amazing hotels all around the world that you probably never knew existed. Guests at these hotels and accommodations always enjoy striking experiences sure to remain etched in their memories forever and you also should add them to your bucket list.
Some of these hotels are:
1. Schlafen im Weinfass, Germany
The Schlafen im Weinfas is located on a hilltop and has seven rooms furnished with wine barrels. The host of this sleeping location, Wild Family, have carefully decorated each of the private sleeping sites. The sleeping site features two different wine barrels of 8,000 liters. One is decorated with mattresses and duvets, while the other is somewhere between a dining bench-like seat running along the wall and an eco-toilet that has a sink.
Mrs. Wild delivers by a golf cart three bottles of local wines together with a basket containing Black Forest ham, garlic bierwurst, chocolate, whole grain bread and Appenzeller cheese. In the morning, a breakfast basked containing a coffee thermos and her fruit spreads will be sitting right at the guest’s doorstep.
2. Atlantis, The Palm, United Arab Emirates
Atlantis boasts of 1,539 guestrooms. However, the two you should look forward to staying is located under the sea. These are the Neptune and Poseidon Suites. The two-bedroom enclaves cost $8,000 for each night. The suites are elegantly furnished and the guests get attended to by a special butler.
A hand soap with flakes of 24-karat gold is also present in the Suites. It also has floor-to-ceiling windows where one can directly see the sea creatures. Atlantis generally has shopping arcades, a spa, and a series of amenities, restaurants, lounges and 23 bars. Those in these suites, however, enjoy special services such as access to the water park, aquarium and dolphin swims.
3. Pourki Estate, Quebec, Canada
This resort is located by a riverside. Domaine Pourki, also called Pourki Estate, rents out about three far from usual water tipis added to its normal lodge rooms and some thatched huts. The water tipis are built on rafts located quite close to the river shore but are only accessible by canoe.
The shelters are waterproof and come in colorful cones. There are four Spartan beds as well as a chemical toilet. The raft floors possess a detachable Plexiglas panel that allows guests to go fishing. Théo Ibba is the host and he makes a grill as well as seating available. Those going for honeymoon may prefer the VIP Tipi located also on the shore as this Tipi comes with an inbuilt kitchenette.
4. Best Western Movie Manor, Monte Vista, Colorado
The movie lovers are sure to find this accommodation highly irresistible. Best Western Movie Manor is set up between the different screens of a classic drive-in theater. When the sun goes down, the guests right from their room can watch a nightly movie.
They can also switch to a different room or go to the parking lot of a different screen for another movie. This is highly suitable for anyone on a road trip between Great Sand Dunes National Park of Colorado and the National Forest in Colorado.
Each of the rooms bears the name of a movie star. Also, each room has a fridge, TV, microwave and wall trims that are celluloid-patterned. There are single rooms and also family rooms.
The single rooms offer an amazing view of the screen as well as the San Juan Mountains surrounding the accommodation facility. The family rooms only get partial views of the screen from the two available queen beds. However, there is a dining area which provides them with full-screen views.
5. Snow Hotel, Finland
This frozen hotel is rebuilt every year to make it accommodative of 48 guests in a sculpted and very slick environment. Based on the specific designs, ten different artisans are employed to work on this SnowCastle environment for about two weeks. Their aim is always to shape nearly a million cubic feet of snow together with ten thousand cubic feet of ice gotten from the closely located Gulf of Bothnia.
There is a frozen bar that has shot glasses made of hallowed-ice and there are also dining tables as well as platform beds of ice-block decorated with hanging sheepskin. Anytime before 9 pm, the day guests are allowed a tour of the elegant ice sculptures in each of the rooms, they can visit the shining SnowChapel or maybe try out a Finnish Sauna. The hotel also has an Arctic Market where products of Lappish reindeer can be gotten or a meal from the SnowRestaurant which has to be booked in advance.