If you’re looking for an out the box adventure and want to stay somewhere truly odd or unique while on holiday, check out these hotels…
People have a never-ending need to explore new, novel, and fascinating places. With this in mind, hotels are being built in every corner of the world possible – including even the most surprising of places like natural caves.
The world’s best cave hotels offer all of the luxuries and amenities you would expect from a classic hotel, only paired with the derelict beauty of their underground settings.
Whether you are a beginner paranormal investigator, or just looking for new ideas for your next holiday, why not try spend the night at one of the world’s most spooky places to stay?
These ghostly getaways may confirm your beliefs in the supernatural, challenge your cynicism, or just provide a good story for your friends and family to enjoy!
The oldest hotel in the world, the Nishiyama Onsen Keiunkan in Japan, first opened its doors in 705 and welcomed samurais to their hot springs.
In fact, most of the world’s oldest hotels still in existence today, which still stand in their original location, are in Japan!
Be sure to head to any of these incredible hotels for hospitality which has stood the test of time.
Travelling the world offers many unique, once-in-a-lifetime experiences, but why not guarantee that you’ll have a vacation you won’t soon forget by spending a night or two in an unusual hotel?
Here are some of the world’s most unusual hotels.
1. Crane Hotel Faralda, Netherlands
Based in promising Amsterdam Noord, the Crane Hotel Faralda is a three-suite property housed in a converted crane and offers spectacular views of the city.
Equal parts opulent and obscure; the Crane Hotel Faralda is perfect if you’re looking for something different, but best avoided if you’re not a fan of heights!