Before you book your next hotel, why not take a view of this interesting accommodations into account.  From ice hotels, tree-houses in the wilderness, and even sleeping on a bed of ice, here are some of the weirdest hotels in the entire world.

Before you book your next hotel, why not take a view of this interesting accommodations into account. From ice hotels, tree-houses in the wilderness, and even sleeping on a bed of ice, here are some of the weirdest hotels in the entire world.

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Montana Magica Lodge, Chile

This is a must-see if you love trekking it outdoors, and were denied a tree-house growing up. The hotel is built in the centre of a biosphere home to the Patagonian wilderness, as well as one of the most incredible UNESCO National Heritage Sites.

Before you book your next hotel, why not take a view of this interesting accommodations into account.  From ice hotels, tree-houses in the wilderness, and even sleeping on a bed of ice, here are some of the weirdest hotels in the entire world.

Prahran Hotel, Australia

The Prahran Hotel in Melbourne features stunning architecture which was previously an old pub. The spaces are perfect for easily checking what everyone else is doing, but don’t worry, rooms are private.

Before you book your next hotel, why not take a view of this interesting accommodations into account.  From ice hotels, tree-houses in the wilderness, and even sleeping on a bed of ice, here are some of the weirdest hotels in the entire world.

Hotel Inntel, The Netherlands

Situated in the heart of Amsterdam, Hotel Inntel features a unique exterior which was specially created by architect, Wilfried van Winden. It looks like a bunch of different homes basically stuck together as one.

Before you book your next hotel, why not take a view of this interesting accommodations into account.  From ice hotels, tree-houses in the wilderness, and even sleeping on a bed of ice, here are some of the weirdest hotels in the entire world.

Villa Cheminée, France

For a unique experience on top of the Chateau de Fer power station, you should definitely visit Villa Cheminée. The project was designed by artist Tatzu Nishi which features a small property overlooking the area of Loire.

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Jukkasjarvi Ice Hotel, Sweden

One of the most popular ice hotels in the world is situated 200km north of the Article Circle in Jukkasjarvi. Not only is the entire hotel made from ice, but the lights, tables, and even the bed is stone-cold! You can expect to pay anything between $200-$800 per night.

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