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18 unique hotels of the world

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Koza Cave Hotel, Cappadocia, Turkey
A ten roomed Göreme ecological hotel situated in a historic cave house overlooking Pigeon Valley. the hotel has a terrace with panoramic views of the Cappadocia’s wonderful ‘fairy chimneys’.
As well as a beautiful exterior, the rooms are decorated with Turkish rugs and furnishings and antiques. Some rooms have a living area with a fireplace and some feature a spa bath with a private terrace.

Koza Cave Hotel, Cappadocia, Turkey

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Koza Cave Hotel, Jacuzzi hot tub, Cappadocia, Turkey

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The Villa Hamster, Nantes, France
Ever wondered what it’s like to be a hamster? Well wonder no more and head down to Nantes, France for the full experience. The accommodation has all basic amenities needed for a rodent including containers of organic grain, a water spigot activating by pushing a foot lever, and a bed that you must crawl to accessible by a step ladder. The bathroom contains a giant vat of wood chips, a giant troth for a sink and a human-sized hamster wheel in the living area. Guests are given hamster masks to wear during their stay should they wish to.

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Most unique hotels in the world - The Hamster Villa, Nantes, France

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Hamster Villa hotel room decoration, Nantes, France

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The Boot Bed and Breakfast, Tasman, New Zealand
The Boot is a fully equipped stand alone cottage that features a cosy open fire, a kitchenette and a covered outdoor area. Think The Shoe People from the 1980s!

The Boot Bed and Breakfast, Tasman, New Zealand

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Most unusual hotels of the world, The Boot B and B, New Zealand

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The Boot Bed and Breakfast, New Zealand

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Inside the Boot Bed and Breakfast, New Zealand

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The Eden Motel, Taiwan
There is a room for everyone at the Eden Motel. Whether you would prefer the Bat Cave complete with a ‘Bat Signal’ in the shower or a simple Alcatraz prison themed room, you won’t be disappointed with the creative life-like decor. The hotel also has a Mummy themed room, a room full of love hearts and a room based on London.

The Eden Hotel, Taiwan, the Bat Cave room

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The Bat Cave room decoration, Eden Hotel, Taiwan

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Prison room, the Eden Hotel, Taiwan

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Eden Motel, Taiwan, Hearts room

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De Glase Ice Hotel, Québec, Canada
Only 4km from the north end of Québec City, this seasonal ice hotel is the only one of it’s kind in North America. There are 44 ice sculpted rooms each with access to the ‘Nordic area’ hot tubs and sauna under the stars.

De Glase Ice Hotel, Québec, Canada

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Hotel De Glace, Bedroom, Quebec, Canada

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Hotel De Glace reception, Quebec, Canada

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V8 Hotel, Stuttgart, Germany
A quirky and modern car-themed hotel where the rooms are decorated with murals, car memorabilia and car inspired beds. Stay in rooms such as the ‘Route 66 suite’, the ‘Camping room’, the ‘Drive in Cinema’ or the ‘Car Wash’.

V8 Hotel Camping themed room, Stuttgart, Germany

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V8 Hotel, Stuttgart, Germany, the Car Wash room

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V8 Hotel, Stuttgart, Germany, the Route 66 room

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V8 Hotel, Stuttgart, Germany, the Drive in Cinema room

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Amsterdam Zaandam Inntel Hotel, Netherlands
A whopping canal-side structure made of 70 stacked houses, the architecture is striking and it’s location is within 10km of Amsterdam City Center.

Amsterdam Zaandam Inntel Hotel, Netherlands

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Amsterdam Zaandam Inntel Hotel, front view, Netherlands

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Amsterdam Zaandam Inntel Hotel, reception, Netherlands

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Londolozi Tree Camp, Kruger National Park, South Africa
A private Game Reserve, which is part of the Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve, situated on the western border of the Kruger National Park. If guests are lucky they can enjoy passing wildlife from the comfort of their private outdoor hot tubs.

Londolozi Tree Camp , Private Granite Suites, Kruger National Park, South Africa

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Londolozi Tree Camp , Granite Suites, Kruger National Park, South Africa

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Night time at Londolozi Tree Camp , Private Granite Suites, Kruger National Park, South Africa

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Katajanokka Prison Hotel, Helsinki, Finland
A former prison dating back to 1837 is located on Katajanokka Island in central Helsinki and is just 1.4 km from Helsinki Cathedral. Visitors can book packages where they can be in the ‘segregation’ cell, that has not been updated since the prison closure in 2002. Other themed packages include a ball and chain, prison clothes and ‘guilty’ stickers.

Aerial view of Katajanokka Prison Hotel, Helsinki, Finland

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Prison cups at the Katajanokka Prison Hotel, Helsinki, Finland

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The Dog Bark Park Inn, Idaho, USA
Designed and built by dog-mad Dennis J Sullivan and Frances Conklin, the Dog Bark Park Inn is officially the World’s Biggest Beagle even though there are only two room available for lodging. Many breeds of dog carvings are prominently featured inside and outside the building.

Bedroom, Dog and Bark Inn b and b, Idaho, United States

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Capsulevalue Kanda, Tokyo, Japan
For male guests only, the Capsulevalue Kanda hotel was built with the intention of offering local businessmen a place to sleep if they are finishing work late or miss the last transportation out of the city. Guests are allocated a ‘capsule’ the size of a single bed and they are provided with robes, slippers and various toiletries included in the nightly rate.

Capsulevalue Kanda, Tokyo, Japan

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Capsulevalue Kanda, Tokyo, Japan, Bed

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Building, Capsulevalue Kanda, Tokyo, Japan

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Panda Inn, China
China’s 32 room hotel which is completely pasted with panda memorabilia is said to be the world’s first panda-themed hotel. Located at the foot of the Emei Mountain in China’s Sichuan Province, the hotel is conveniently located for the Chengdu Research Base which is home to the most captive-born giant pandas in the world. The Sichuan Giant Panda Sanctuaries are just over 100 miles away from the hotel making it the perfect place to stay in the world for panda loving explorers.

Panda Inn hotel, China

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Panda Inn hotel, tent style bedroom China

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Panda Inn hotel, bedroom China

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Äscher Cliff, Switzerland
At 5 km above sea level, the Äscher Cliff hotel and restaurant is nestled in the side of a mountain in the Alpstein area of the Swiss Alps. The building clings on to a vertical cliff about 100 meters high and a cable car is available to take visitors back down to the valley below.

Berggasthaus Aescher cliff Hotel, Switzerland, Europe

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Äscher Cliff hotel, Switzerland

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Giraffe Manor, Nairobi, Kenya
Modeled on a Scottish hunting lodge, the Giraffe Manor is a small hotel in the Karen suburb of Nairobi, Kenya. It serves as a home to a number of endangered Rothschild giraffes. The Manor has six bedrooms and guests are invited to feed the giraffes from the breakfast table, through the front door and out of their bedroom windows. Better still, all profits from the hotel fund the charitable objectives of AFEW.

Giraffe Manor, Nairobi, Kenya

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Giraffes eating breakfast at the Giraffe Manor, Giraffe hotel, Nairobi, Kenya

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No Man’s Fort, Solent, Portsmouth
Arrive by boat to a historical fort where soldiers once slept and gun practices were carried out in one of the 22 luxurious rooms and suites. No Man’s fort offers 360-degree sea views, hot tubs on the roof… and an opportunity to hit golf balls into the Solent.

No Man's Fort hotel, Solent, Portsmouth

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Inside the No Man's Fort, Solent, Portsmouth

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Bedroom of No Man's Fort hotel, Solent, Portsmouth

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Magic Mountain Hotel, Huilo Huilo Reserve, Chile
Located at the southern Andes, the Magic Mountain is a real life fairy tale lodging. The enchanting 9-roomed structure is covered by vegetation and features a permanent waterfall.

Magic Mountain Hotel, Huilo Huilo Reserve

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Lobby, Magic Mountain Hotel, Huilo Huilo Reserve, Chile

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Bedroom, Magic Mountain Hotel, Huilo Huilo Reserve, Chile

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Free Spirit Spheres, Vancouver Island, Canada
There are three spheres at the site of the Free Spirit Spheres by the Qualicum Beach, Vancouver Island, Canada Eve, Eryn and Melody. Each sphere is a unique designed handcrafted tree house suspended from trees within the Forrest.

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Above the canopy, Free Spirit Spheres, Vancouver Island, Canada

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Inside the Free Spirit Spheres, Vancouver Island, Canada

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Eve, Free Spirit Spheres hotel, Vancouver Island, Canada

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Costa Verde, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica
Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this tropical hotel is built into jungle ridges. Accommodation consists of eco-chic studios, most with ocean views as well as a lively pub in a converted plane.

Outside the Costa Verde hotel, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica

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Bedroom, Costa Verde, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica

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Restaurant, Costa Verde, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica

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Dining area, Costa Verde hotel, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica

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