10 Unique HotelsApr 10th, 2011 | By wownesia | Category: Place
Dog Bark Park Inn is a lodging located in the biggest dog in the world. Guests enter the body of a hunting dog from the side deck. Some dog-themed furniture decoration is carved by Dennis and Frances. Inside and up another level to the dog’s head is a room apartments with extra sleeping space plus a small, cozy room located on thesnouts of dogs.
2. The Inntel Hotel (Netherlands)
Delft WAM Architecten studio has completed a hotel that looks like a pile of a house in Zaandam, Netherlands. The hotel called Inntel, because the building like as dozens of traditionalDutch houses overlapping. This building has 11 floors, forty meters height and consists of 160 rooms.
3. Hamster Hotel (France)
This is a unique concept in accordance with its creator. A hotel in the city of Nantes, France offers the opportunity for people to be a hamster. For 99 € (£ 88) per night, visitors of the Nantes hotel can get an experience to be a hamster, get exercise by walking on a giant wheel and slept in a haystack in a room called ”Hamster Villa”. This is the latest effort from the owner Frederic Tabary and Yann Falquerho.
4. V8 Hotel (Germany)
If you are the type of people who sleep in the bed-shaped car when you’re child and like it, maybe this is the hotel for you: V8 Hotel, hotels car in Stuttgard, Germany. V8 Hotel offers rooms themed cars and car-shaped bed. The hotel is located in the center of Meilenwerk Stuttgart.
5. Corona Save the Beach Hotel (Italia)
The first hotel made entirely of trash was opened in 2010 in Rome, Italy. Garbage is collected from the beach across Europe to build Corona Save the Beach Hotel. Created by German artist HA Schult, the structure consists of five rooms and reception desk. It is built of 12 tons of trash collected along the polluted coast of Europe, in the movement to raise awareness about pollution. The hotel is located near the 2nd Century Castel Sant’Angelo on the banks of the Tiber.
6. Tianzi Hotel (China)
Located in Hebei province, China, Hotel Tianzi built in the 2000-2001 period. This is a high representation of ten-story of Fu Lu Shou (fortune prosperity, and longevity), which was held the Guinness World Record for “Biggest image building” whatever that means.
7. Nhow Berlin (Germany)
Interior surreal setting, designed by Karim Rashid. Rashid brings imagination to change the hotel into what can be the best to described as an amusement park for lovers of glossy, hyper design. This aesthetics is reflected in the color of the room, neon furniture at all common areas, and wallpaper.
8. 9h Hotel (Japan)
In 1979, Japan built its first capsule hotel - an inn with a room slightly larger than the bed, and certainly not enough room to stand. Now a developer in Kyoto has integrated a minimalist place with luxurious furnishings in the 9h hotel, which opened in December 2009. This is called 9h because users are expected to shower, sleep for seven hours, and then the rest within nine hours - although you can rent your room to seventeen hours at a time. Each capsule is equipped with adjustable lighting to help lull you to sleep and then gently wake you.
9. Pavillon des Lettres Hotel (French)
There are few literary-themed hotels around the world, but now French have had their own hotel. The New Pavillon des Lettres Hotel offers 26 rooms named from a different writer, with their poetic quotations on the wall. Designer Didier Benderli’s interpretation of the theme by using luxurious fabrics in rich color and perfect lighting.
10. The Salt Hotel (Bolivia)
A strange hotel in Bolivia called the Salt Hotel. This hotel was built in 1993. Consisting of 15 rooms, dining room, family room and bar are made of salt. Even the floor sprinkled with salt. The walls of the hotel made of salt bricks bonded using cement.