Many people go to a new destination to explore the location-but sometimes the hotel itself is a

once-in-a-lifetime experience. Today’s post shares several hotels that are themselves

adventures. From palaces built with salt to converted Boeing airliners, these unique hotels will

give you a fresh look at what you think.

For those new to this blog … Hi, I’m Dora! I’m a bit like a travel fan, and I like to share my

experiences in some of the most beautiful places on the planet. For more travel inspiration,

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The dancing of the northern lights against the night sky shines. In Kakslauttanen. The igloo has a bedroom with a glass roof and luxury beds. Free Wifi is also provided. There are other activities, such as riding a husky or reindeer into the Arctic wilderness, or riding a snowmobile across the snow.

Location: Saariselkä, Finland
Price: From $ 400, including breakfast and dinner

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Sky Lodge Adventure Suite

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What does it feel like to sleep in a bird nest? Experience luxury camping in a glass hut hanging from a cliff. The cabin can be accessed by zip line or hiking. Who wants to try it?

The unique Skylodge Adventure Suites is located in the Sacred Valley of Peru (Cuzco), giving you the opportunity to sleep in a fully transparent hanging bedroom, giving you a breathtaking view of the Peruvian Valley. The motivation behind these fancy hotels is to provide a special experience that reconnects people with nature.

Location: Arubamba in Cusco, Peru
Price: From $260+ free breakfast


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The slogan of the Costa Verde Hotel in Costa Rica is “more monkeys than people …”, but it has another reputation: guests can spend the night on a converted 1965 Boeing 727, the plane has become a two-bedroom luxury hostel. Although the unique shape of the fuselage is intact, the interior is completely inlaid with local teak. Windows provide jungle and ocean views throughout the aircraft, the platform sits on a 50-foot-high support frame, and the canopy covers the wings. Enjoy dinner in the kitchenette or local food and drinks at the bar (restaurant and bar at the hotel Costa Verde), located on the C-123 Fairchild freighter, which played a role in Iranian and international affairs in the 1980s effect.

Location: Provincia de Puntarenas, Costa Rica


Anyway, Manta Resort will be a unique stay, book an underwater room and sleep under the water as colorful coral fish swim through the large windows around the double bed. At night, you can turn on the spotlight under the window to attract fish. The sea level above has a living area and bathroom, while the roof terrace is ideal for sunbathing or watching the stars at night.

Location: Pemba Island, Tanzania

Giraffe Manor

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Giraffe Manor is an exclusive boutique hotel located beside the 12-acre Angong Forest, where a group of giraffes live. Giraffes are free to move and often show up next to you during breakfast. This 1930s manor has been converted into a hotel with 10 exquisite rooms with free Wi-Fi balcony and terrace. The Giraffe Manor is located near the Karen area of the same name in Nairobi. And offers all local adventure tours

Location: Kenya, Africa


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Located in Tulum (Mexico), Azulik Hotel & Spa is an adult-only, clothing-optional establishment. The resort is surrounded by lush forest in the expansive biosphere reserve Sian Ka’an, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Location: Tulum, Mexico


Juvet landscape hotel. Photo courtesy of Jensen & Skodvin Architects.
The Juvet Landscape Hotel at Valldal in Norway has nine individual rooms that each face a singular patch of wilderness. Courtesy of Jensen & Skodvin

Juvet Landscape Hotel (landskapshotell) is a series of hotels completely submerged in nature. Known for its minimalist design and floor-to-ceiling windows, guests can enjoy the forest scenery while chatting. Maybe you might recognize this hotel, was used as a filming location in the cult film, Ex-Machina.

Location: Valldal, Norway
Price: From $200 per night


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The rooms in this hotel are made entirely of glass: walls, floors, roofs. You may have to sacrifice the need for privacy, but the unique design is worth it. It merges the boundary between the exterior garden and the interior to create an indoor green environment. Each room has a private bathroom.

Despite its small size, the hotel is home to 2 Michelin-starred restaurants. Serving seasonal Catalan cuisine from the Garrotxa region. .

Location: Olot, Spain


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Guests can only reach Treehouse Lodge Resort via an hour-long boat ride from Iquitos, and then they will climb 60 feet to reach the tree house above the canopy. Sleeping in the sound of the Peruvian Amazon rainforest upstream of the Amazon River. There are 8 thatched cottages with an average diameter of 18 feet. Railings, curtains and optional mosquito nets are the only difference between you and your original life. Below the main building is a bathroom with a cold shower. The sidewalk hanging from each tree house leads to the central public tree house, which serves Peruvian cuisine. Guests have a personal guide and daily excursions include watching puffer fish, squirrel monkeys, macaws, sloths and visiting indigenous villages.

Location: Iquitos, Peru

Golden Crown Levin Iglut

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Each igloo at Golden Crown is located six miles from the resort Levi. It has a kitchenette with a breakfast package, a full bathroom, and a double bed with adjustable headrests and views of the Aurora. Windows are insulated and heated to prevent frost, and curtains provide privacy. You can enjoy the fireplace in the small, rustic cabin and watch the stars inside.

Location: Levi, Finland

Bed and Breakfast Tokyo

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Book and Bed Tokyo is a paradise for book lovers. It looks like a second-hand bookstore until guests slide off the bookshelf and expose the bed. Reading lights and power sockets are standard in every room. There are 30 stacked squares on the back of the bookshelf, each of which is large enough to hold one person, and 3,000 Japanese and English books are placed on it. Bathrooms are shared and sofas in the area outside the bookshelves provide common reading and gathering areas. It is much cheaper than a hotel, and it costs 3,500 yen (about $ 35) per person.

Location: Tokyo, Japan

TREEHOTEL  in sweden


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Relive the magic of childhood at the extraordinary Treehotel in Sweden, consisting of seven houses hanging from trees suspended from tall pine trees 20 feet above the forest floor. (You can access them via ladders, suspension bridges, or motorized stairs.)

Options include homes that look like huge bird’s nests, mirrors shaped like UFOs, and reflective “Mirrorcubes.” From September to March each year, hotel staff will conduct guided Northern Lights guided tours; throughout the year, you can dine in the on-site restaurant and visit the village of Harad with 600 people.

Location: Hallard, Sweden


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Bolivia ’s Palacio de Sal has taken the concept one step further by using salt from the famous Salar de Uyuni salt flats to create a luxury hotel in the middle of the Bolivian desert. Almost everything in this hotel is made of salt, including buildings and furniture. All 30 rooms have wooden floors and tiled bathtubs. The armchairs in the common areas are made of salt. The dining room window offers panoramic views of the salt flats.

Location: Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia


Attrap’Reves a beautiful romantic getaway for you and your loved one. The lodging is both poetic and serene, a night in one of these bubbles will be a truly unforgettable experience.

Location: France

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