Faralda Crane Hotel is on a restored crane and provides a 360 degree view of the whole of Amsterdam. When it is windy, the crane moves thus giving you a different view from you window every time you look out.
It’s an old radio tower on top of a ski resort which gives this hotel a 1970s sci-fi movie look. This hotel was built in the second half of 1960s and has 12 rooms.
Because of its shape this hotel is also known as ‘Horseshoe Hotel’ and “Doughnut Hotel.” There is an underwater tunnel that connects the two parts of the horseshoe.
This hotel is built like a cruise ship standing on a rock and makes for a great outing for families with kids. The architect used the Royal Caribbean International Sovereign Class cruise ships as a model to build this hotel.
Free Spirit Spheres are round tree houses for adults which sway in the wind and provide ample amount of nature’s sounds. These spheres are hand crafted and hung from tall trees in the wilderness of Vancouver Island, Canada.
Spitbank Fort was built in the Victorian era to protect Britain against French invasion and it is one mile into the sea. This 135-year-old fort had heavy cannons to repeal any French attack but today the hotel is far more welcoming.
This hotel is made from authentic Alaska Railroad coaches renovated with modern amenities. This Alaskan Bed & Breakfast overlooks greater Fairbanks, the Tanana Valley and the Alaska mountain range thus providing amazing view.
This hotel in Belgium has amazing fairytale rooms and a Trojan Horse suite. If there is a fairy tale, this hotel has it interpreted as a room. There are 10 rooms in this hotel and each of them caters to your imagination.
This four star hotel has a story-like exterior and an equally appealing interior where every room has a story-theme.