The 25 Strangest (And Coolest) Hotels You Can Actually Spend The Night In
The perfect Punta Cana getaway for Spongebob Squarepants
Whether you're a die-hard cartoon fan or have kids that need to be entertained, this Nickelodeon-themed hotel is where you'll want to vacation. There's a beauty salon, a swim-up bar, a video game arcade, and plenty of room to lounge on the beach.
This Japanese library you can actually rent a bed in
In this curious Japanese hotel, you're assigned little more than a bed. It's a reader's paradise, though, as your bed is stowed away in bookshelves filled with literature.
This one-room hotel in Sweden that doubles as industrial equipment
This one-room hotel is certainly unique. Where else do you get the experience of sleeping inside a gigantic crane?
This incredible art museum in Kentucky that also doubles as a hotel
The 21c in Louisville, Kentucky isn't just a hotel -- it also functions as a contemporary art museum. Each room is incredible work of art on its own.
This Costa Rican resort that lets you sleep in a Boeing 727
Hotel Costa Verde is a beachfront property loaded with beautiful visuals. It also has a Boeing 727 that's been converted into one of the most unique hotel rooms on the planet.
This Grand Canyon hotel room that's inside a cave
If you're going to visit the Grand Canyon, you might as well go the distance and sleep in a cavern here in Seligman, Arizona. While only one of the rooms, the cavern suite, is underground, there is a subterranean grotto restaurant for all to dine in.
This Swiss hotel getaway located on its own a dock
The Hotel Palafitte is built on its own dock over Lake Neuchâtel and offers top of the line amenities.
This hotel in France that's like sleeping in the sky
This modern establishment has many interesting and bizarre features, from celestial ceilings to bathrobes in glass cases.
This luxury hotel in Brazil that looks like Noah's ark
This plush Brazilian hotel, named Hotel Unique, certainly lives up to its name.
This hotel in Colorado that inspired the movie Shining hotel
This massive hotel in Estes Park, Colorado served as Stephen king's inspiration for the Overlook Hotel in The Shining.
This Portland hotel that's literally an old elementary school
Once upon a time, McMenamins Kennedy School was an elementary school in Portland, Oregon. Now it's a luxury hotel with five bars and lounges, plenty of rooms, and a coffee shop to get your morning caffeine fix.
This African safari refuge hotel ... located in Florida
Imagine walking onto your balcony in the morning with a cup of coffee, only to be greeted by a herd of giraffe. That's the kind of experience you get at Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge, which has its own wildlife refuge.
This hostel in Sweden that's just a giant jumbo jet
The accommodations aren't as relaxing as those at Hotel Costa Verde, but it's certainly a unique sleeping experience.
This lick-worthy Bolivian hotel made entirely out of salt
This little Bolivian spot has all the standard hotel features, including free wifi and a minibar. And it's almost entirely made of salt. Go ahead, lick the wall. We won't tell anyone.
This Ohio television that's straight out of television hell
Landoll's Mohican Castle in Loudonville, Ohio is one of the most visually striking hotels you will find in Ohio, but that's not its only selling point. It was also featured in the Season 3 finale of Gordon Ramsey's Hotel Hell.
This bizarre California favorite with a ton of themed rooms
The Madonna Inn in San Luis Obispo is a California institution that's worth visiting several times in your life--once visit for each themed room, from the love nest to the caveman room.