Best beautiful and bizarre amazing luxurious hotels to stay 2016

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Best beautiful and bizarre amazing luxurious hotels to stay 2016

The Manta Resort, Pemba Island, Zanzibar

The Underwater Room is the most special room at the very exclusive Manta
Resort in Pemba Island (Zanzibar). To get there, you need to board a
wooden boat that takes you in two minutes to this unique space that lies
over the crystal clear sea of the Manta house reef. It’s like a private floating
island, complete with stunning views and lots of comfort. And if staying
underwater all the time is too much, you can still sunbathe on the deck.
La Montana Magica Lodge in Huilo Huilo, Chile


The Magic Mountain hotel Chile

The Magic Mountain Lodge in Huilo Huilo, Chile is in the middle of a
rainforest and only accessible by a tiny money bridge. There is a faux
waterfall expelling water from the top of the hotel. The hotel has tons of
amenities such as the Spa Lawenko, mini golf and hot tubs (made out of
trunks of trees). Rooms start at $180/night.


Tarelka hotel dombai, Russia

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The Hotel Tarelka is located in Dombai, Russia high in the Caucasus
Mountains and is home to a Futuro. Given that the original idea behind the
Futuro was for it to be used as a ski-cabin the Futuro in Dombai is probably
the only remaining example with a use that, while not exactly as intended,
is pretty close to that originally envisioned by Matti Suuronen back in 1968.
The Hotel Tarelka is not a typical hotel; it is not located at the bottom of the
ski slopes but rather it is way up on the mountainside. The Hotel
information suggests getting down into the valley late at night or early in
the morning is difficult because the funicular is closed. If you have an early
flight home after you trip you either need to ski down [with your luggage – I
am not a skier but that does not sound like much fun] or spend your last
night in the valley at a different hotel. The benefit for that restriction? When
you get up in the morning you are already up the mountain and ready to
ski; not lining up with everyone else to get up the mountain. – See more at:
Dog Bark Park Inn in Cottonwood, Idaho, USA


Hotel Marques de Riscal in Elciego, Spain

Hotel Marques de Riscal in Elciego, Spain is a grand luxury hotel. The
extraordinary hotel was designed by Frank Gehry (he also designed the
Guggenheim in Bilbao). The hotel is the perfect location for wine tasting as
well as world famous restaurants. Rooms start around $370 per night.


Costa Verde, Quepos, Costa Rica

The above photo may at first glance look like a crash landing in the jungle,
but it is actually a hotel suite at the Costa Verde Resort. Tucked away in the
Manuel Antonio National Park rainforest of Costa Rica, this retired 1965
Boeing 727, now the 727 Fuselage Home, has been given a new lease on life
as a jungle getaway.
• From $250 a night, room only


 Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

 

This massive integrated resort which is the latest addition to Singapore’s
amazing collection of hotels and resorts costs $5.7 billion (including land
cost) and features three 55 storey hotel towers with 2600 luxurious rooms
and suites and all three towers are connected by a 1 hectare sky terrace
right on top. This boat-shaped amazing structure is also called the SkyPark.
Marina Bay Sands also has other interesting and unique structures besides
the hotel and Sands SkyPark which are: Lotus shaped Art and Science
Museum, The Casino Block, Marina Bay Sands Shops, The Convention and
Exhibition Block, and -the most exciting- the world’s longest elevated
swimming pool, with a 475-foot vanishing edge, perched 200 meters above
the ground.


Ryugyong Hotel in North Korea.

This primid looking 105-story hotel has a very interesting pyramid shape. It
looks like something out of a Star Trek episode to be frank except that it
began construction in 1987 and remains unfinished ‘till this day!


Ice-hotel Sweden

The Icehotel is a hotel built each year with snow and ice in the village of
Jukkasjärvi, in northern Sweden, about 17 kilometres from Kiruna. It is the
world’s first ice hotel.


Sheraton Hot Spring Resort china

Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort is a luxury hotel and resort, which is
located in Huzhou, China. It has nicknames such as ‘Horseshoe Hotel’ and
“Doughnut Hotel due to its Torus geometrical shape. The horseshoe-shaped
hotel, 27-storey structure lies on Taihu Lake between Nanjing and Shanghai.
it has 321 rooms, 37 villas, 40 suites, a presidential suite, parking facilities,
fitness & wellness center, 4 restaurants, a café, a children’s pool and rooms
with terraces.[4] It was designed conceived by the architect Yansong Ma and
constructed by Shanghai Feizhou Group. It belongs to a chain Sheraton
Hotels


Igloo Village Finland

Igloo Village is a part of Hotel Kakslauttanen in Finland, which provides
traditional and unique futuristic igloos during winter season for residents to
enjoy the snow sights and northern lights under the glass ceiling at room
temperature.


boscolo hotels milan, Italy

with its unique and futuristic design ,the boscolo hotel will have you feeling
like you’re somewhere in the future.


Giraffe Manor hotel-Nairobi, Kenya.

 

The Giraffe Manor is a luxurious and exclusive hotel located just outside
Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, famous for its resident herd of giraffe. Apart from
the top accommodation, you can enjoy Nairobi’s finest kitchens and bump
heads with a giraffe or two.
Built in the 1930s, this luxury boutique hotel has maintained all the charm
of the era and is now famous for its resident herd of Rothschild Giraffe.
Giraffe Manor offers you an unparalleled experience of the giraffes, with
them vying for your attention at the breakfast table, the front door and even
your bedroom window.
Giraffe Manor is also home to many characters including warthogs,
bushbuck, dik dik and more than 180 species of birds and has a striking view
of the Ngong hills.


Burj Al Arab Hotel, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Burj Al Arab is a luxury hotel that is located at the heart of Dubai city in
United Arab Emirates. It was designed to imitate sail of the ship and is the
second tallest hotel in the world. Standing on the artificial island Burj Al
Arab is connected to mainland by private curving bridge. It is both luxurious
and unique due to its form as well as contents. The hotel has 28
double-story floors and 202 suites and also offers restraints and large
seawater aquarium.


Taj Lake Palace India.


For those of you who adore the oceans, definitely check out the Taj Lake
Palace in India. The unique factor for this grand hotel is the fact that it
literally appears as if it were floating atop a lake. For those daring and
invincible to seasickness, this is the place for you.


(hang nga hotel ) Vietnam


Kkonw as the The Crazy House and the fairy tale house this
Gaudi-meets-Sesame Street theme park is one not to miss. It’s a wild mass
of wood and wire fashioned into the shape of a giant tree house and
smoothed over in concrete. It sounds simple, but there’s a vision to this
chaos; just ask the eccentric owner/proprietor and chief architect, Ms. Dang
Viet Nga. Daughter of aristocracy, Ms. Nga is well heeled after early
schooling in China and has a degree in architecture from university in
Moscow. building’s overall design resembles a giant tree, incorporating
sculptured design elements representing natural forms such as animals,
mushrooms, spider webs and caves. Its architecture, comprising complex,
organic, non-rectilinear shapes, has been described as expressionist. Nga has
acknowledged the inspiration of Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí in the
building’s design, and visitors have variously drawn parallels between it and
the works of artists such as Salvador Dalí and Walt Disney.[1][2] Since its
opening in 1990, the building has gained recognition for its unique
architecture, being highlighted in numerous guidebooks and listed as one of
the world’s ten most “bizarre” buildings in the Chinese People’s


 

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