1. The Mirrorcube
It is located in Harads, Sweden. It is a lightweight aluminum box suspended around a tree trunk and covered in mirrors. The cube accommodates two people at a time, with a double bed, a small bathroom, a living room and a roof terrace. Access to the cabin is by a rope bridge connected to the next tree. the one-way mirrors provide a 360-degree view of the surroundings.
2. The Icehotel
Another Swedish attraction, the Icehotel is the world’s largest hotel made from snow and ice. Guests can sleep in beds and go to the bar made of snow and ice, at temperatures around minus 5 degrees C. The entire building melts and gets reconstructed every year. Each November, a team of architects rebuilds the whole structure from several hundred tons of ice.
3. Capsule Hotel
These pods operate as a collection of floating rooms and are currently moored in The Hague. Inside, they are sparsely furnished with the bare necessities: sheepskin hammock, disco glitter ball, and 007 DVDs.
4. Dog Bark Park Inn
You can find the beagle-themed B&B in Cottonwood, ID. Guests enter the body of the giant dog through a balcony. The dog’s head houses a loft bedroom and an alcove within the muzzle, with a toilet disguised as a fire hydrant.
5. Das Park Hotel
These renovated sewage pipes are, thankfully, clean and functional and can be found on the banks of the Danube. They provide their guests with full headroom, double bed, storage, light, power, woolly blanket and light cotton sleeping bag.
6. The Beer Moth
A converted Commer Q4 1950s fire truck that offers a Victorian brass double bed, an oak parquet floor (taken from a Tudor mansion), a wood-burning stove for those chilly Scottish nights, a fire escape for a staircase—and an unforgettable experience.
7. Kumbuk River Resort
This is a 16-acre oasis situated in south-east Sri Lanka. It is most famous for its 2-story primary villa in the shape of an elephant. While you can sleep in the elephant’s belly, the resort also features two other chalets for larger groups.