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El Cosmico in Texas, USA

El Cosmico in Texas, USA
Nick Simonite via elcosmico.com

Self-proclaimed a “nomadic hotel,” El Cosmico offers various type of lodging for those with a sense of adventure. Sleep in everything from vintage trailers to safari tents, Sioux-style teepees, yurts, and tent campsites.

Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort in Huzhou, China

Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort in Huzhou, China
Wikipedia.com

Also referred to as the “Doughnut Hotel,” the Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort was created by architect Ma Tansong. Situated on the Taihu Lake between Nanjing and Shanghai, you’ll find 27 floors above water and two floors below in order to create a complete oval.

Inntel Amsterdam Zaandam in Amsterdam

Inntel Amsterdam Zaandam in Amsterdam
Via inntelhotelsamsterdamzaandam.nl

Nearly 70 stacked houses make up the façade of this hotel. Representing all the traditional homes of Amsterdam, from labourer’s cottages to townhouses, it’s located in the heart of the city with rooms inspired by local history. You’ll also find a Turkish steam bath and Finnish sauna.

Capsulevalue Kanda in Tokyo

Capsulevalue Kanda in Tokyo
Via capsuleinn.com

The capsule hotel is a concept that has become popular throughout Japan, having originated in Osaka. You’ll find sleeping pods stacked side by side and on top of each other as a means for maximizing space. With not much else to offer, guests can expect to get a good night’s rest, wash up and move on!

Jumbo Stay in Stockholm Arlanda Airport, Sweden

Jumbo Stay in Stockholm Arlanda Airport, Sweden
Wikipedia

This unique lodging experience is the former Jumbo Jet that dates back to the 1970s. The fully converted plane features everything from an en-suite room, budget dormitory or twin rooms to a luxury cockpit suit with a panoramic view.

Taj Lake Palace in Udaipur, India

Taj Lake Palace in Udaipur, India
Wikipedia

Featuring 360-degree views of surrounding Udaipur, this stunning hotel resembles a white ship that floats on the waters of Lake Pichola. The original palace was built in 1746 and served as a pleasure palace for the young prince, Maharana Jagat Singh II of Udaipur, to visit with the ‘zenana (the private chambers of the court).’

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