Enjoy the natural splendor of one of Chile’s most extraordinary nature preserves from the comfort of your very own hollowed out tree trunk hot tub on the deck of a manmade volcanic mountain accessible only by monkey bridge, complete with its own working waterfall. Say that 20 times.
Martello Tower, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, UK: Martello Towers were built to protect against potential Napoleonic attack. But now some of them serve as hotels after some restoration. Living with the wind, sea and rain in the echoing rooms it’s a truly unique historical experience. The features are a solid fuel stove, parking, roof terrace and showers. The dogs are allowed.
Liberty Hotel which used to be a Charles Street jail for Boston’s criminals for about 150 years has preserved its old looks even with restoration in 2007 during which the prison bars have been left intact and now provide a unique experience for those interested for about $313 a night.
Burj Al Arab Standing on an artificial island in Dubai, the Burj Al Arab is a striking construction that was designed to resemble the sail of a dhow, a type of Arabian vessel. Rising 321 m (1,053 ft), the 7-star hotel is the second tallest hotel building in the world, surpassed only by the Rose Tower, also in Dubai.
Ice Hotel Sweden Located in the small village of Jukkasjärvi in northern Sweden 200 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle, ICEHOTEL may be the epitomy of ephemeral and temporal architecture. The world’s first and largest hotel built out of snow and ice is an inhabitable work of art that takes on a new form each year.
Let’s be honest, everyone wanted a treehouse as a kid. Here is a list of the top treehouse hotels in North America that you can travel to.