Discover and dream your way through our selection of stunning unusual and exciting hotels in locations all over the world revealed in High Definition.
Netherlands, West Europe Hotels
Euromast  
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Your room is 112 meters high in the famous Euromast tower in Rotterdam. Decorated in elegant 60s style, the building is designed to bend a bit in strong winds, so you may even feel your room rocking slightly. The room reflects the era when the tower was built, the 1960s; …
Accommodation types: Tower
Koe in  
de Kost
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For those seeking a genuine farm experience, Koe in de Kost is the place to be. Located in Heeten, Overijssel, the earth houses (or so-called grondulow in Dutch) surrounded by green pastures embodies the true essence of Dutch country living. Even though you are removed from the busy urban centers, …
Accommodation types: Animal   Farm Stay
The Cube  
House
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The Cubehouse in the center of Rotterdam is a great 2 bedroom apartment with 4 beds. The home is named the Cubehouse because of its unique and interesting cuboid design. The home's ultra-modern design and chic décor make the building appear extremely spacious and airy. The home consists of three …
Accommodation types: Concept
Faralda  
Crane Hotel
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The Faralda Crane Hotel in Amsterdam is well on its way to superstardom, even though it is a newly opened hotel. The three suites that make up the Faralda Crane, and yes, there are only three, are among the most expensive suites in the Netherlands. The investment in each suite …
Accommodation types: Industrial   Luxury
Hôtel  
Droog
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Whether you are visiting Amsterdam for business or pleasure, or perhaps a mix of both, one of the most unique hotel experiences to be had is at the Hôtel Droog. It is located in the heart of the historical center of the city and what makes it truly interesting is …
Accommodation types: Art   Concept   Design
Hotel  
Not Hotel
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It's certainly easy to remember the name, and with a central Amsterdam location, it's also easy to find. What really stands out, though, is the hotel's commitment to art. The rooms themselves are designed as artworks, with creative input by the Collaboration-O, founded at the Eindhoven Design Academy. The rooms, …
Accommodation types: Art   Concept   Design
Airplane  
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Hotel planes are a pilot’s dream and one of the first items on a world traveler’s to-do-list. This plane in particular is over 40 meters in length and stationed at Teuge airport, giving you a great view of the runway. It was first built in 1960 and has historical significance, …
Accommodation types: Airplane
Hayema  
Heerd
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Located on a Dutch farm, this B&B is themed around the straw. Sleep in the hayloft on the world’s most luxurious straw bed with plenty of comforters, covers, and pillows. The rest of the decoration is fairy-tale themed guaranteed to make you feel like a princess; there are chandeliers, cow …
Accommodation types: Igloo   Nature
Het Kleine  
Paradijs
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Located in the fascinating town of Oosterend, "Het Kleine Paradijs" ("The Little Paradise" in English) is the perfect place to explore the region. Oosterend was known as “the Jerusalem of Holland” because it was home to five different religions and, this being the genteel Netherlands, they all existed happily together. …
Accommodation types: Floating   Nature   Treehouse   Yurt
Inntel  
Zaandam
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This incredible-looking hotel is twelve stories high and looks as if a giant has taken a number of the green-painted cottages typical of the Zaan region and mashed them together. One blue house stands out in the mix – it is a reference to Monet’s painting “The Blue House” completed …
Accommodation types: Design   Fairytale
A-Train  
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You can stroll across from Amsterdam Central Station, cross the noisy thoroughfare of Prins Hendrikkade Street, and find yourself in the A-train Hotel. It is a hotel decorated by a railway enthusiast. You could mistake the interior for being a railway museum such as the collection of brass kettles, suitcases, …
Accommodation types: Train
Efteling  
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When you stay at the Efteling Hotel you stay in a real fairytale castle. Feel like a prince or princess with unlimited access to the Efteling Theme Park. This means you can have special early access, free parking, and seats at the Raveleijn show where, in a 20-minute spectacle with …
Accommodation types: Fairytale   Kids
Camping  
Raft
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The peaceful waterways of the Netherlands have long been popular holiday destinations. There is something about calm, fresh water, trees, and far-distant grasslands that relaxes the soul. Trouble is, you always have to leave the water and return back to reality by heading back to your hotel at the end …
Accommodation types: Boat   Floating   Nature
Mainport  
by Inntel Hotels
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“Rotterdam is anywhere alone” sang The Beautiful South in the 1990s. God knows what they were on about. But one place in Rotterdam that certainly isn’t just anywhere is the Mainport by Inntel Hotels. The black glass and metal exterior make a statement from the outset. Your room has some …
Accommodation types: Design   Spa
Hotel  
Arena
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This grand building was built in 1886 as a women’s hospital. It was administered by a charity that cared for the poor and vulnerable women in society because there was no welfare state in those days. During the Second World War, the property was occupied and later used to house …
Accommodation types: Design
Wine Barrel  
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Guaranteed to confuse any alcoholic, in this hotel you are supposed to sleep in the wine barrels. The hotel is located in the harbor town of Stavoren which is one of the oldest towns in the Netherlands. It used to be a wealthy seaport where legend has it, a proud …
Accommodation types: Wine
Texel  
Yurts
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I have never had a bad time in a yurt. There’s something lovely about the gas lamps, woodburning stove to keep your group warm on the rug-strewn wooden floor. These things aid relaxation in a way that doesn’t require expensive treatments or over-enthusiastic massages. The structure is circular with the …
Accommodation types: Yurt
Werf Ijlst  
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In the Northern Netherlands, people don’t drive so much. They cycle the flatlands breathing fresh air or they take a boat along a network of clean waterways. The area is full of historic attractions and European charm. To make the most of your stay, the Werf Ijlst hotel offers its …
Accommodation types: Boat   Design
Controversy  
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The controversy is a delightful piece of insanity courtesy of a Dutch couple who love converting obsolete public transport into luxury accommodation. Their farm is a museum to reclaimed vehicles; everything from a 1958 Cadillac to a modern-day MIG fighter jet. You can catch the MIG humorously placed on top …
Accommodation types: Museum   Train
The Crane  
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Blue Head, the Spider and Long William are not sexual euphemisms but are actually nicknames for this old harbor crane which holds a special place in many people’s hearts. Apparently, it took a team of ‘history fanatics’ two years to restore it to former glory and open it as a …
Accommodation types: Industrial