Discover and dream your way through our selection of stunning unusual and exciting hotels in locations all over the world revealed in High Definition.
Capsule Hotels
The O Pod  
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The progressive O Pod capsule hotel takes a prime seafront location in Tel Aviv in a place that formerly lacked the cosmopolitan vibe the Israeli city is famous for. But things have changed. It is neighbored by the flourishing Neve Tzedek district - Tel Aviv's oldest part with charming houses …
Accommodation types: Capsule   Hostel
Location: Tel-Aviv  Israel  Middle East
District Hive  
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The ever-changing hotel scene innovates at an unprecedented pace. Its latest novelty is the autonomous podtel. District Hive is a state-of-the-art luxurious capsule that's the first of the many Podtel Colony hotels to be built worldwide. The module was developed by the Spanish firm Districthive, and its bold aim is …
Accommodation types: Eco-Friendly   Nature   Remote
Location: Gorafe  Spain  West Europe
Optimi Rooms  
Bilbao
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The capsule hotel movement originating from Japan is spreading through the whole world. Originally started as a means to drive down the accommodation prices, it has now entered a new era. Travelers are no longer satisfied with cheap but crowded and overly simple rooms. Optimi Rooms in Balbao is set …
Accommodation types: Capsule   Design   Hostel
Location: Bilbao  Spain  West Europe
Anthenea  
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The solar-powered and self-sufficient capsules by Athenea float on water. It's the brainchild of naval architect Jean-Michel Ducancelle, who was inspired by the floating saucer in the 1977 Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me. These eco-luxe pods take hotel suites to a whole new level. They can be installed …
Accommodation types: Boat   Floating   Underwater
Location: Lannion  France  West Europe
Steel House  
Copenhagen
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The brand new world of backpacking opens up new prospects for hostels, one that is not afraid to be bold. Taking inspiration from the hotels in New York, the facade is covered by corten steel, and the industrial design continues to be dominant inside. Progressive thinking went into the concept …
Accommodation types: Capsule   Hostel   Industrial
First Cabin  
Tsukiji
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The First Cabin Tsukiji in Tokyo, Japan, is a Japanese-style pod hotel with an aviation theme that houses 160 people. There are 119 male cabins and 41 female cabins. Tsukiji’s pods are equipped with flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi, electric plugs, AC, house slippers, and toiletries. In addition, the hotel offers a …
Accommodation types: Capsule
Location: Tokyo  Japan  East Asia
Rotel  
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Capsule hotels are in vogue right now. The German tour company Rotel was always ahead of the game by providing capsule [hotels on wheels](https://www.uniqhotels.com/bus-hotels) since 1945. No matter how much you enjoy staying in a five-star hotel, you will always be stationary, trapped in one district. So, to feed your …
Accommodation types: Bus   Capsule   Moving