Discover and dream your way through our selection of stunning
unusual and exciting hotels in locations all over the world
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The capsule hotels, originally introduced in Japan, are finally taking off in Europe to great satisfaction of those who value good price and privacy. inBox Capsule Hotel in St. Petersburg skillfully combines modern interiors, comfort and clever use of space to provide you with your own personal space for very ...
This Alpine hut is 3,340 metre above sea-level and located deep in the Pennine Alps. It is only accessible to experienced hikers who can make the 4 mile journey from the nearby town of Saas Fee which was used a location for the Wham! 1984 hit single, “Last Christmas I ...
Hostels are not always the grungy and dirty places that people tend to think of when they hear the word hostel. Adler Luxury hostel, located in the heart of historical Chinatown in Singapore has proven the stereotype wrong. About two years ago, the Adler was established and built on the ...
This hotel was built in 1892 in the Jungfrau-Aletsch protected area of the Swiss Alps that has since become a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The 30-bed and dormitory property has been passed down four and five generations of the same family which is impressive in these harsh times where such ...
Arriving at Jungfraujoch station there is a sign proclaiming this to be the “Top of Europe”. Operators, Jungfraubahn put the sign there being proud of the fact their railway includes the highest mainline station in Europe. Trains pull through a tunnel somehow carved out of the solid rock and arrive ...
This mountain hut is owned by the Swiss Alpine Club and lies 3240 meters above sea level overlooking a glacier pass. In order to get there, you have to hike across the glacier itself. Approach then, on the north side of the Lotschenlucke. The caretaker will see you from miles ...
This guesthouse was built 170 years ago by farmers who needed a place to hang out so their goats could graze. This seems like an achievement on par with the pyramids. I mean, how do you drag that much timber up a mountain and then build it into a mountain ...
A joy for the ruddy-cheeked and strong-legged, this unique hotel is actually a cabin 2068m above sea-level and is Norway’s highest tourist lodge with views of the Hurrungane Mountains and ancient glaciers that reflect light from the long-shining summer sun. This remote lodge is only accessible by foot. You will ...
A combination of the Western backpacker hostel and the Japanese pod hotel; this unique venue is aimed at the backpacker community that congregates on the famous Khaosan road in Bangkok. It is built completely from wood in the traditional style of the Bangkok old town. Your sleeping pods come with ...