Top 10 unique hotels in Europe

Are you ready to start your next European adventure? Check our these totally unique hotels in Europe!

From a room suspended 20 meters above the ground by a huge crane, to a glass tree room built in the middle of a pine forest, discover these unusual hotels in Europe that are not made for regular travelers. It’s true that staying in some of these hotels can be expensive but we promise it will be 100% worth it!

1.No Man’s Fort Hotel

Surrounded by nothing but sea, No Man’s Fort, creates the perfect escape from the daily routine. It was originally built to protect the Naval hub of Portsmouth, now it works as a luxury hotel. With 22 different style bedrooms, an exclusive nightclub and a laser quest arena you will never get bored in one of the most luxurious hotels in Europe.

No Mans Fort Hotel is one of the most different place to stay in when you visit Postmouth, UK.
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2. Karostas Cietums Hotel

Are you tough enough to stay the night in a prison? If so, Karostas Cietums hotel is definitely for you. Expect to be treated as a real “prisoner”, following orders and allowing to be punished (with physical exercise) if you don’t. No luxurious rooms here, you will sleep in real former cells guarded by soviet-style employees.

If you are looking to experience real jail time, Karostas Cietums Hotel is for you.
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3. Kakslauttanen Hotel

“See the Northern lights” is high on most of our bucket lists. Kakslauttanen Hotel in Finland is the dream place to watch them live from their incredible glass igloo rooms. Even if you have bad luck and miss the lights, you can still admire Finland’s hidden paradise and starry sky from this breathtaking hotel.

Kakslaauuannen Artic Resort is everyone's dream come true for an exotic hotel.
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4.Crane Hotel Faralda

If you are looking for hotels in Europe that are a bit more out there (or up there), Crane Hotel Faralda in Amsterdam is for you. With just 3 bunker type luxury suites it’s one of the world’s oldest and highest maritime cranes. Guests say the crane still moves in the wind so you should avoid it if you are scared of heights.

For adventurous travelers the Faralda Crane Hotel is the one to visit.
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5. Hotel Marqués De Riscal

Hotel Marqués De Riscal is perfect for art and wine lovers. Frank Gehry’s, the architect, created an avant-garde design with unique rooms surrounded by incredible vineyards in the valley of the Rioja. An indoor pool, fitness center and massage service in their spa will create the ultimate getaway.

Spain has an extraordinary architectural avant- garde hotel, Marques de Riscal.
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6. Treehotel in Harads

A bird’s nest cabin, a UFO, a mirror cube and a blue cone are part of the tree rooms that compose the amazing Treehotel in Harads, Sweden. This is one of the wildest hotels in Europe, located in the middle of a pine forest and surrounded by just nature. Treehotel offers their guests insane views and stylish accommodation.

Treehotel in Harads are on of the most unique hotels in the world for their unique design.
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7. nhow Hotel

The first European music hotel, where you can hire an electric guitar or a DJ booth for your room is the nhow Hotel in Berlin. The eye-popping interior design is carefully thought out to be a space where inspiration and creativity can bloom.

The first music hotel in Europe has tyhe name of nhow Hotel in Berlin.
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8. The Hobbit Motel

An LOTR fan’s dream come true: The Hobbit Motel in New Zealand offers the experience of living as a “hobbit” for your holidays. These Tolkien-inspired rooms are far from being luxurious but offer an exact resemblance to the hobbit homes. Even if you’re not a fan of The Hobbit, you will experience accommodation completely different to anywhere else you stay.

If you want to experience living as a hobbit, the Hobbit Motel in New Zealand is perfect for you.
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9. The Icehotel

Rebuilt by artists each winter with snow from the village of Jukkasjärv, The Icehotel in Sweden will take your breath away. Sleeping in a room kept at -5C day and night, might be a bit extreme but it will definitely be a holiday experience you will never forget.

A hotel that is rebuilt by artists every winter most me amazing, The Icehotel in Sweden definitely is.
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10. Hotel Everland

Last but not least, Hotel Everland is the only hotel in the world to tour Europe. A capsule design with modern accommodation was built to be mobile. From the Parisian skyline to the incredible views across the lakes of Switzerland, Everland is one of a kind.

A mobile hotel that actually works to receive guests is the Everland Hotel.
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Even if your trip ends up not being what you expected, this hotel selection will ensure you have an extraordinary experience whatever happens.

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