Are you taking off overseas? Are you looking for a new experience or maybe something to show all your friends, why not drop on by to these weird and wonderful hotels and restaurants along the way.
Situated just north east off the island of Fiji, Poseidon is the only permanent seafloor structures held at one - atmosphere to avoid decompression sickness. Offering 22 individual rooms which are mostly made out of acrylic, guest get the opportunity to take in the 270 degree views which each room provides. The resort also contains all the luxury's which normal resorts have to offer such as a library, bar, restaurant, spa and conference room. To access the resort guest use one of the two elevators, and to stay in the resort guests pay a minimum of US$30,000 a couple for two nights in an overhead beach villa and 4 nights in a luxury underwater suit.
Located just 15kms from Kiruna Airport in Sweden, ICEHOTEL is built entirely of snow and ice and is made every winter alongside the Torne River. The hotel provides guest with the choice of several rooms to stay in ranging in temperatures between -5 to -8 C. The main features of the hotel are the art and design which is used to create the feature, guest are also encouraged to part take in trying their hand at sculpting ice, in the ice factory. ICEHOTEL also accommodates weddings and functions, and holds a bar, restaurant and hotel shop.
Found throughout Japan, capsule hotels are becoming an inexpensive way for travellers to see the country without blowing the budget. The pods are built out of plastic and are approximately 2 metres long and 1.25 metres wide, they are generally constructed side by side or stacked in blocks of two and have a curtain for privacy. Most hotels pods are fitted with entertainment such as televisions and wireless internet, visitors use communal washrooms, and larger hotels will provide restaurants, pools and lockers.
Situated just south of Bolivia's capital La Paz, Palacio De Sal is built on one of the world's largest salt flats. The hotel structure, furniture and decorations are built from salt blocks which provide guest with the opportunity to experience the first salt hotel built in the world. The hotel contains 16 rooms, dining room, bar, recreation room, golf course, pool and spa. A behaviour the hotel prohibits is the licking of the salt walls; this is due to salts deterioration.
Just one hour drive south of Liberia, Tree house lodge hotel is positioned right in front of the famous Punta Uva beach. Stretching over 10 acres of land the tranquil and private location leaves visitors feeling like they have the whole place to themselves. Offering accommodation built on stilts reaching high up in the canopies of the forest, this unusual place delivers the very best of nature and simplicity. The houses are decked out with your very own bathroom and kitchen, and the resort also offer facilities such as yoga, canoeing, surfing , white water rafting and canopy tours.
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