8 Weirdest Hotels on the Planet

The hotel or B&B experience can get a little bit boring at times (or maybe it’s just your relationship) which makes these hotels or resorts come in handy, getting people to experience sleep and vacationing in unique environments, more often than not having nothing to do with comfort and relaxation.

Can Sleep, Lake Skanderborg, Denmark

Something that is a cross between a camping ground and a B&B if you eat and drink only beer, the “Can Sleep” resort is only open during the month of August, coinciding with a local festival, housing people in beer can like lofts.

Elephant Safari Park Hotel Lodge, Bali

A safari isn’t exactly unique, but a hotel that revolves solely around the concept of elephants? a sanctuary for the largest herd of rescued Sumatran elephants in the world, you get escorted to your room by elephants, enjoy elephant-made art in the room and enjoy amenities that include 4 elephant shows and a baby elephant nursery.

Free Spirit Spheres, Vancouver Island, Canada

Somewhat of wooden getaway resort on Vancouver island, offering visitors a stay in spheres hanging among the trees, 10-15 feet above the ground.

Jumbo Stay, Stockholm

A retired 747 Boeing turned into a 27-room hotel, which includes a special room in the cockpit for those who love to press buttons without actually affecting anything.

La Villa Hamster, Nantes, France

A one room hotel, if you can actually call it that, which caters to the needs of those who want to live like an actual hamster for a day or two, including a human-sized hamster wheel among other fantastic amenities.

Les Roulottes de la Serve, Provence, France

If you’ve ever wanted to live like a gypsy without all the travel and the hatred from the rest of the world, a French resort offers restored gypsy caravans, with the guests having to share a communal bathroom, kitchen and campfire.

Hotel Kakslauttanen, Finland

Located way up in Lapland, the hotel offers igloos and wooden cabins with inner temperatures of 21 to 27 degrees Fahrenheit, but the chance to see the Northern lights, aurora borealis, make people forget about the fact that they’re freezing their asses off.

Hotel Utter Inn, Sweden

A hotel that offers just one room, underwater, with no electricity but with a gas heater and lights, plus a shabby observation deck to get a good view of the lake.