What's the strangest place you've ever spent a night? If you don't have an answer then you have some exploring to do because if you've travelled a lot, chances are you've stayed overnight in some unusual places. But, I can guarantee those places aren't nearly as quirky as the some of the hotels that made this list.
From coffin beds to a talking walls, there are some fascinating hotels around the world that like to shake things up by daring to go against the norm. Here are 13 of them:
1. Poseidon Undersea Resort, Fiji
If you wanted to temporarily live like a mermaid, this 5-star luxury resort is the perfect setting to give it a try. Located 40 feet under the sea, Poseidon Undersea Resort features 25 suites, a restaurant, spa, bar, gym and even a wedding chapel. Your stay doesn't come with a cheap price tag, an all-inclusive week will set you back $15,000.
2. Hotel Parchi del Garda, Lake Garda, Italy
The walls literally have ears in this animated Italian hotel. Located a few miles from Gardaland theme park, Parchi del Garda has four experience rooms filled with 4D features like an interactive wall and decor.
3. Attrap' Reves Hotel, France
You can sleep in a bubble in the Provencal forests of France at the Attrap' Reves Hotel. The plastic bubbles are made from eco-friendly plastic and recyclable materials and can be customized to your taste. The hotel website currently lists a variety of packages including a star gazing experience.
4. Costa Verde Quepos, Costa Rica
This unusual hotel in Costa Rica is actually a refurbished Boeing 727. Unlike the typical cramped plane, Hotel Costa Verde is luxurious and spacious. The fuselage which was found at San Jose airport in 1965 has since been converted into a $500 per night suite complete with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchenette, dining room, a flat-screen TV.
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