3 of the Most Uniquely Strange Hotels in the World (1 Part)

3 of the Most Uniquely Strange Hotels in the World (1 Part)

The complex situation we live in probably makes you crave more and more adventures. We will help you to travel more – virtually (with the help of National Geographic). We will visit some of the most unique hotels in the world. Their locations and appearance are not the most traditional, but this is what makes them very interesting spaces.

Golden Crown Levin Iglut, Levi, Finland

Remarkable glass igloos that allow visitors to admire the warmth of the Northern Lights phenomenon in all its glory. They are less than 10 km from the Finnish ski resort of Levi and, along with the captivating view, you also receive some bonuses. They include an outdoor jacuzzi, free parking and Wi-Fi, as well as an individual kitchenette, a bathroom and a double bed with an adjustable backrest for even greater comfort. The windows are well insulated and heated so that they do not freeze, and if you still want a little intimacy, you can use the curtains.

Kokopelli’s Cave, Farmington, New Mexico


In Bulgaria you can find huts in caves, but a whole hotel… There is one in Farmington, New Mexico. In fact, his original idea was to serve geological surveys in the area, but now it is an attractive place for travelers. It is located more than 20 meters below the surface of the rocky plateau. Inside, you enter through an entrance carved into the rock, and although reminiscent of the ruins of the Anasazi tribe, we can not miss the modern additions such as Jacuzzi, shower, bath, carpets, electricity and comfortable furniture.

Book and Bed Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan

It never occurred to you that you could sleep in the library, but if you are a fan of reading, you will definitely like the idea. In fact, the place is more like a bookstore where you can sit comfortably and look at the offers. Well, with the difference that in Book and Bed Tokyo you can spend the night. It is a 4-minute walk from JR Ikebukuro Station and has over 3,000 books in English and Japanese. The beds are compact and have individual contact and lighting, as well as a curtain to ensure privacy. The only drawback is the shared bathroom, but this is not such a problem.


In case you have a job in Sofia and would like to stay in an artistic place, welcome to Art Hotel Simona. In our designer rooms you will satisfy your need for art experiences, and in our cozy Simona Restaurant you will enjoy the culinary art. And, of course, everything is in line with the new requirements for even more impeccable hygiene.

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