The hotel industry around the world is growing rapidly especially in the last decade. This contributes to the opening of the new star hotels under well-known brands. But more modest accommodation facilities contribute to a large variety of hotels, especially if they are not the usual services. So let’s look at the five most unusual hotels in the world for 2014.
First place went to French hotel La Villa Hamster. In truth, this is not a hotel in the conventional sense. The hotel has only one room, total area 16 sq. m. feature of the hotel is that the room reproduces an enlarged hamster cage. It has everything to make guests feel like true rodents: a ladder, a sofa, stuffed with sawdust, feeders, waterers, and a real joy hamster – wheel. Recognized as the team of the hotel, all that is required of guests is to indulge in a carefree, relaxed life. To be a rodent for 150 dollars a day. Continue reading
Japan, capsule hotel the Capsule Inn Akihabara
The Japanese with their inherent minimalism invented and created the capsule hotel the Capsule Inn Akihabara . where you can spend the night in special cells, arranged in two rows one above the other. Each cell (average size 2×1×1 m) placed bed, overhead TV, radio. A berth in a capsule very similar to the top shelf in a train compartment. Shoes and things are kept separately in the lockers, toilet total. The first capsule hotels in the country appeared in the late 1970s, but the popularity is still not lost.
Price: from 2000-3000 yen/night (€14-21).
Austria, hotel Rogner Bad Blumau by Hundertwasser project Continue reading