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People Shared 20+ Hotels That Impressed Them to the Core

You’ll probably agree that it’s great to return from a trip and surprise your friends with stories not only about the things you saw but also about the hotel you were lucky enough to stay at. Today, hoteliers try to stay up-to-date with popular trends, leaving cookie-cutter style rooms in the past, and creating real wonders with the help of skilled designers.

Bright Side found some reviews left by visitors who’ve stayed in hotels that were anything but “common.”

You definitely wouldn’t expect to see this countertop made out of medical waste in a $100,000 a night hotel room.

A British artist created a unique design for this room in a Las Vegas hotel. Those who are willing to pay $100,000 a night can see a countertop filled with medical waste, sharks “frozen” with formaldehyde, shelves packed with pills, and flooring containing butterflies.

A nice toilet in a Swiss hotel

The windows of the German hotel, Obersteinberg, open up to an incredible view of the Alps. It’s possible to reach this hotel only by foot. By the way, the only modern thing in this hut-like hotel is the toilet that you can see in the video above. There’s no electricity here — only candles that create a romantic atmosphere. Mules are the only means of transportation and the cuisine that they serve is traditional. Those who come here will experience complete unity with nature.

The half-graffiti hotel room in Marseille, France

All the rooms in the hotel called Au Vieux Panier in Marseille are unique. The hotel invited the artists of Pixtil Studio to decorate the walls of the bedrooms and living rooms. And they managed to create an incredible, bold atmosphere.

“Suspended off the side of a cliff over the valley floor, this pod was our home for one night in Peru! Climbed 1,300 feet to this Million Star Hotel to sleep under the stars and hear the river below us. Totally worth it!”

There are AEROSLEEP hotels in Moscow airports. The capsules look quite futuristic inside.

An insane hotel in Switzerland

Hotel Villa Honegg” was built at the beginning of the 1900s. It’s located on the mountain Bürgenstock and is a true epitome of comfort with a private cinema, wellness center, and unforgettable views.

“Stayed overnight in Germany on the top of a mountain in an igloo in a hotel called Iglu-Dorf Zugspitze Zugspitzplatt. There’s a bed, mug holders for tea that stay hot for 2 minutes only, and a lovely snow carving on the wall.”

“I was on a vacation in Portugal and booked a room for the laziest of people — you only need to open the door and you’ll instantly find yourself in a dining room.”

“Stayed in Lisbon in the Hotel Dom Afonso Henriques. Every morning, I would wake up early and lie on the bed, listening for the sounds and voices indicating breakfast had started. Once I heard them, I would get up, get dressed, and go to breakfast.”

“Booked a hotel room in Denmark and discovered a hidden shower stall.”

The Grand Hyatt hotel in South Korea has a Boeing 787 simulator.

“Stayed in the Omni Dallas Hotel in Dallas, Texas, USA. Now I know what concrete jungles look like.”

“This is the Icehotel in Sweden. Tonight’s bed is set at 23°F. Any tips for sleeping on ice?”

“So we order dinner in the room. My phone rings and a machine asks me to open the door. Here is what we saw on the doorstep. The robot called the elevator itself to bring the food to the room. This is located in Xiamen, China.”

The splendid view from the jacuzzi of a hotel in Amsterdam

Crane Hotel Faralda is located in the center of Amsterdam on the river bank. Its motto is: “What happens in Crane, stays in Crane forever.” All the suites in this hotel (there are only 3 of them) have a jacuzzi, and apparently, very few neighbors.

A room in the underwater hotel in the Maldives

The aquarium hotel, Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, is located at a depth of 16 feet and is surrounded by coral reefs that are home to over 100 species of marine animals.

“Probably the most beautiful hotel I’ve ever been to, Fukushima, Japan”

The rooms in the Aizu Ashinomaki Onsen Okawaso hotel have a splendid view of rice fields and the Ōkawa River.

“We slept in an 800-year-old castle surrounded by a breathtaking garden and had a breakfast of the Gods. Gratitude that speaks? Merci, Chateau de Bagnols.”

“The magical hotel, Montana Magica Lodge, is located in the mountains of Chile. It looks like a fairy tale. The room is amazing.”

“Our home for the night at Free Spirit Spheres”

This hotel is located in Canada on Vancouver Island. It only has 3 rooms that are actually 3 wooden spheres hanging on trees.

“Day 3: After 6,500 feet of ascending, we almost reached the hotel! Exceptional experience! The goal is almost there!”

Refuge Du Gouter is located at an altitude of 12,582 feet on Mont Blanc in France. Only the strongest can get here. Winds of 180 mph periodically blow around the hotel and the temperatures rarely exceed 32°F.

The elevator in the Radisson Blu Hotel in Berlin passes through an aquarium.

A hotel in Tokyo has a reception desk that is run by robot dinosaurs.

Just imagine what it’s like to wake up and see this fabulous scene.

The Fifth Season Hotel is located in Juta City, Georgia.

“I was celebrating my birthday in Amsterdam. The hotel employees asked me what they should write on my BD postcard. I asked them to draw a cat. And they did. The cat is as amazing as the city itself.”

“This was my room in a train wagon. It’s one of the most unique places I’ve ever stayed at.”

Please share your experiences with us too. What hotels have you stayed at? Which one impressed you the most?

Preview photo credit verenevg / pikabu