Awesome hotels around the world – Part I
If you are attracted of unique adventures and have no pretensions when it comes to accommodations, definitely a night (or more) in one of the hotels below will be great for you.
Ice Hotel (Sweden)
Made of over 6,000 square meters of ice and snow, is the largest – and most original – ice hotel in the world. Guests sleep in thermal sleeping bag on a special bed built of snow and ice, on reindeer skins. In the morning, a cup of hot lingonberry juice is brought to bed. After enjoying a good sleep on a bed of snow, morning snack should be a delight. With an average temperature of – 8 Celsius degrees, you can bring more blankets, or visit the Absolut Ice bar and drink some vodka to stay warm – in many ways.
Gamirasu cave hotel (Turkey)
Sleeping in a cave, according to Cave Hotel is surprisingly comfortable. Volcanic rock surrounding the cave kept at a comfortable temperature, between 17 and 20 degrees Celsius all year. The cave itself was a Byzantine monastic retreat, about 1,000 years old. Until recently, part of the site was used by Christian monks, and some cells were used as individual rooms.
Old Mount Prisons (Australia)
If you ever spent a night in jail you might not ever want to return there. However, the good-doers will not ever go there – Prison is where Australia will be closed all night, no legal fees and court presentation to the court. This old Mount Gambier prison was transformed into a place to stay for travelers on a budget. Since guests will be eating in the dining room and sleep next to a toilet, it’s obvious that whoever is not constrained by the budget should move away from prison.