Unusual Hotels from Around the World Worth Checking-In To

Tired of staying in run-of-the-mill accommodations? Luckily there are a number of unusual Airbnb rentals, hotels, and inns that will add to the fascinating experiences you can have on your trips. From a bookworm’s haven to a room with an underwater view, here are some of the far from usual places to stay when traveling.

Book and Bed Tokyo (Tokyo, Japan)
Book and Bed Tokyo combines the affordable and minimalist small rooms of capsule hotels and the amenities of a bookstore. You can snuggle into your little space behind the shelves and read to your heart’s content.

Inntel Hotels Amsterdam Zaandam (Zaandam, Netherlands)
It is not every day that you get to stay in a hotel built by stacking houses. The Inntel Hotels Amsterdam Zaandam features an eye-catching and a fascinating interior that showcases the colors traditionally used in the region.

The Manta Resort (Pemba Island, Tanzania)
The Manta Resort is an idyllic getaway. Located on a remote island, it boasts of beautiful and unspoiled scenery. The resort’s Underwater Room offers a great view of what lies beneath the pristine waters — a stunning display of marine life.

Palacio de Sal (Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia)
Imagine spending time at a posh hotel made of salt in the middle of the desert. Palacio de Sal is a luxurious place built using salt from the famous salt flats of Salar de Uyuni. Some of its furniture is likewise made with the same material making it a place that truly pays homage to its unique and beautiful surroundings.