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November 8th, 2014 by in World

 

 

Jumbohostel (Stockholm-Arlanda, Sweden)

One of the original decommissioned and repurposed airplanes, Jumbohostel at Arlanda Airport in Stockholm turns the large cabin (and cockpit!) of a 747 into a 27-room mini-resort and lounge.

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Kevin’s ’98 Honda Accord (Los Angeles, California)

Found yourself without a place to stay while visiting  Hollywood? Got an extra $15? Then you’re in luck, because this guy will let you sleep in his car.

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Yellow Submarine Hotel (Liverpool, England)

For the hardcore Beatles fan, now you too can live in a yellow submarine located at Albert Dock in Liverpool. The interior is decked out with Beatles paraphernalia collected by owner Alfie Bubbles.

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BaseCamp Bonn (Bonn, Germany)

Ever wonder what it would be like to stay in a trailer caravan, or a detached train sleeper car, a 16 person tour bus, or a couple psychedelic VW buses that are all parked inside of a warehouse in Germany? Of course you have, which is obviously why BaseCamp Hostel Bonn was created.

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Abali Gran Sultanato (Palermo, Italy)

1001 intense colors and wacky Arabian themes are the cornerstones of this B&B in Palermo. As an added bonus, apparently there are costumes in the rooms that match the decor and theme.

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Giraffe Manor (Kenya, Africa)

Oh yes, the Rothschild giraffes are real, and you will get to meet them at Giraffe Manor in Kenya. Be it on the sprawling 140 acre reserve, the front lawn, or peeking in from the second story window. You will meet them, and they will meet you.

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Nakagin Capsule Tower (Tokyo, Japan)

For $82 a night, you can stay at Capsule Tower in Tokyo which built in the ’70′s in the heart of the famous Ginza district. Sure, the rooms may be small and lacking in certain amenities like running showers, but reviewers say it’s all worth it for the “history.”

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Karostas Cietums (Karosta, Latvia)

I’m of the mind that if you don’t have to sign a waiver to stay somewhere, you’re not doing it right. And, for those of us who want to drop too much money to spend a night in an old (and surely haunted) Latvian prison while being treated like a prisoner, Karostas Cietums is there for us.

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The Atomium (Brussels, Belgium)

Originally designed for the 1958 World’s Fair, the Atomium is patterned after iron crystals viewed on the atomic level. Originally designed as living quarters, the building has become a discovery museum of sorts, and allows class field trips to spend the night inside it, doing science-y things.

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Kokopelli’s Cave Bed & Breakfast (Farmington, New Mexico)

This B&B near Mesa Verde National Monument comes with everything you’d expect from a bed and breakfast that happens also to be in a cave (except, of course, the batmobile).

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Kofftel (Lunzenau, Germany)

The self-proclaimed “world’s smallest hotel,” Kofftel wants you to know exactly how your clothes feel in your overstuffed suitcase by putting you, your stuff, your bunks, and a bathroom inside a small building shaped like a suitcase.

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Whitepod Hotel (Switzerland)

The “eco-luxury and Alpine experience,” Whitepod in Switzerland puts you inside a cutting edge geodesic dome-tent in the Alps, complete with woodburning stove. I’m not sure what sort of sorcery keeps the stove from igniting and/or melting the tent, nor am I sure that burning wood is the most eco-friendly way to heat a space, but I can say with certainty that any stay there would be an amazing one nonetheless.

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The Round Room in the Sky (London, England)

It’s a converted water tower in the middle of North Kensington, which is honestly the greatest idea I’ve ever heard. I bet the view up there is spectacular.

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1950′s Bristol Freighter Plane (Waitomo, New Zealand)

Seated in New Zealand’s Woodlyn Park (and minutes from the famous Waitomo Glow Worm Caves), this demilitarized freighter plane from 1950′s comes complete with two fully-equipped rooms. Bonus: Yes, that’s a habitable hobbit hole in the background.

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