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Bizarre Hotels and Why You Should Visit Them

Thursday, October 18th, 2012

Looking for a hotel for an unusual holiday experience? From the height of luxury to the extremely unique, these hotels merit being on your list!

Marina Bay Sands Hotel - Singapore

B&B Antico Monastero, Anacapri, Italy – An escape in a majestic setting, rising out of the sea, separated from the rest of Capri, B&B Antico Monastero is housed in a monk’s old cell. The former monastery is a maze of corridors and stairs leading to pretty courtyards. The terrace, overlooking the Bay of Naples is carved out of the castle walls. This is a historically rich B&B, a quiet and peaceful place where you go for spectacular views in an unusual setting.

La Residence Phou Vao, Luang Prabang, Laos -Luang Prabang is a World Heritage site for its temples and preservation. Topping Phou Vao Hill, this remote hotel with unusual accommodation is elegant and serene, boasting a view across the Mekong valley to the sacred mountain. The infinity pool overlooks the natural green valley and its temples, and each room also has wonderful views. This is an Orient Express hotel on the luxurious train’s Marvels of Asia itinerary from Bangkok. Take the hotel boat for discovering locations on the Mekong River including the Buddha caves or a jungle trek up the Nam Khan for an unforgettable experience.

Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur, India – In the height of luxury, on Lake Pichola, an atmosphere of royal palaces surrounds you. Rooms with marble bathrooms, semi-private pools and suites with their own private pools await you. The hotel enjoys a view of the City Palace and has exquisite interior architecture including domes and hand-painted frescoes. You arrive at the hotel by boat across the lake. Indulgence in old-fashioned luxuries includes a personal butler! The hotel has received the Travel and Leisure Readers’ World’s Best Awards over several years, ranking number one in Asia and fourth in the world in 2012.

Art Hotel Atelier sul Mare, Castel di Tusa, Italy – This is a very unusual hotel, where you stay in a museum of modern art and become part of the living artwork! Twenty of its forty bedrooms are unique Art Rooms – pieces of art – by international contemporary artists such as Vincenzo Consolo and Antonio Presti (the creator of the hotel and nearby Fiumara d’Arte open air sculpture park).

Marina Bay Sands Singapore Hotel – Situated on the Marina Bay waterfront, this 200m high, three towered hotel provides 360° panoramic views of Singapore from the 340m long Sands Sky Park’s gardens, 146m infinity swimming pool, and the biggest public cantilevered observation platform in the world topping the hotel. The hotel is actually a 20 hectare resort topped by a 3900 people capacity terrace. The hotel/resort includes the Shoppes mall with sampan rides on the canal running through, two theatres, the lotus-shaped ArtScience Museum, seven restaurants, ice-skating rink, two floating Crystal Pavilions and the largest atrium casino in the world.

Hotels in Ischia

Hotel Villa San Felice - Room Hotel Villa San Felice
Average Price: €68.00
Average Rating: 8.6

Hotel Canasta - RoomHotel Canasta
Average Price: €90.00
Average Rating: 9.1

Hotel La Palma - RoomHotel La Palma
Average Price: € 145.00
Average Rating: 8.7

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Tiffany's hobbies include swimming, yoga, traveling and watching far too much TV. She likes having her picture taken with various exotic animals.

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