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Do you fancy staying in a hotel room underwater or at the bottom of the sea? Or sleep in a bed that looks like it is suspended in mid-air or in a room made of ice? Well, you’re able to cut that off your bucket list because there are many amazing hotels in the world that can offer you such an experience.

Let's explore top 20 strangest hotels in the world:

20. Eden Motel Taiwan – Famous For The Batman Themed Suite

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When making a themed room, Eden Motel certainly goes all out. The best example is their famous Batman suite with a mind-blowing level of detail and amazing design.

19. The Cubehouse – Cuboid House With No Straight Corners

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Slightly confusing and definitely very unusual, The Cubehouse must have required a lot of custom furniture but looks surprisingly homely and welcoming inside.

18. Amazon Jungle Palace – Floating Luxury Hotel On Amazon River

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If you’re committed to reducing your carbon footprint while traveling, Amazon Jungle Palace is a place for you. This unusual floating hotel uses state of the art technology to ensure sustainable tourism.

17. Hotel Unique, Sao Paulo Brazil

In the heart of the upscale district of Jardins in São Paulo, Hotel Unique stands out amidst the sky with its sculptural architecture.

16. Attrap’ Reves Hotel, France

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Atrrap’ Reves Hotels in France are actually habitable and eco-friendly plastic bubble domes built using recyclable materials to create interactivity with nature.

15. Hotel Jested – Futuristic Tower That Became Czech Cultural Monument

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Is it a hotel or is it a time machine straight out of a science fiction film? Could easily be the latter, since Hotel Jested offers both retro and future-forward rooms.

14. Hotel Punta Grande – Miniature Hotel On A Remote Volcanic Island

If all you need is peace and quiet, check out Hotel Punta Grande. Located far from the only town on the remote island of El Hierro, it’s certainly not marred with hordes of tourists.

13.One by the Five, France

The clever design of this one guestroom at One by the Five, creates the illusion that the bed is levitating. The bed is attached to the wall but not to the floor. Don’t fall off.

12. La Balade Des Gnomes – Tales And Legends Hotel With A Giant Trojan Horse

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Ever wondered what it would be like to hide in the Trojan horse? At La Balade Des Gnomes, you can stay in one! The other crazy rooms include a pirate boat, Moroccan desert night, and the Moon.

11. Ship In The Ice – Ice-Bound Ship In Arctic Norway

The one hundred years old Ship In The Ice will make you feel like you’re a daring traveler on the polar expedition. Except without all the hardship and danger and with an added joy of husky sledding and five-course meals.

10. IceHotel, Sweden

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A hotel made of ice that is reconstructed ever winter. Using frozen water from the Torne River, this is a real refreshing treat!

9. Das Parkhotel, Germany

Want to stay in a barrel? The rooms at Das Parkhotel will be perfect for that. Because the rooms are round, the beds are held by an ergonomic slatted frame.

8. Houshi Onsen – Traditional Japanese Inn Dating Back To 19th Century

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Houshi Onsen is a stunning wooden ryokan (Japanese inn) that was built in 1875 at the source of a hot spring. Furnished in traditional Japanese style, it feels like stepping back in time.

7. Museumotel – 1960s Psychedelic Vision Of The Future

These bizarre concrete houses are the 1960s vision for future homes: cheap, functional, and aesthetic. But arguably, Museumotel with its psychedelic 50s and 60s inspired interiors is more of a throwback to the past.

6. Dog Bark Park Inn, Idaho USA

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This bed & breakfast guesthouse is inside the World’s Biggest Beagle. Guests can enter the body of the dog from a private second storey deck.

Dennis and Frances had been carving wooden dogs for many years before they decided to create their biggest artwork – Dog Bark Park Inn. This giant wooden beagle holds a comfortable suite and, unsurprisingly, is decorated with dozens of dog-related items.

5. The Boot – Fairytale Accommodation In A Giant Shoe

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The Boot in New Zealand looks like taken straight out of a nursery rhyme. Everything about it is cozy, welcoming, and sweet.

4. Henn-Na Hotel – Japanese Hotel Staffed With Talking Robots

If you want to get a glimpse of the future on your holiday, Japan is certainly the right destination. At Henn-Na Hotel, you’ll be served by robots and you’ll open your room with facial recognition instead of a conventional key card.

3. V8 Hotel, Germany

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Automotive lovers can take their hobby to the next level at the V8 Hotel in Germany. The hotel has 10 theme-based rooms.

2. The Sala Silvermine Hotel, Sweden

The world’s deepest hotel room. Another place to get away from work and technology, this suite is also deep underground and keep at a constant 18 degrees Celcius.

1. Spitbank Hotel – Military Sea Fort Turned Into A Boutique Hotel

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From arriving by helicopter to the hyper-luxurious interiors, everything about this former sea fort feels like a spy movie. Spitbank Hotel is really pushing the limits of architecture makeovers with its insanely indulgent revamp.

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