We have all stayed in hotels and had both good and bad experiences but they were likely just a means to an end in terms of your actual vacation experience. Each day in countries around the world, more and more hotels and resorts open catering to the millions of tourists exploring cities and countries around the world. So how as a hotel do you stand out from the crowd? While the easy way to stand out would be to simply offer the best service in the area, a growing way to stand out is to be bigger, stranger, larger, deeper and more unique than every other hotel in the world and that is exactly what the following 3 hotels have done. In addition to providing stunning service, our next four hotel choices are unlike any you are likely to have stayed in before and provide an experience of their own. Bill Bailey Travel would like to present to you, 3 of the most extreme hotels in the world today.
Kokopelli’s Cave Bed & Breakfast
New Mexico and Colorado are famous for their ancient cliff dwellings which allow visitors to learn more about how the early residents of this hot and mountainous region once lived however, Kokopelli’s takes this history one step further. Imagine being able to stay in the cliffs themselves just like the ancient people long ago. Situated just north of Farmington New Mexico near one of New Mexico’s most historic regions, the Mesa Verde National Monument, visitors have a unique opportunity to do just that.
Jules’ Undersea Lodge
Many of us have dreamt of sleeping under the sea but until this little gem, it has never been possible. Once an underwater habitat for study, today, the habitat has been repurposed as the worlds first and only underwater hotel. Unlike other hotels, this one requires some skills to even enter. Located underwater some 21 feet below the surface in a mangrove lagoon in Florida, visitors must first learn how to dive at least a little in order to even get into the hotel but once you do, you are privy to an experience like none other.
The last on our list is a bit colder to say the least. An arctic resort located in Lapland Finland near the beautiful Urho Kekkonen National Park, this hotel lets you live in a unique accommodation. Glass igloos offer visitors the incredible opportunity to not only sleep in an “igloo” but enjoy the lovely and often stunning views offered in the arctic thanks to the Northern Lights. If you prefer, you can also choose a log cabin for a more “rustic” experience, this hotel also has recently opened a number of new four person cabins as well.
Hoteliers are a creative bunch each seeking to make your experience one you will remember and share with others. Make your hotel part of your vacation when you travel and enjoy a trip like no other.