17 World’s Weirdest Hotel Rooms

We collected 17 World’s weirdest hotel rooms from a news site. These hotel rooms are really weird and wonderful. Checkout these World’s Weirdest Hotel Rooms and share with your friends :)

1. YOTEL Heathrow Airport, London

At London’s Heathrow airport you’ll find Yotel, one of the smallest hotels in the world and located near terminal 4. The rooms are close to the check-in counter and house all the mod cons like flat screen televisions, wireless internet and 24 hour room service. The only downside is that the rooms are small. Really small. 7 square metres small. You can book a room for a few hours or a few nights from just 25 pounds.

2. PROPELLER ISLAND CITY LODGE Berlin, Germany

PROPELLER ISLAND CITY LODGE Berlin, Germany

The Flying Bed room has a slanted floor, which makes grandma’s bed seem to fly. The wardrobe comes out of the wall, table and chair are straight, and the bathroom is made of natural stone and eggplant-coloured slate.

3. PROPELLER ISLAND CITY LODGE Berlin, Germany

PROPELLER ISLAND CITY LODGE Berlin, Germany

The Mirror Room is one of City Lodge’s highlights. The diamand-shaped room is completely laid out with mirrors and gives you the impression of living in a kaleidoscope.

4. THE FOLD UP HOTEL Eindhoven, The Netherlands

THE FOLD UP HOTEL Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Launching in 2009, these folding hotel rooms are designed by Hubert von Heijden, and can be rented to organisations that want to use the rooms for guests, staff or festival-employees.

5. PROPELLER ISLAND CITY LODGE Berlin, Germany

PROPELLER ISLAND CITY LODGE Berlin, Germany

Each room at Propeller Island is distinct, and guests can reserve specific rooms according to their own preferences. If you’re of a gothic mindset, try reserving the Gruft room, which comes complete with coffins that double as beds.

6. PROPELLER ISLAND CITY LODGE Berlin, Germany

PROPELLER ISLAND CITY LODGE Berlin, Germany

The Symbol Room is created entirely from square wooden plates in black and white. There are 300 plates altogether, and they are designed to make you think. This room is part of the artist’s private area and it is available as photo/video location.

7. PROPELLER ISLAND CITY LODGE Berlin, Germany

PROPELLER ISLAND CITY LODGE Berlin, Germany

The City Lodge all began with the Castle Room. Guests sleep in the midst of a gigantic, colourful wooden fortress, between dwellings harbouring a wardrobe and a desk. The meadow around the knight’s helmet also has a miniature golf course in it.

8. ARTE LUISE KUNSTHOTEL Berlin, Germany

ARTE LUISE KUNSTHOTEL Berlin, Germany

This room is known as Mammels Traum (Mammel’s Dream), and is meant to portray the artist’s grandparent’s gigantic oak bed through his three year old eyes.

9. ARTE LUISE KUNSTHOTEL Berlin, Germany

ARTE LUISE KUNSTHOTEL Berlin, Germany

The Arte Luise Kunsthotel (or Art Hotel) has a variety of unique, artist-inspired rooms – and each time someone stays in one of these creative rooms the artist gets a percentage of the payment. This room is the Unter dem roten Pferd – or, Beneath the Red Horse.

10. HOTEL FOX Central Copenhagen, Denmark

HOTEL FOX Central Copenhagen, Denmark

Hotel Fox has 61 rooms designed by 21 different artists, and one of them is Room 209 – North vs. south. It was designed by Manuel, who says the room “is about chance. I’m deeply impressed by the influence of chance on our lives and what we make of it. Tell me a story about spirits of the Black Forest and Amazonia. I am a small animal finding my way. Trees are like chess pieces. Rocks are dice. Life is a game of chance.”

11. DASPARK HOTEL Linz, Austria

DASPARK HOTEL Linz, Austria

Daspark Hotel offers tiny rooms made from 10-ton segments of drainage pipes, making this one of the smallest hotels in the world. In a prime riverside location, bathrooms are shared but the cost is contestable – guests get to pay whatever they want.

12. ST CHRISTOPHER’S AT THE WINSTON Amsterdam, The Netherlands

ST CHRISTOPHER'S AT THE WINSTON Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Close to the heart of Amsterdam lies St Christopher’s at the Winston, a unique art hotel and budget hostel rooms. But budget here doesn’t mean basic, as all of their 30 rooms have been decorated by local artists, like Room 201 – trippy is an understatement.

13. ARTE LUISE KUNSTHOTEL Berlin, Germany

ARTE LUISE KUNSTHOTEL Berlin, Germany

The Comic Room is pretty self explanatory – every corner and angle is outlined with a thin, hand-drawn, black line – whether on the ceiling, on the bed, or around a plug. The result is a dollhouse-like, comic book room with papaya green walls, a sunny yellow rug, a lilac bed, a pink cupboard, and graphics and decorations by the artist (Khel) complete the design.

14. SAND HOTEL Weymouth Beach, Dorset

SAND HOTEL Weymouth Beach, Dorset

The world’s first sand hotel was constructed in 2008 on this English beach, weighing 1000 tonnes and costing just $21 a night. Home to twin and double bedrooms with an unobstructed view of the night sky, the only downside is that there are no toilet facilities…and it only lasts till it rains. The hotel is remade every year.

15. ARTE LUISE KUNSTHOTEL Berlin, Germany 4

ARTE LUISE KUNSTHOTEL Berlin, Germany

The Bochum Room is created by Christoph Platz, representing life’s “outer shell”. Everyday objects are carved in limewood and scattered around the room to symbolize travel; clothes, utensils, and souvenirs for home.

16. NULL STERN HOTEL Teufen, Appenzellerland Switzerland

NULL STERN HOTEL Teufen, Appenzellerland Switzerland

The brainchild of Swiss artists Frank and Patrik Riklin, the catchphrase for Null Stern is ‘The only star is you’ – suitable, considering it’s the world’s first zero-star hotel. Built in a Cold War bunker, there are no windows, bathrooms are shared, the lounge spot is shared, and there are two large rooms allowing 14 people to sleep there.

17. HOTEL DES ARTS San Francisco, California

HOTEL DES ARTS San Francisco, California

The Hotel des Arts has several painted rooms like this one, which can only be booked by calling the hotel directly. We are still trying to figure out what this one, painted by an artist known as ‘Buff Monster’, is all about…

Source: dailytelegraph.com.au

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