14 Amazing Hotels From Around The World You Surely Need To Visit Once

A perfect hotel can either make you or break you! The worst hotel can give you a lifelong unforgettable experience, but the best hotel can give you lifelong cherishable memories! For us, memories are important and so are these hotels. Have a look at some of the most amazing hotels from around the world.


1. Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort, Finland

Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort is one of the cleanest, brightest and most romantic places, where you can choose to stay in a glass-like igloo, or the snow igloo. There are various activities at this arctic resort which include skiing, reindeer safari and more.


2. Jules Undersea Lodge, Florida

Jules Undersea Lodge is an underwater hotel in Key Largo. The hotel is 30 feet deep inside the ocean and the guests have scuba dive to get to their rooms.


3. Grand Canyon Caverns Suite, Arizona

Grand Canyon Caverns Suite offers unique lodging as well as cavern tours for the visitors. At 220 feet deep, this hotel lacks sunlight. Each room has three beds and a separate living room with a separate music system, pull-out sofa, bathroom designed in French architecture and a library filled with books from the 1800s.


4. Manta Resort, Tanzania

Imagine yourself watching the corrals right in front of you with yourself encapsulated in a turquoise blue bubble. Underwater accommodation seems to have become a trend, and if you are one among the lovers, Manta Resort will leave you with unforgettable experiences.


5. Tree Hotel, Sweden

Tree hotel is a stunning new concept of a tree house hotel near the small village of Harads, North Sweden. Tree hotel is has five rooms above the ground. Each room has a separate bird’s nest as well as a UFO-type look and feel. Sauna facility is available for the check-in groups.


 6. Panda Inn, China

For all those who loves pandas, Panda Inn is a themed hotel in China where hotel staff dress up as pandas ready to greet you and bring you to the room. All the 31 rooms have different panda themes.


7. Attrap’ Réves, Bubble Hotel, France

Surrounded by pines trees, this seasonal lodging gives you a nature-trip experience without leaving the comfort of your air conditioned room with a private bathroom. The bubbles allow privacy as well as give them a see through sleeping experience.


 8. Äscher Cliff, Switzerland

Äscher Cliff offers a spectacular view of a fascinating hiking area. More than a luxury restaurant, this hotel is built right into an Ebenalp cliff. You can relax in the hotel and watch people trekking to the northern Alps.


9. Giraffe Manor, Kenya

Giraffe Manor is owned and run by Safari Collection, which offers you the feeling of a safari in the hotel itself. Giraffes belonging to the conservation will join you for breakfast, lunch and dinner! You can enjoy spending time with this animal.


10. Ice Hotel, Jukkasjarvi, Sweden

This surely needs to be on your bucket list, if you ever dreamed of sleeping on a bed made of ice and live in a cold art installation. Previously, Ice Hotel provided accommodation only for one season in a year but now it offers warm accommodations too.


11. Dedon Island Resort, Philippines

Dedon Island Resort is idyllic barefoot luxury. This small villa resort is located in a coconut grove beside beautiful beach. Most of the guests who visited this place named Dedon Island Resort as ‘Paradise lost and found’.


12. Katikies Hotel, Greece

Katikies Hotel is located in Santorini that meets the expectation of the most discerning guests. From the moment one approaches the cozy accommodations, one never wants to leave the inn.


13. Cocoa Island Resort, Maldives

Cocoa Island Resort floats as a cluster of 33 over-water suites with two private diving reefs to explore and there is a separate place for spa too. To reach the resort, you just need to take a 40-minute speedboat from the archipelago’s main airport.


14. Hotel Marques de Riscal, Spain

This luxury hotel is situated in the heart of Spanish wine country in the medieval town of Elciego. The property is designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry and is famous for its Basque-Riojan cuisine. The view from the rooftop library lounge is unbelievable!


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