Amazing and Quirky: a Night in an Igloo, a Suite on a Plane or a bed Behind Bars - Introduces the Most Unusual Hotels

Sunday, July 31, 2011

LONDON, August 1, 2011 -

Who would not be fascinated to spend a night in a prison cell without having had a run in with the law? How about peacefully sleeping the night in a passenger plane despite your fear of flying?, the free online hotel reservation service with more than 210,000 hotels worldwide is now featuring the most unusual hotels.  A standard single or double hotel room is not necessarily the only type of accommodation to guarantee a good night’s sleep.  High tech hotels, an igloo in sub-zero temperatures or a prison cell may prove just as comfortable!

Here is a sample of the quirkiest hotels from around the world, where you can experience something a little more unusual.

No air-conditioning but definitely not too hot

Heatwave and no air-conditioning? Guests at the Ice Hotel Canada in Sainte-Catherine-de-la-Jacques certainly do not have this problem. The hotel is almost completely constructed from ice and snow as its name suggests.  More than 15,000 tons of snow and 500 tons of frozen water were used to build the hotel. There are 36 cool rooms and themed suites to choose from. All the fixtures and fittings in the hotel, including sculptures, the bar and even the furniture, are made from ice and snow. Every year dozens of couples promise their vows in the hotel’s very own ice chapel. Ample blankets are provided to keep the frost out and ensure that guests stay cosy.  

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