Proof the trend for alternative places to stay is on the rise around the world
When it comes to accommodation while travelling, not everyone is content to stay in a hotel or hostel. For those seeking something a little different, here are ten of the quirkiest and most unusual places to stay that we have come across around the world.
You'd certainly have an amazing view if you stayed in a tent suspended in the woods at Cotes d'Armor in Brittany.
The Arctic Snow Hotel in Lapland has rooms made of ice and snow and a snow sauna.
This cave hotel, Masseria Torre Coccaro, in Puglia is the height of luxury.
These en-suite bedroom tents are set around a tiny private oasis in the Sahara Desert in Tunisia.
Daring travellers will love the dark fairytale vibe of the Crazy House Hotel in Dalat.
This unique tree-house resort for adults is set in an enchanted coastal rainforest on Vancouver Island in British Columbia.
Why not camp in the Wigwam Village in Holbrook on Route 66 in Arizona.
You'd never tire of looking at Marques de Riscal Bodega, a striking hotel designed by Frank Gehry, near La Rioja.
Travelling business people in Japan who don't require the services offered by more conventional hotels love staying in inexpensive pods at capsule hotels, such as this one in Tokyo.
You will be able to sleep under the stars in this bubble tent in Morbihan in Brittany.
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