Top 5 Most Bizarre Hotels

Top 5 Most Bizarre Hotels

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 Library Hotel

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#3 – The Library Hotel, New York

Another bizarre hotel on the Sundance Vacations list will inspire your inner Scott Fitzgerald. The Library Hotel in New York City draws its inspiration from the Dewey Decimal System, the popular library classification scheme. Each of the guestroom floors is dedicated to one of the 10 categories of the system. The rooms correspond and are devoted to the subcategory of their floor. A room on the seventh floor, for example, one room is dedicated to the Fine Arts, is dedicated to Music while another is dedicated to Photography. Guests at The Library Hotel have access to a collection of over 6,000 books. The 14th floor is home to the Writer’s Den and Poetry Garden with amazing views of New York City by day and great cocktails at the Bookmarks Lounge by night.

Dog Bark Park Inn

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#4 – Dog Bark Park Inn, Idaho

Also making the ranks of Sundance Vacations’ collection of peculiar hotels is the Dog Bark Park Inn. Located in Cottonwood, Idaho, the Inn is home to the ‘’world’s biggest beagle’’. That’s right, beagle as in the dog. The hotel is comprised of Sweet Willy, a two story beagle and his 12-foot tall companion, Toby. Dennis and Frances, a married couple who are chainsaw artists and own the Inn, created the structures.  Dog Bark Park Inn pays tribute to classic American roadside architecture prevalent in the early days of road trip vacations. In addition to the main attraction of Sweet Willy, there are over 60 different carvings representing various breeds of dogs.

Hilton Maldives Resort

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#5 – Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, Maldives

Last but not least, topping off the Sundance Vacations list is a unique hotel located on two private islands, attached by a bridge, across a beautiful lagoon. The lagoon features miles of white-sandy beaches, surrounded by exotic coral reef. The Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, Maldives is of special interest due to its bizarre location. From the comfort of the rooms, fish and other sea life can be seen passing by in a truly surreal setting. The resort also features inspired experiences, from navigating the aquatic gardens, to swimming with whale sharks. When you’re done soaking up the sun, enjoy one of the 12 award-winning restaurants and bars. If you need to take a day to relax, the resort also includes a spa with glass-floored treatment rooms.

If you love to travel, but often feel underwhelmed by the average hotel stay, then check out some of these bizarre hotels. With a reservation at one of these locations, you will be sure to have an amazing and memorable vacation experience. Whether your stay includes sleeping in a 2 story dog in Idaho, embracing sustainability in the Yucatán, or being waited on by a staff of robots in Japan, these are truly some of the most bizarre and unique stays a traveler could ask for.