A Unique Sleep

Finding unique and unusual places to visit make traveling to new destinations even more exciting. The experience itself is enhanced when you stay in a truly magical lodging location, especially one with fabulous accommodations. For Travel Tuesday we want you to stay at some of these hotels we’re about to throw at you. They’re strange, unusual and wacky. Don’t let the adjectives divert you away from booking with a hotel that may be the highlight of your vacation.

Ice Hotel, Jukkasjarvi, Sweden


You can choose to stay at Ice Hotel in either summer or winter and experience the shape shifting hotel and Sweden’s outdoor activities. The hotel is made of snow and ice and you sleep on ice beds in thermal sleeping bags. Maybe you want to visit but don’t want to sleep here? They have wedding packages which will make for a truly unique destination wedding.

Palacio de Sal, Uyuni, Bolivia


We’re taking you from a hotel made from ice to a hotel made from salt at Palacio de Sal. Located on the world’s largest salt flat in Salar de Uyuni, the hotel has 16 rooms, meals prepared with the basis of salt and game rooms. With an entire hotel made of salt, yes that means tables, chairs, walls and beds, you’re going to get a truly memorable experience.

Out ‘N’ About Treehouse Treesort, Takilma, Oregon


This Treesort puts a new spin on the term glamping. Located next to Siskiyou National Park, the treesort sits on 36 acres of pasture and woods that include stables for horse back riding, ziplines and a calm environment. It’s essentially a bed and breakfast in the trees and there’s no online booking.

Marmara Antalya, Turkey


The world’s first revolving hotel, yes you read that right, looks over the Mediterranean Sea, Taurus Mountains and the city of Antalya. Marmara Antalya‘s 24 room loft gives guests new views of all of the sights as well as access to their rotating pool. The stunning landscape and cliffs leading to the sea lets you experience a stay that is unlike any other.

21C Museum Hotel, Louisville, Kentucky


This museum hotel is a fabulous location for art lovers. Featuring works by Chuck Close and Sam Taylor Wood, the 90 room boutique hotel is also a modern art museum equipped with world class dining and a place for you to get married. They have a full service spa and fitness activities for guests looking to do something other than experience art.

We want to book with one of these fantastic hotels and explore other locations around the world. Get out of your comfort zone and stay somewhere that will have you two reveling in the experience well after the honeymoon.

Happy Planning,