The Jumbo Hostel is a hotel located inside a decommissioned Boeing 747. It is located at Arlanda Airport near Stockholm, Sweden. The jetliner was fully sanitized and its interior and decorations were conversed to comply with the standard building demands. The hotel has 27 rooms, a “cockpit suite” and a café.
Despite the sky-high prices for land and realty there are still desolate buildings in Japan. This motel had been built in 1973 and was closed and abandoned in 1997. Separate stairs lead from the hall to each of the ten rooms and the interior is very similar to the “love-motels” where you can book a room for two for just a couple of hours.
Jade Mountain resort at the Caribbean island St. Lucia is a breathtaking place, which provides an astonishing view upon mountainous shore and blue ocean waves. There is an infinity pool with stone pillars in every room, so the stunning place merges organically with the scenic landscape around. The price tag ranges from $950 to $2700 per night.
The Sphinx Observatory in Jungfraujoch, Switzerland could be the perfect place to establish a solitary mage tower. It is located on the mountain top 3571 m (11,716 ft.) high with an elevator drilled within a mountain. Its observation deck is open to public, so if you're in Switzerland one day, don't miss you chance to visit it.
In the Indian city of Cherrapunji, Meghalaya sits these astonishing root trees that the War-Khasis tribe has been cultivating for centuries. These literal bridges are made from the Ficus Elastica rubber tree, which is able to grow roots above ground. Each bridge takes from 10-15 years to grow and some are over 500 years old.
Located on the Indonesian island of Bali, this luxurious resort sits nestled on a ridge overlooking the lush Petanu River. From between $500 to $1,500 a night you can enjoy the gorgeous views, beautiful grounds, infinity pool, on-site masseuse, gym, various hot tubs and if you want to avoid the 45 minute drive you can arrive by helicopter on the resorts very own helicopter pad. Why not splurge on this immersive experience?