Today in things that only happen to others and please let it be this way…
Guy got locked out of his hotel room while trying to leave his dirty dishes outside… naked! And had to walk down to the reception for help…
The luxury, five star, Conrad Maldives Rangali Island is an extravagant resort that spans two private islands and consists of 50 water villas, 79 beach bungalows and 21 spa villas. However, the most spectacular feature of the retreat is the underwater, glass restaurant that can also be converted into a suite serving dinner and breakfast in bed. The Conrad Maldives Rangali Island has twice won the “Best Hotel in the World” award and is the ultimate dream destination.
Located in an arts park near Antwerp, Belgium, this bizarrely designed hotel is actually a popular tourist attraction. Shaped like a human gut, the creation is by artist, Joep Van Lieshout and is called, “artwork to live in”. Although it all looks rather odd from the outside, travellers come for the experience of it and a room at the hotel costs £96 pounds a night ($154) and includes breakfast and entry to the sculpture park.
Luxurious hotel Monastero Santa Rosa is located on the top of the cliff in the XVII century building that once belonged to a monastery. This splendid place in the little town of Conca dei Marini, Italy, became a perfect option for those who seek for a quiet vacation among beautiful landscapes. The hotel has 20 rooms, spa baths and the infinity pool. The prices of an overnight stay start from $675.
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.
Aqua Expeditions is an astonishing floating five-star hotel cruising along the Amazon. The project was created by Peruvian architect Jordi Puig and is currently the only cruise in the region which fully complies with the world’s lux standards. The hotel has 12 suites about 260 sq. ft. each, with panoramic windows offering picturesque views of Amazon landscapes.
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?
The Ice Hotel is built each year near Quebec City in Canada. It takes about a month and a half to build it. 60 workers, 15,000 tons of snow, 500,000 tons of ice and $350,000 help to make it real.
Hotel de Glace has about 80 beds, all made of ice. Only the bathrooms are heated. They are located in a separate insulated structure. Tourists pay about $200 per night to stay here.