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Published on: 13 Oct 2016 by jessicastone

10 Most Creative Hotels in Europe you have to see to Believe

Creativity
has taken the hotel business in the world by a storm. There is always
an amazing hotel coming up somewhere. Europe is one of such places
where hotels would make you want to pack and leave for a vacation
immediately. In this article, we take a look at the ten most creative
hotels found in Europe, that until you see them, you cannot believe
they exist. If you want to check more interesting and creative hotels - feel free to check www.hotelyouwant.com


Giant
Wine Barrel Rooms


Yes!
You read that right. In Germany, there are five such giant wine
barrels that are used as rooms. The rooms are located in a village
called Sasbachwalden which offers a great view of the landscape. Each
of the rooms gets their name form the kind of wine stored in it long
before the conversion. The rooms are spacious enough for two beds, a
bathroom with a rocky garden in the backyard. How would you like
that?


Hayema
Heerd


The
Hayema Heerd is another breath taking hotel found in Oldehove,
Netherlands. This traditional hotel is nothing you can ever imagine.
It offers options of accommodations for customers to choose from. One
could go for the straw igloo that has glass panels, awesome for
watching the stars at night. There is a castle filled with straws or
a hayloft straw bed using cow skins as carpet.


Hotel
Burg Oberranna


If you
are planning for a vacation inAustria, be sure to visit the Hotel
Burg Oberranna. It is a luxury hotel that sprung up as a result of
the conversion of the Fortress of Oberranna, a castle built in the
12th
century. The idea behind this creative hotel was to relive the old
days. Found in the Wachau valley, the hotel offers guests an
experience of their lifetime. Touring the surrounding areas can be
done on foot or horse backs.


Chateau
de Bagnols


Old is
gold or so goes the famous phrase. You will agree more when you see
the Chateau de Bagnols found in France. Have you seen the historic
buildings in movies or read about, with towers and turrets? Well,
this is one such building. An experience here will feel vintage after
it was converted into a hotel. To bring out the exact antique touch,
the castle has some areas well maintained with the 13th
and 15th-century
style decorations. The hotel is simply unique.


Spitbank
Fort Sea Hotel


Have
you read the history about three forts built back in the 18th
century off the Victorian Coast? If you have not, do not worry. The
Spitbank Fort Sea Hotel is one of the forts. After a series of
renovations and rehabilitation, the fort was converted into an
amazing boutique hotel off the shores. Spectacular view of the
waters, the Commodore rooms, and the Admiral suits to mention a few
are the great features to make you want to go to England for
vacation. At night, bonfires are lit with a great view of the stars.


Caravan
Hotels


In
Cornwell, England, creativity in hotels has gone to a new level.
Caravans are known to be used as transport means in the ancient
England. To ensure that such memories do not rot away in the pits of
history, such caravans, railway wagons used in the 1940s, and cabins
are converted into guest rooms. They are made of polished woods
creating a cosy interior. You will be spending your days on wheels
without moving. Tasting the tradition of England sounds amazing.


Sala
Silver mine Hotel


In one
of the well maintained and renovated silver mines in the world is a
luxury hotel. Ideally, this hotel is situated underground, about 509
feet below the surface, in Sweden. The beautiful lights projected on
the rocky walls is unique and interesting. This unbelievable hotel
has a dining area, a theatre, and a museum to name a few.


Utter
Inn


When
you think that you have seen all the creativity there can be in
hotels, you learn about the Utter Inn, and you know that you only
know a little. The Swedish artist Mikael Genberg designed this hotel
under the water, in the middle of the lake, with the entrance looking
like a small Swedish house. This unusual and very peaceful hotel
gives you the view of the swimming fish past the window.


Romania
Ice Hotel


Another
creative hotel, found in Romania is the ice hotel. It is a hotel that
is built out of massive ice, with the interior made of ice, including
the beds! How can you sleep on ice? I know how crazy that sounds but
it is made possible in Romania. Multiple mattresses with fur are all
you will need to stay warm through the night in this unique hotel.
The means of transport to this hotel is the cable car only.


Propeller
Island City Lodge


In
Berlin, Lars Stroschen, an artist designed an integration of a museum
and a hotel to create the creative Propeller Island City Lodge. The
hotel features 30 unique rooms from the simplest to the most complex
rooms you could never think of. The rooms include a padded cell, one
with beds in lion cages, a room with angled mirror giving numerous
images, and an astounding crypt room that uses coffins as beds.

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