June 15, 2011

*I*NTERESTING HOTELS ...

Dear readers, I am participating in Ruby Tuesday, Rednesday and Alphabe-Thursday where ‘I’ IS FOR *I*NTERESTING HOTELS! VERY *I*NTERESTING HOTELS! Decided where to spend your Summer vacation yet? Fed up with the usual bland hotel that could be in anywheresville? How would you like something a bit different – unique, even, and certainly *I*nteresting! How about one of these:
1. 'Hotel Mercedes', Germany (above)
2. Ice Hotel, Quebec (below) 3. Beckham (No! Not that one!) Creek Cave Haven, Arkansas 4. Ariau Towers, Brazil 5.Propeller Island City Lodge, Berlin 6. Library Hotel, Quebec 7. Igloo Hotel, Iceland And a couple more:
ANY OF THESE HOTELS GRAB YOU? KNOW OF ANY OTHER UNUSUAL *I*NTERESTING ONES?
Do tell me! And do check out other Alphabe-Thursday posts @
Jenny Matlock!
And, finally, thank you to all my dear readers who visited or commented.
Have a great weekend!
Enjoy!
XOXO LOLA:)

36 comments:

Heavenly Housewife said...

Actually I recently stayed at the oddest hotel. I don't reccoend it, but it was most certainly an experience:
http://www.yotel.com/en/Hotels/London%20Heathrow/Sleep.aspx
It was kind of like a luxury coffin. :P
*kisses* HH

Personalized Sketches and Sentiments said...

Oh! I'd love to stay at one of the igloo ones or the one in Creek Cave or Ariau Towers, in Brazil...

Blessings & Aloha!

criticalcrass said...

i love the library one. and the cars! and the igloos! those look cool!

H said...

I was thinking I'd prefer the ice hotel in Quebec... until I saw the igloos in Iceland!! (But the library hotel in Quebec also has a strong appeal!)

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

Hmmm..the Cave Creek one looks interesting..

Tracey said...

I'd like the Hotel LIbrary.. that would be great!! I love books.. or sleeping in a car..how fun would that be?? !! Great post and I love all the hotels you chose! Have a great week!!

☆☆Mumsy said...

Interesting, very interesting indeed. The car ones would be my boys' dream bedrooms :-)

JDaniel4's Mom said...

I have always wanted to stay in the caboose hotel in PA. These look like interesting rooms.

Jenny said...

I love funky places to stay. I've stayed in a teepee one before here in Arizona and a railroad car in New Mexico.

It would be so interesting to travel to a lot of those other ones!

Thanks for a fun link this week.

A+

Melody said...

OMG! My Hubby woukd love any of the
car ones. I like the Cave one. Here in Cincinnati, Ohio we have a hotel that is decorated in different themes....Safari, Auto....one even has a martni glass hottub.

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Nora and Lola,

Thanks for sharing all the fun Hotels and have always thought it would be fun to sleep in the Ice Hotel.
Hope that you are having a great week.
Still looking forward to reading your book, seem to have been busy lately.

Hugs
Carolyn

Mama Zen said...

These are pretty wild!

La said...

Wow! Wouldn't it be fun to stay at one of these amazing hotels?

Jamie said...

Couldn't resist hopping over here when I saw your title. What great finds! I'd love to the one in Brazil. What a fun post, thanks for sharing!

Tes said...

Oh wow, ice hotel and the cave one is really interesting! the benz bed looks comfy! Lola is simple adorable! :)

ellen b. said...

Very interesting indeed! Yikes!

Judie said...

The library one is the most interesting to me. I don't want to be too hot or too cold--but I love to read!!!!

bichonpawz said...

Oooohh! The ice ones would be WAY tooo cold!! We like the car...the first one...and the library one is kind of neat too! xoxo to Lola and you to Nora!!

EG Wow said...

Interesting indeed!

Ames said...

I think those are a little too weird for me. With the exception of the Library Hotel, I think I'll pass on the rest. Thanks for sharing. You just never know what's out there until you go looking eh?~Ames

Tricia said...

Wow - those are pretty amazing hotels. Not sure I could sleep in any of them :)
Blessings,
Tricia

LibrarySnake said...

Wow! Those are some interesting places.

http://carabossesbedchamber.blogspot.com/2011/06/alphabet-thursday_16.html

Keri said...

We have an odd hotel nearby in Dallas. Its called Hotel ZaZa and each room is a different theme - African, Asian, 70s, etc.

Life Moto said...

they are really interesting hotel. thanks for visit.

Judie said...

The Library Hotel in Quebec looks interesting, as long as all the books are not in French!

Splendid Little Stars said...

Oh these are most interesting! If I stayed in the one in Berlin, I would think I was in the Funny Farm!

Somewhere in the West US, you can stay in a firetower.

Vhen said...

interesting hotels! very unique...

visiting from RT!

have a great week..

here are my entries:

http://sashagaebrielle.blogspot.com/2011/06/little-big-club-concert-2010.html

http://everyday-is-a-new-day-vhen.blogspot.com/2011/06/swimming-sa-ilog.html

http://theothersideofme-vhen.blogspot.com/2011/06/jamaican.html

http://vlayugan.blogspot.com/2011/06/one-of-best-place-kids-should-go.html

http://point-shoot-vhen.blogspot.com/2011/06/365104.html

hope to see you there, thanks!

Liza said...

Interesting indeed.

My entries:
Moms...Check Nyo
Yummy-as-can-be

Ralph said...

I haven't decided which car offers the ost comfotrable bed - the MGB, the Mercedes 300S, or the red Cadillac. I'll have to go with the Caddy, as it is the only one in ruby. Sweet luxurious sleep!

Dianne said...

the igloo hotel looks interesting

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

Cool!!! All of them, except for the propeller room...that would be way to busy for me to even get relaxation in.

Winston on a blanket of Flowers is my Tuesday Link. Hope to see you visiting today.

~~Carol~~ said...

Well, I know for sure that I would not be able to fall asleep in that room in the Berlin hotel! I'm actually rather intrigued by the Ice Hotel, and the igloo one too. I can't get a good night's sleep when it's too warm, so maybe I'd sleep like a baby in one of those!
Happy REDnesday!
Carol

LV said...

What a great red feature. I enjoyed visiting and seeing these very different hotels. I am not that adventurous tho.

Kaye - SandwichINK for the Sandwich Generation said...

Wouldn't those be fun for special travel activities for grandparents and their grandchildren! :) Thanks for such an interesting Rednesday visit.

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Wow! Who knew there were so many unusual hotels! Did you find out if they are very expensive to stay in? I'm intrigued by a couple of them (but not the black and white one - I need color way too much).

Happy Rednesday,
Janelle

Barbara Rosenzweig said...

Wow! These are absolutely wild!!
Really enjoyed your post!
Barb