Thursday, September 27, 2012

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5 Exotic and Amazing Hotels around the world

Just imagine being in your hotel room and looking outside the window and look that exotic fishes pass through, or having dinner while you look at spectacular views of reefs and marine life, or that the room is made of ice, or having breakfast and that a giraffe is staring at you, all of that can be done as there are hotels around the world that offer this kind of experiences.

When you travel, the place where you stay is important, but if the hotel where you stay is really spectacular that makes your trip more interesting and fantastic.
There are some hotels around the world that are unique and that have no comparison with a normal hotel, no matter the quality of the hotel. These hotels are exotic and amazing, and are unique because they located in uncommon places. Some of these hotels are the Elkep Evi Cave Hotel in Cappadocia, Turkey, the IceHotel in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden, the Jules Undersea Lodge in Florida, USA, the Conrad Hotels Resort in Rangali Island, Maldives and the Giraffe Manor Hotel in Kenya, and we will make a brief description about them.

Elkep Evi Cave Hotel

If you are looking for a description of this hotel, I think exotic fit perfectly. Located in Cappadocia, Turkey this hotel has all its rooms made in caves, really incredible, a complex of three 7-room cave hotel with a great view of Cappadocia. The Elkep Evi Cave Hotel gives you an exotic feeling during the day and the night with its natural beauty,  it is a very special Hotel where you will witness to the great harmony and the silence of nature.


This Incredible Hotel, located in the small town of Jukkasjärvi, Sweeden is made totally of Ice. Undoubtly is a unique experience. And it is an adventure to travel to this Hotel. One great thing about this hotel is that it changes every year. As when the winter starts the a team of snow builders, architects, designers and artists from all over the world gather in the little town of Jukkasjärvi far north of the Arctic Circle. Under the direction of the ICEHOTEL Art & Design Group, they create each year’s version of ICEHOTEL.

Jules Undersea Lodge

Jules Undersea Lodge is located in Key Largo, Florida, and is actually underwater. You have to dive 21 feet beneath the surface of the sea to get to the hotel. Scuba dving through the exotic mangrove environment of the Esmerald Lagoon and approaching the only marine resort is quite an encounter. Even from the outside, Jules' big 42 inches circular windows is an invitation to come in and stay a while, rest and get to know the marine world that so few of us have even frequented.

Conrad Maldives Rangali Island

If you are looking for luxurious and exotic, Conrad Rangali Island, in Maldives can offer what you are looking for. This hotel can offer you a beach and water villas in a heavenly environment. But it also has a amazing undersea restaurant where you can enjoy spectacular views of reefs and marine life while enjoying having lunch or dinner. The restaurant is 16 foot below sea.

Giraffe Manor Hotel

Built in the 1930s, this luxury boutique hotel has maintained all the charm of the era and is now famous for its resident herd of Rothschild Giraffe. This incredible hotel offers you an unparalleled experience with the giraffes, which are walking around and you can find them vying for your attention at the breakfast table, the front door and even your bedroom window. The Hotel is set in 12 acres of private land within 140 acres of indigenous forest and is located only 20 kilometres from Nairobi city centre in Kenya.

1 comment:

  1. Superbly amazing post Miguel. I can see how much research you've done here. Thoough I'm not that touring personality, but I like to keep my self updated with the detials. It's been long I haven'g been to a nice outdoor place, Thanks for the update. My last tour was to Northern Ireland and my place was Great Northern Hotel. It a really nice place to stay. Check out the link below.


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