Monday 20 October 2014

Hotels made from strange things


A handful of hotels near the backpacker town of Uyuni, in Bolivia, have been built using block sof salt mined from the surrounding salt flats.
Several ice hotels have been constructed, the most famous of which lies in Jukkasjarvi, Sweden. It is open from December to April each year. Others can be found in Canada, Norway, Romania and Finland.
All sorts

Consistently rates as one of the world's weirdest hotels, the Propellor Island Lodge utilises everything from coffins, cages, shipping rope, ladders and sandstone, to sacks of potatoes and walls of mirrors to create its 27 bizarre rooms

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