If there is one thing this world has more than enough of , it’s hotels. They come in all shapes and sizes and can accommodate any budget. However, there are a few of them scattered around the world that could truly be labeled as bizarre. So, here is a quick tour of some of Earth’s strangest hotels.
This is China’s Tianzi Hotel. The three depictions are the Chinese gods of good fortune, prosperity and longevity.
This gigantic beagle is the Dog Bark Inn located in Cottonwood, Idaho. The little bed and breakfast can house up to four people.
For the truly bizarre, welcome to Giraffe Manor in Nairobi…
…where the giraffes are as common a guest as the humans…
…and you just never know who will show up for dinner.
This is the Salt Hotel in Bolivia. The construction is entirely made up of blocks of salt…
…and has 15 bedrooms, a bar, a living room and a dining room.
This is the Mirrorcube in Sweden. Sleeps two and has a bathroom and a living room or those who really want to get away.
The Das Pak Hotel is in Linz, Austria and each accommodation is a quiet room inside of a sewer pipe.
PHOTO CREDIT: The individual hotels.