Generally when you think about hotel rooms you wonder how many stars it has and what are the amenities.
You assume it has a comfy bed, a TV, a mini bar, wi-fi, etc.
A hotel room should be nicer than at home.
But some hotel rooms offer a unique experience.
Some hotel rooms wouldn’t even rank on the traditional “star” ranking.
Some hotel rooms are just weird.
The Melody Sphere at Free Spirit Spheres in Vancouver Island, Canada
These rooms are spheres that are suspended by wires in the trees of the rainforest in Vancouver and cost $225/night.
The Mirror Cube at the Treehotel in Harads, Sweden
This hotel is completely mirrored on the outside and is nearly invisible to the naked eye because of the reflections. This room costs $550/night.
The John Morse Room at the Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast/Museum in Fall River, Massachusetts
For $250/night you can stay in a room said to be haunted by Lizzie Borden. The room was named after her Uncle, John Morse who stayed in the room the night before she murdered her mother with an axe in the same room.
The Mine Suite at the Sala Silvermine in Vdstmanland County, Sweden
This room is 500 feet below the ground and has none of the modern day conveniences one it used to in a hotel room. It has a constant temperature around 38 degrees and runs $560/night.
The Champagne Tower by Cleopatra at Cove Haven Resort in Lakeville, Pennsylvania
This romantic room can be had for $350 a night and features a 7′ tall cocktail shaped bathtub, a heart shaped pool and a round bed.
The Tush-Hog House at Tallahatchie Flats in Greenwood, Mississippi
This room is a single-family dwelling from the 1920′s and is one of a series of shacks you can rent for around $80/night. You will pretty much experience what it was like to live in the 1920′s staying here.
Would you stay in one of these weird rooms or do you prefer a more plush room with modern amenities?
Want more weird hotels? Check this out: world’s weirdest hotels.