As a travel blogger, I love sharing with you unique, creative, and fun finds for destinations and accommodations. That’s why I’m excited to share with you these unique travel ideas: a selection of outside the box accommodations, ranging from luxury hotels all the way to salt hotels, treehouses, prisons, boats and even caves all featured on Booking.com. The #1 accommodation site offers a vast rolodex of accommodations of more than 580,000 accommodations to help customers get it right when it comes to a one-of-a-kind experience.
Check out these truly outside the box accommodations, featuring quirky exteriors and located in remote destinations.
- Hotel Palacio de Sal – Shake things up with the world’s largest salt flat, which is fully built in salt bricks and features furniture designed out of the same natural resource. Located in Bolivia, the Hotel Palacio de Sal makes use of the Salar de Uyuni in the southwest.
- Tree House Lodge – No need to go out on a limb to experience the joy of nature with a one-of-a-kind view. Surrounded by a the natural tropical garden in Playa Punta Uva Beach in Costa Rica, this rustic-style property offers breathtaking views of the sea, as well as spa amenities.
- Malmaison Oxford – Break free from the shackles of your everyday tasks and book this transformed former Victorian prison. Now a stunning boutique hotel offering unique luxury in historic Oxford, this cutting edge hotel offers stylish rooms, fabulous original architecture and a divine brasserie.
- Salt & Sill – Sail away through time at Sweden’s first floating hotel, Salt & Sill. Situated on Klädesholmen Island in Sweden, this boat provides guests with panoramic views of the Bohuslän Archipelago and allows visitors to get away from the movement of the city and enjoy the waves. Each of the modern guest rooms is located in six buildings on floating platforms with private terraces and exquisite granite floors and wooden features.
- Perivolas Hotel – Hideaway form everyday stresses at the Pervivolas Hotel. Located in the cliffs high above the Aegean Sea in Greece above a 19th-century pumice mine, you’ll need a boat to get to this resort. Featuring an infinity pool with a magnificent sea view, this hotel offers 17 private houses in restored 300 year-old caves.
What do you think? Which of these outside the box accommodations is your favorite?