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The Hoopoe Yurt Hotel - Cortes de la Frontera, Spain
Set in a wonderful landscape of cork oak forests and magnificent olive groves in southern Spain, the Hoopoe Yurt Hotel offers a glamping experience like no other. It consists of six atmospheric yurts gorgeously decorated with antique furniture and crafts from all over the world, and a lovely garden bar with pool where you can relax and indulge in delicious organic food. This unusual type of accommodation is only a stone’s throw away from the Andalusian white-washed village of Cortes de la Frontera.
Cabanes als Arbres - Girona, Spain
A completely unusual, eco-friendly accommodation type in the quaint Catalan countryside, Cabanes als Arbres consist of 10 gorgeous tree houses and offer guests the unparalleled opportunity to reconnect with nature, indulge in outdoor activities and discover the hidden beauty of rural Girona. Each cabin features an idyllic rustic décor and a terrace overlooking the delightful Monseny or the Pyrenees.
Les Cols Pavellons - Olot, Spain
Situated in the small Catalan town of Olot, next to the volcanic Garrotxa National Park, Les Cols Pavellons could easily be considered one of the most unusual accommodations in Spain. The property consists of a Michelin-starred restaurant housed in a 13th century farmhouse and 5 glass-and-steel pavilions designed by the skillful architects of RCR-Aranda-Vilalta-Pigem studio. Each “room” looks like a crystal cube with glass floors and is completely deprived of interior decorations and technology, ensuring guests a unique, almost surreal accommodation experience.
Currently operating throughout UK, The Pop Up Hotel combines the new trend of temporary hotels with glamping, offering a sensational experience of both luxury and adventure. It consists of a series of glamorous tents equipped with all the amenities of a top boutique hotel, including duvets, luxury showers and make-up parlor, and can be found at various festivals in UK. Moreover, the company promises plenty of international locations such as Australia, The Maldives or The Caribbean, for the near future.
Museumotel - Raon-l’Etape, France
Designed in 1966 by renowned architect Pascal Hausermann, the quirky Museumotel consists of 9 ingenious bungalows gorgeously decorated in a charming retro style. Each bubble features a theme décor, including Love, Fifties or Zen, offering visitors a delightful one-of-a-kind experience and the chance to relax in their own private space while visiting France’s picturesque Lorraine region.
The Geo - Cornwall, UK
A completely unusual accommodation in the middle of nature, The Geo Ekopod is one of the most exciting and sustainable ways to explore England’s rugged Bodmin Moor. This white bubble with stylish modern design is equipped with all the necessary amenities, from en-suite kitchen and bathroom to Wood burning stove and chic locally made furniture, in order to offer you the ideal luxury camping vacation away from the city’s hustle and bustle.
Windmill Villas - Santorini, Greece
Enjoying a privileged location on the tranquil northeast coast of Santorini, the Windmills Villas offers a completely unique accommodation experience. The complex consists of three peculiar windmills, each of them decorated in a charming traditional style and equipped with private pool and Jacuzzi, in order to offer visitors a relaxing, yet very original stay on the most scenic Greek island.