Portal Oktogo continues a series of stories about the most unusual hotels in the world. Today you will learn about five places worthy of the attention seekers of diversity. In the process of preparing materials, we pay special attention to the selection of photos because most of us are visual creatures and the old adage that it is better to see once, for us, very much so. Some of the hotels mentioned in the stories were so many interesting photographs that we have decided in the future be sure to post them as separate posts, so stay tuned.
Hotel Kakslauttanen, Finland
A complex of 20 traditional Nordic huts igloos built from snow, and glass. The hotel complex is situated in the legendary Lapland, 250 km above the Arctic Circle. The area of each of the rooms – less than 50 sq. m. but this small space is completely covered by a dome of clear glass. To watch the Northern lights illuminating the night sky, tourists can not get up from the comfy beds. Continue reading
Hotel industry is one of the fastest growing elements of tourism business in absolutely all, without exception, the countries of the world. Tracking on the relevant necessary information about the availability of tickets, as well as trying to surround yourself with comfort, most tourists important emphasis on the selection of the suitable hotels for them.
Burj-al-Arab – luxury hotel in Dubai
However, the selection criteria are so numerous that modern vacationer difficult to choose a particular hotel that best meets his needs. One such criteria is the beauty and magnificence of the interior and exterior of hotels.
Mostly it’s used by people not poor who are able to pay a few thousand dollars or euros for an overnight stay in a luxury apartment, available to them. According to a survey, recently conducted in various sites of tourist subjects among their visitors, best represented in the nomination are:
1) “Commune by the Great Wall” (China); Continue reading
The highest hotels in the world reach to the sky, literally exceeding the height of luxury. From new York to Hong Kong, most prominent developers and business moguls are spending billions of dollars on creating the most outstanding hotels, skyscrapers, trying to outdo all the other buildings of the same type. They build up, as if cities and countries are competing for the exclusive title of possessing the highest super structures (actually they are).
Regardless of whether they are a source of national pride, or simply an irrepressible race for first place in the ever competing world of luxury tourism, hotels stop at nothing to create towers that include everything from presidential suites to the casino on their rooftops.
Most of the hotels are not so luxurious that not accept less affluent travelers, although in such hotels, you will still have to spend much more than you’re used to. However, a few months of saving on everything, and you can afford to spend a few nights in one of the tallest hotels in the world. Continue reading