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Traveling can be a fun and exciting experience. You get to see new things and meet new people, but it’s also important to know where you’re staying while on vacation. There are some hotels around the world that are so cool that they should be considered more than just a place to sleep at night. These five hotels will make your next trip something special:

The Casa Caracol.

If you’re looking for an adventurous place to stay, look no further than Casa Caracol. Located on the island of Ambergris Caye in Belize, this hotel has a quirky and edgy design that is sure to give you some serious travel envy. The rooms are spacious and comfortable with high-end amenities like air conditioning and Wi-Fi. The beachfront location means that you’ll be able to enjoy the beach all day long, whether it’s lounging in your hammock or hitting up one of the many water sports activities available at the resort.

A short walk from your room will take you down to one of their restaurants where they serve up fresh seafood dishes made from ingredients picked right out of their own garden! You’ll also find tons of shops on site so if shopping is your thing then this will definitely be a good place for doing just that!

The Hawa Mahal Palace.

Hawa Mahal palace Jaipur, India
Hawa Mahal palace Jaipur, India

The Hawa Mahal Palace, which is also known as the “Palace of Winds,” is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Jaipur, India. The palace was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799. The palace has 400 windows that are decorated with intricate carvings and latticework. The name of the palace stems from its use as a place for women to watch parades and festivals without being seen by men during their time period.

The Hawa Mahal was also used for royal observances and rituals; it is believed that on certain auspicious days such as Holi or Diwali festival holidays, women dressed in brightly colored saris would gather at this structure so they could view celebrations from behind the latticed screens but still remain hidden from men’s eyes! This allowed them to celebrate these fun events without fear of being seen by anyone else except other female members who were partaking in festivities themselves!

The Palacio de Sal.

The Palacio de Sal, a hotel in the Bolivian Salt Flats, is one of the most unique hotels in the world. It’s built entirely out of salt and was constructed by indigenous people over 2,000 years ago. The unique building is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has been given new life as a hotel!

The Palacio de Sal is located in Uyuni, Bolivia—a country that also boasts some other amazing architecture (including several churches). If you’re planning on spending time there, or if you just love staying at quirky places like this one, then here are some tips for visiting:

  • Make sure you book early! This place gets booked up quickly because it’s such an unusual experience
  • Pack light—you’ll want to bring only what you need since space tends to be tight
  • Don’t forget your camera! This place will make for some great photos and memories

The Underwater Hotel Room.

The Maldives, an island nation in the Indian Ocean, is home to the world’s first underwater hotel room. The One&Only Reethi Rah was designed by Jacques Rougerie and opened in 2003. The resort is comprised of 34 islands, each with its own private beach, pool and villa. A separate island holds the award-winning Spa Collection Reethi Rah, which includes a selection of treatments inspired by local ingredients such as cinnamon and lime leaves.

The undersea hotel room offers guests a glimpse into life below sea level while still keeping them close enough to enjoy all of the usual amenities at this luxury resort. It features four porthole windows that give you views out over coral reefs while also providing light into your quarters when they are submerged beneath water level (yes…your room will be flooded). The other amenities include an outdoor Jacuzzi tub surrounded by soft lighting effects that simulate stars on an evening sky above; a king-sized bed; dining table with chairs; minibar stocked with snacks and beverages (no diving necessary); LCD television mounted on one wall; Wi-Fi access so you can stay connected; bathroom with shower area complete with rainwater showerhead system—all housed within 20 feet from the water’s edge!

The Bubble Hotel.

The Bubble Hotel is located in a remote area of Norway, making it the perfect spot for anyone who loves nature and wants to travel off the beaten path. The hotel itself is situated near a fjord, so guests can enjoy spectacular views of this beautiful landscape as they fall asleep at night.

The accommodations are also very unique: each guest gets his or her own private bubble. These bubbles are designed to remind you of being inside a fishbowl (if you’ve ever done carpentry work, you’ll know what I mean). They’re made out of glass and have rainproof roofs (to keep out snow), which means that you can enjoy natural light all day long!

Conclusion

So there you have it! The newest hot spots for travel-minded people like us to explore. We hope that this list helped inspire you and gave some ideas for where to go next. And if any of these places sound interesting enough for you or your family, then go check them out!