Planning a trip away? Don't settle for a Premier Inn when you can spend your holiday swanning around a Barbie Dream House, or hanging out with fish as you drift off to sleep.
These hotels are so unique, you wont ever want to leave your room.
The 17 Weirdest Themed Hotels Around The WorldIf Carlsberg made hotels, they probably wouldn't be as good as the Heineken one...
1 of 17HiltonBarbie hotel, Buenos Aires. For £150 per night, you can live Barbie's glam life. This hotel features non-stop showings of Barbie movies and even a mini catwalk.
2 of 17Laming hotelLaming hotel, South Korea. All rooms in this hotel are themed and you can choose from the 'Banana Milk' room, 'Spongebob Square Pants' room, the 'Prison' room, the 'Starbucks' room, the 'Budweiser' room, the 'LEGO Carriage' room, and the iPhone room.
3 of 17unusualhotelsoftheworld.comCasanus Hotel, Belgium. Have you been seeking somewhere to stay in Belgium that is based on a large intestine? FINALLY! Seek no more.
4 of 17www.dogbarkparkinnDog Park Bark Inn, Idaho. It's a hotel that's designed to look like a beagle. What else do you need to know?
5 of 17capsule hotelCapsule hotel, Netherlands. Formally used as oil rig escape pods, these cosy UFO-esque rooms can sleep up to three people.
6 of 17trip advisor via pinterest Wigwam motel, USA. Is there anything cooler than staying in a wigwam in the middle of the Arizona desert? Definitely not.
7 of 17unusualhotelsoftheworld.comDas park, Austria. If a one star hotel is just too glamorous for you, then you might enjoy staying in this hotel that is literally an old concrete sewage pipe. Lush.
8 of 17v8 hotelV8 hotel, Germany. If you're a fan of cars then park yourself here, where a super luxurious Mercedes suite is situated in the air traffic control tower of the former airport.
9 of 17quirkyguide.comMagic Mountain, Chile. This is as close to a fantasy paradise as it gets. This mountain hotel is modelled on a volcano and features luxury bedrooms as well as a zip line that runs through the grounds.
10 of 17http://www.unusualhotelsoftheworld.com via dailymailCrane hotel, Netherlands. A big boy's dream, this working crane hotel features everything you'd want, including a flat screen TV, sound equipment and even observation windows too. Bob the Builder would be jealous.
11 of 17hotelcontractbeds.co.ukYianzi hotel, China. This is a ten-story high representation of Fu Lu Shou, meaning fortune, prosperity and longevity and holds the Guinness World Record for the “biggest image building”.
12 of 17WikipediaSun Cruise Resort and Yacht, South Korea. You think it's a boat but it isn't! Nope, this is a hotel that merely LOOKS like one. Crazy, huh? Situated atop a mountain, this hotel has a revolving sky lounge, karaoke, sea water pool and a nightclub.
13 of 17http://www.poseidonresorts.comPoseidon Underwater Resort, Fiji. Live out your fantasies of being a mermaid by staying here - in a room several metres underwater, with a stunning view of the ocean life. Kinda scary but extremely cool.
14 of 17http://www.treehotel.se/en/roomsThe Mirrorcube hotel, Sweden. This stunning hotel is suspended on a tree and covered in mirrors, giving it a unique effect. Access to the cabin is by a rope bridge connected to the next tree.
15 of 17www.icehotel.co.ukIce hotel, Sweden. This hotel is good enough to compete with Elsa's ice castle and the average temperature is minus 5 degrees. Don't worry though, you'll be kept cosy.
16 of 17http://karostascietums.lvKarostas Cietums, Latvia. If you're after a hotel that offers what is essentially the opposite of comfort, then this is the one for you. A former military prison, this hotel is cold, unwelcoming and offers absolutely none of the amenities you'd want.
17 of 17whenonearth.netGiraffe Manor, Kenya. It looks like a pretty standard hotel but here's he twist: Adorable giraffes poke their head through the windows!! You're eating your breakfast and GIRAFFE. You're taking a bath... GIRAFFE. Who would not want to live here forever?
Related: 17 Of The Weirdest Museums From Around The World
17 Of The Weirdest Museums From Around The WorldMustard fanatic? We have the place for you.
1 of 17musée de vampires et monstres Calling all vampire and monster fans! Boy, have we have found the perfect place for you. It's only the Museum of Vampires in Paris.
2 of 17flickr.comFancy a romanitc day out with your beloved spouse? How about the Torture Museum in Amsterdam. This place pretty much does what it says on the tin.
3 of 17corpusexperience.nlRemember the Kid's TV show Once Upon a Time which showed you how cool it'd be to walk around the inside of a body? Well guess what! Now you can (sort of), thanks to the The Corpus (body) Museum in Oegstgeest.
4 of 17WikipediaThe National Mustard Museum in Wisconsin is all about mustard. All the mustards you can think of. Over 5000 mustards, to be precise. That's a lot of mustard. It looks good but we wonder if this museum would cut the mus...sorry.
5 of 17WikipediaBased on country singer Dolly Parton, the insanely kitsch Chasing Rainbows Museum in Tennessee features everything from original Dolly costumes to replicas of various buildings from her childhood.
6 of 17museo del risparmioSo you've just spent a ton of money on your holiday to Italy; now how about a fun trip to the Savings Museum in Turin to learn about managing your finances?
7 of 17The Fan MuseumThe Fan Museum in Greenwich isn't a place dedicated to Celebrity enthusiasts. This is a place featuring a huge amount of those things you flap to cool you down.
8 of 17WikipediaJapan takes its noodles VERY seriously. So much so, that the Ramen Museum is an entire building dedicated to it in the city of Yokohama.
9 of 17wanderingearl.comAre you on a trip abroad with your partner? Want to break up with them but don't know how to go about it? A trip to the Museum of Broken Relationships in Croatia may be just what you need for them to get the hint.
10 of 17Museum of Bad Art"There's no such thing as bad art" said a philosophist sometime, somewhere. Probably. The Museum of Bad Art in Massachusetts, however, begs to differ but goes out to celebrate the worst art from around the world.
11 of 17Time Out Tap water is fascinating, isn't it? The way it just flows out of that tap, all watery. If only there was a way to extend that enjoyment abroad and learn about foreign tap water. Well guess what...there's a Tap Water Museum in Beijing.
12 of 17Trip Advisorwe're not sure how much there is to say about barbed wire. It's spiky and it hurts seems to sum it up. Apparently, there's more to it though as the Barbed Wire Museum in Kansas exists.
13 of 17lifehack.orgIf the thought of parasites in your body isn't enough to freak you out, how about seeing some at the Parasite Museum in Tokyo?
14 of 17lifehack.orgBecause there's nothing more relaxing than the reminder of sweet death whilst you're on holiday, the Funeral Carriage Museum in Barcelona exists.
15 of 17phallus.isTeehee penises. So many penises at the Philological Museum in Iceland.
16 of 17currywurstmuseum.comIf you love German sausages, then you need to visit the Currywurst Museum in Berlin. What's the wurst that could happen? Nothing worse than that joke.
17 of 17museum of witchcraftIf you're into the spooky, occult and all things paranormal, the Museum of Witchcraft in Cornwall is worth a visit and is sure to give you sleepless nights.
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