Whether you’re looking for fabulous luxury or a quirky change of pace, Hotels.com has the accommodations you need. Here is a look at the top 10 most outrageous hotels on the planet!
Henn na Hotel Maihama Tokyo-Bay, Urayasu
Price on Hotels.com: Starting from £71/night.
Photo via Henn na Hotel
Why it’s Outrageous: The Henn na Hotel is the spot for robot enthusiast! Yes, you read that right. They boast three different room sizes to choose from, and robots assist to check you in AND deliver your luggage to your room. There’s even an animatronic dinosaur (or two) to help out!
Palazzo Versace – Gold Coast, Australia
Price on Hotels.com: Starting at £183/night.
Photo via Palazzo Versace
Why it’s Outrageous: Themed after one of the most legendary fashion brands in the world, this hotel is the definition of luxury. From spectacular architecture to premier accommodations, the Palazzo Versace is sure to make you feel like royalty.
The Caves – Negril, Jamaica
Price on Hotels.com: Starting from £679/night.
Photo via The Caves
Why it’s Outrageous: If spending some relaxing time cozying up on the beach is your thing, look no further. The Caves boasts heart stopping costal views sitting atop some of the most spectacular sea caves in the world.
Jailhouse – Christchurch, New Zealand
Price on Hotels.com: Starting at £15/night
Photo via Jailhouse Accommodation
Why it’s Outrageous: If you’re booking a trip to New Zealand anytime soon, we have the hostel for you. The Jailhouse Accommodation is a literal prison turned swanky hostel for backpackers and business travelers alike.
Sunborn – London, United Kingdom
Price on Hotels.com: starting at £149/night.
Photo via Katie Chan
Why it’s Outrageous: If you’re looking for a stay on the water that isn’t a cruise, the Sunborn in London is a great pick for you! The hotel is a deluxe yacht that boasts 135 spacious guest rooms located in the heart of London’s docklands.
Armani Hotel – Burj Kalifa, Dubai
Price on Hotels.com: starting at £307/night
Photo via Armani Hotel – Dubai
Why it’s Outrageous: Luxurious? You bet. With all accommodations and amenities designed by Giorgio Armani himself and personal butlers, this is hospitality at its finest!
PER AQUUM Niyama – Dhaalu Atoll, Embudhufushi, Maldives
Price on Hotels.com: starting at £495/night
Photo via Huvafenfushi
Why it’s Outrageous: Never mind that you can’t pronounce it, if you’d rather skip the hotel life and stay in a private villa the Per Aquum Niyama has you covered. Each villa boasts a secluded deck giving you full privacy, but also stunning amber sunsets and gentle island breezes.
Hotel President Wilson – Geneva, Switzerland
Price on Hotels.com: starting at £340/night
Photo via Hotel President Wilson
Why it’s Outrageous: The Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson is only a mere CHF60,000/night! Believed to be the world’s most expensive hotel room, it has hosted the likes of Sir Richard Branson and Bill Gates. Of course, more moderate accommodations are available!
Viceroy Bali, Ubud, Indonesia
Price on Hotels.com: starting at £466/night
Photo via C_osett
Why it’s Outrageous: A two-bedroom, 400 square meter private pool villa with views like that? Yes, please! The second bedroom can also be converted into a private dining room for private functions.
The Madonna Inn – San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Price on Hotels.com: Starting from £185/night
Photo via Pierre André Leclercq
Why it’s Outrageous: Cave lovers rejoice, this hotel has it all! Every room is themed something different and extravagant; from this barn and carousel themed room, to the room above that takes you on a spelunking adventure.
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