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«The most…» hotels in the world. Part 2.

Dal Kikin
December 10, 2018

We continue the list of the most unusual record-holder hotels in the world.

The coldest hotel

The historic Ice Hotel in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden, built with blocks of ice that melt every spring and are rebuilt every winter can be considered the coldest hotel in the world, but also offers rooms with heating. The cold rooms have a temperature between -5 and -8 ºC and each of them has a unique individual theme, with ice furniture sculpted by hand by international artists. The rooms include exclusive Carpe Diem beds with thermal sleeping bags and reindeer blankets. You can book a night from 130 euros.

The most underground hotel

The Desert Cave Hotel is the only hotel that is completely underground, not just the hotel, but a whole city called Coober Pedy, in the middle of the Australian desert. In the Desert Cave Hotel the 19 rooms are spacious and with high ceilings, yes, excavated in the rock, it also has shops, a cafeteria, an opal interpretation center, a bar and a games room with billiards. The price of enjoying the experience of living underground is only from 120 euros per night.

The most inclined hotel

The Hyatt Capital Gate Hotel in Abu Dhabi is the most inclined hotel in the world, located between the 18th and 33rd floors of the Capital Gate Tower, 165 meters high, which has an inclination of 18 degrees, four times higher than the Tower of Pisa! The 5-star hotel has 189 rooms and suites, an outdoor swimming pool, a gym, suspended hydromassage pools and its famous spa known as the "sky spa" for its incredible views of the city.

The most «submarine» hotel

The Conrad Maldives Rangali Island Hotel in the Maldives is creating a suite that allows guests to sleep underwater. It is the first room of this type to be established in real oceanic waters instead of artificial aquariums, as other hotels have. Its name is Muraka (meaning "coral" in Dhivehi, the local language in the Maldives) and it has two floors, the upper one floats on the water while the ground floor is submerged more than five meters below the surface of the ocean . Those who are willing to book should know one thing, it is not yet opened, it will be at the end of this year and spending a night there will cost 50,000 dollars, about 43,000 euros of nothing.