Rather than just think of a destination and then just finding a hotel to stay in, try something different for your next trip and check out one of these unique places to stay!
Jules’ Undersea Lodge in Key Largo, Florida
Jules’ Undersea Lodge is an underwater hotel located at the bottom of the lagoon at Key Largo Undersea Park. Please note, since the hotel rests on the lagoon floor at 21 feet, you must be a certified scuba diver to access the lodge. The submerged hotel rooms are surrounded by a clear view of many different sea creatures. While you’re in Florida, you can also check out Orlando Resorts Rental for another great vacation option.
Heceta Head Lighthouse in Cape Cove, Oregon
Head Lighthouse and Light Keeper’s house were built around 1894 and remain in working condition today. The lighthouse features six guest bedrooms with an amazing view of the ocean.
Rolling Huts in Winthrop, Washington
This is more than just “glamping,” Rolling Huts in Washington’s Methow Valley is a campsite designed by renowned Architects. Rolling Huts have sleeping platforms for two, comfortable living spaces with furniture that can be converted to sleep two more people, cozy fireplaces, small fridges, and microwaves.
Treehouse Cabins in Dora, Missouri
The Treehouse Cabins are located along the North Fork River in Southern Missouri offer an unique setting for a romantic getaway in your own private tree house. Make sure you pick up some items from Food Fire + Knives for your trip.
L’Banca Albergo in Lake Arthur, Louisiana
L’Banca Albergo used to be the old Jeff Davis Bank in Lake Arthur, Louisiana. There are 8 luxury suites; some rooms still have features of the bank, such as the night deposit safe, teller window, and vault door. The rooms really look like they’ve been decked out with items from Craftcustoms.com.