Hotel Senigallia is a hotel with a boat or sail ship design in Skopje City, Macedonia (FYROM). Hotel Senigallia is a 3-minute walk away from the Stone Bridge and from Macedonia Square. Located by the river Vardar, it is actually in the city centre. The vintage boat hotel was suggested by my freind and fellow Instagrammer @jaschintaz who is planning to go there in June. I am hoping others can also suggest some quirky, unique and unusual hotels from any part of the world. Book this hotel or others at http://www.mycen.my/ Picture from Agoda. #mycenuniquehotel
Palacio de Sal in Bolivia, South America, is a hotel built out of salt blocks. It is located at the edge of Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat, located near the borders of Argentina and Chile. A salt flat is a desert like expanse of ground covered with salt and other minerals. The site is near the famous antique train cemetery. Book this hotel or others at http://www.mycen.my/ Picture from Agoda.
If you used to like sleeping in the library or behind bookshelves, you will like this hotel in Tokyo and Kyoto. It is also a dorm and capsule hotel for bibliophiles. Book And Bed bills itself as “an accommodation bookshop”. Falling asleep while reading is encouraged. Book this hotel or others at http://www.mycen.my/ Picture from Agoda. #mycenuniquehotel
The Huilo Huilo Montaña Mágica Lodge, Chile or the Magic Mountain Lodge in Chile is all the rage among folks from the West. I suppose it is like staying at the Taman Negara Resort, our own National Park, except the chalets’ integration with trees and plants is not as beautiful. Book this hotel or the one in Taman Negara at http://www.mycen.my/ Picture from Agoda. #mycenuniquehotel