7 Quirky Themed Hotels That Don’t Skimp on Luxury

#1: Red Windmill


The Crazy Bear, UK

Lavish, dramatic and opulent, The Crazy Bear in Beaconsfield, UK is perfect for those who truly enjoy the ritzy glamour of Las Vegas. Strikingly evocative of the movie Moulin Rouge, the whole vibe of The Crazy Bear takes on a distinctly baroque vibe, with fascinating décor like staircases dressed in 24-carat gold leaf painted foliage and a mirrored chill-out room. Even the bar is quite bizarre, with walls covered in Persian pony skin.

#2: Batman Incarnate


The Caves, Jamaica

Luxury and outdoorsy adventure combine in The Caves in Negril, Jamaica, giving you the best of both worlds. The Caves sits on limestone cliffs, with sweeping views of the gorgeous Caribbean Sea. For that authentic vibe of the great outdoors, enjoy the exclusive 12 secluded cabins with lush surrounds of jungle-like gardens. Then, indulge in a romantic candlelit dinner in a unique setting – right inside the caves.

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#3: Automobile Lover


V8 Hotel, Germany

The various themed rooms of V8 Hotel in Stuttgart revolve around the world of automobile, featuring racing paraphernalia, vintage cars, auto workshops and even drive-in cinemas!

#4: Wine Connoisseur


Hotel Marqués De Riscal, Spain

This lavish hotel was designed by the acclaimed Frank Gehry, whose best known works include the Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris and the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. The Hotel Marqués De Riscal in Spain is Gehry’s first hotel project and his only one to date. Overlooking lush vineyards, the vista Hotel Marqués De Riscal boasts is as stunning as the hotel itself, featuring a characteristic contemporary architecture that has made the Canadian-born American architect famous.

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#5: Stunning Nature


Arctic Treehouse Hotel, Lapland

Choose from an exclusive offering of 32 suites and admire the beauty of Lappish nature. For an uninterrupted vista, check in to one of its five Arctic Glass Houses for an unrivalled connection to nature. The Artic Treehouse Hotel, built on a hillside on the Arctic Circle, face north, allowing the brilliance of chasing the Northern Lights in comfort. The location is also provides an excellent base in case you want to pursue other Arctic adventures.

#6: Chill Out


Icehotel, Sweden

Come November, the world’s first Icehotel comes alive, with every year inviting newly themed suites. Just one short km from the rustic Jukkasjärvi Homestead and the reindeer park, the Icehotel sits at a cultural hub. The highlight is of course, the hotel, which creates primitive-like, temporary rooms from scratch, remaking last year’s theme with a new update. Taking ice from the frozen Torne river and blending it with snow, the hotel is remodelled in ice blocks, thermal sleeping bags and reindeer hides. There are also traditional rooms offered all year – find artistically carved permanent ice suites with the luxury of private, heated bathrooms and saunas.

#7: Whimsical Heart


Magic Mountain Hotel, Chile

Blending a capricious, fairytale atmosphere and lush surrounds, the Magic Mountain Hotel in the Huilo Huilo reserve covers an impressive 10,000 hectares of the Valdivian forest, boasting natural hot springs and uncharted lakes. Guests also have direct access to the picturesque Mocho-Choshuenco volcano. Go for main lodges where you can admire nature at its best, whether a cascading waterfall or majestic surrounds. You can also enjoy the privacy of secluded forest lodges.

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