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Weird Hotels around the World

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11. Ritz Carlton Shanghai
Pudong, China
Arguably the largest and most luxurious rooms available in China, each one features onyx panels, Chinese artwork and fresh flowers. Penthouse suites feature living rooms with fireplaces, oversized bathtubs and walk-in closets. The lobby is designed in Shanghais 1930s Art Deco style with dark woods and chrome. Other public areas feature Spanish sandstone and marble, silver leaf covered walls and Chinese lanterns. Located in the top floors of a contemporary 58-story tower in the citys financial district.
12. Ritz Carlton Beijing
Financial Street, China
Located in the citys business hub, in a beautiful 2007 chrome-and-blue-glass tower featuring huge white marble yin and yang sculptures. The interior is reminiscent of an English country manor. Incredible burnt-orange and celadon rooms are covered in off-white wallpaper. Includes a large 1,500-square-foot spa, with aqua-therapy.
13. Peninsula Hotel
Tokyo, Japan
Designed by architect Kuzukiyo Sato to look like a huge Japanese lantern, this 24-storey amber property is made entirely from Namibian granite. The Peninsula is a successful combination of traditional Japanese hospitality with simple luxury. The two-story lobby has ivory walls and wooden lattices, as well as a huge 1,300-bulb concave chandelier that resembles a swarm of fireflies. Spacious rooms feature horse chestnut sliding doors and gold-painted ceilings.
14. Amandari
Bali
For by tranquil and peaceful vacation nothing compares to the minimalist Amandari. Overlooking the rice terraces of the Ayung River Gorge are a gathering of private villas designed as a Balinese village. The rooms are free-standing thatched-roof suites surrounded on three sides by glass and featuring private gardens and Balinese stone gateways. Visitors can consult with a bomo or local faith healer or get Ayurvedic massages.
15. Amansara
Siem Reap, Cambodia
Located close to the Angkor Archaeological Park the majestic Amansara hotel is the former guesthouse of Cambodias King Sihanouk. Built in French colonial style, the resort features minimalist gray and white low-slung chalets. Public areas graced with white lotus blossoms and orchids. Includes a beautiful slate pool for bathing.
16. Domaine des Hauts de Loire
France
Two hours from Paris, in the Loire Valley, on a 178 acre forested plot lies a beautiful 19th-century hunting lodge turned into a magnificent hotel with 32 empire-style guest rooms. This small, intimate hotel arranges hot-air balloon and helicopter rides giving a spectacular view of the region as well as tours of a neighboring chateaux. Best of all, the price is only $250 a night.
17. Ashford Castle
County Mayo, Ireland
Given its extreme age the Ashford Castle has gone through many evolutions. It was built in the 13th century as a crenellated castle. The current central building, a French style chateaux, was added in the 1700s and the entire structure was redesigned as a hunting and fishing lodge in the 1800s. Today as a hotel it has 80 spacious bedrooms with soft traditional furnishings in relaxing shades and heavy sash curtains on the windows. Considered one of Irelands finest five-star resort hotels.
18. The Lanesborough
London, England
A St. Regis Hotel, the opulent Lanesborough is located in a Georgian-style building just off of Hyde Park. This luxurious hotel features oak paneled walls and high ceilings (check out the Buckingham Suite for a good example). Each visitor is treated a private guest and cared for by personal butlers. Now thats class.
19. Villa San Michele
Florence, Italy
What happens when you turn a 15th-century Franciscan monastery with wonderful views of Florence into a luxurious resting spot for travelers? Simple, you get one of Europes most delightful and picturesque hotels in Europe. Spectacular artwork abounds here including a 1642 Last Supper fresco by Nicodermo Ferruci and a facade attributed to no less than Michelangelo.
20. The Stafford
London, England
A country house feel in the middle of London? Its possible if the name of the hotel is the timeless Stafford. Located behind Green Park, this stately town house hotel comes with its own 17th century stable courtyard. Famous for its incredible wine cellar, the Master Sommelier will be happy to give you a private wine tasting of the hotels best vintages of Burgundy or Bordeaux.


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