As mile and point enthusiasts, we are mostly interested in achieving the biggest bang for our point. Part of that valuation is based on the quality of the rooms. It is nice to be able to stay at nice hotels with rooms that have a luxurious feel.
But, what about hotels where some of the unique feel comes from the outside of the hotel, the hotel facade? This DailyMail piece details what they call The World’s Most Beautiful Hotel Facades. They are quite interesting and unique!
Here are some of the hotels from their list (you can see the full list here):
This cave hotel is located in Turkey and really has an exotic look being that some of the rooms are in caves believed to be from the 5th century. website Rooms are available from $160 per night.
The Jade Hotel
This boutique hotel is located in Manhattan near Washington Square Park. It certainly has an elegant bearing about its exterior and gives a nice appeal in a city that has many cookie cutter hotels. website Rooms are available from $320 per night
Inntel Hotel Amsterdam Zaandam
This hotel (located in Amsterdam) looks like an intricate art project. It certainly is a place you would probably want to snap a few photos of to catch the vibrant color and design. It actually resembles a very upscale doll house. 🙂 website Hotel room rates from $90 per night.
Thorngrove Manor Hotel
The Adelaide-located Thorngrove Manor really looks like a place that you would think of when you consider a relaxing, softly-elegant vacation. However, if you plan on staying here, you will have to be ready to pay for it – rates are from $899 per night! website
Make sure you check the rest of the picks made – they are pretty interesting!
Have you stayed in any of these? If not, do you have any hotels you would add to this list?