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The Schneedorf, Austria
Essentially a giant igloo perched 2,700m up in the Tyrolean Alps, the Schneedorf entices visitors with sheepskin covered air mattresses and erotic ice sculptures.
Ariau Amazon Towers Hotel, Brazil
35 miles from Manuas, this rainforest resort is built entirely at the level of the rainforest canopy.
The hotel features four miles of walkways and a honeymoon suite, 110 feet up a mahogany tree.
Hotel Marqués De Riscal, Spain
This stunning Frank Gehry-designed hotel sits in the town of Elciego, in the heart of Spain's Rioja wine-growing region.
The Old Railway Station, UK
A trainspotter's paradise on the outskirts of Chichester, this hotel is comprised of four converted railway carriages, each transformed into a pair of suites.
Jumbo Hostel, Sweden
"Spend the night onboard a real jumbo jet - on the ground!" The Jumbo Hostel's website says it all, really.

Crazy Bear, UK
Now boasting three hotels in London, Oxford and the commuter town of Beaconsfield, the Crazy Bear provides flamboyant design and eclectic style.
Winvian, USA
The 18 cottages at this Connecticut resort each offer a different design theme.
This converted helicopter is perhaps the most bizarre.
Dream Cave Hotel, Turkey
Just one of a number of cave hotels in the Cappadocia region of Turkey, the Dream Cave features four rooms built inside the famous 'fairy chimneys' (rock formations).
The Treehouse, UK
The Treehouse, in Cornwall's Deerpark Forest, comes with wonky-angled doors, higgledy-piggledy roof tiles and a great big oak tree growing right up through its middle.
The Poseidon Resort, Bahamas
Rooms at the Poseidon Resort lie 40 feet underwater, encased in a 4-inch acrylic outer casing, giving guests a glimpse of life under the sea.
The Library Hotel, USA
This luxury hotel in the heart of Manhattan has one obvious twist. Each floor is dedicated to a different category in the Dewey Decimal Classification system. For example, the ninth floor contains only books in the '900s' of the Dewey system. A librarian's dream. more World's Weirdest Hotels: link1 link2

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