We live in a weird and wonderful world to say the least. Here are a few unique hotels for you to include in your 'travel bucket list'.
This is a 'must stay' resort between Monterey and Santa Barbara, California. This Big Sur resort is a genuine Eco resort with organic meals, beautiful sunsets and Pacific ocean views all tucked into a self sustaining yurt (portable, bent-wood framed dwelling structure) village. See https://www.treebonesresort.com/
Harlingen Harbour Crane
The old machine room of a crane on Harlingen Harbor has been transformed into a one-room penthouse with mid-century modern Eames furniture and unbeatable boat watching. A small staircase leads up to the cabin where the hotel's only guests can adjust the crane to move in any direction to get complete panoramic views. See https://www.vuurtoren-harlingen.nl/eng/index3.html
A luxurious one bedroom cave home that has been carved out of a sandstone formation 280 feet above the La Plata River. This amazing location in the four corners area where New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and Utah meet gives guests views of some of the most exceptional and amazing scenery one can imagine. The cave itself is located 70 feet below the surface with its entrance along the cliff face. See https://www.bbonline.com/nm/kokopelli/
The Hôtel de Glace is celebrating it's 11th year anniversary in 2011. It is located on the shores of Lac-Saint-Joseph, Quebec, just 30 minutes north of Québec City. It operates from the first week in January to the last week in March. It was the first ever in the world to make a bed and everything else out of ice. See https://www.hoteldeglace-canada.com/