The 5 Most Unique Hotels in America

If you’re looking for a reason to travel, look into these wacky hotels all over America. Ranging from huge beagle like building and cool Wigwams, there are some crazy, unique hotels out there that you just can’t pass up. 

1. Jules’ Undersea Lodge, Key Largo Florida

Have you ever wanted to turn your scuba trip into an overnight stay with the fishes?  Jules’ Undersea Lodge offers two rooms that are only accessible by scuba diving, located 6.4 meters underwater. The idea may seem nerve wracking, but the lodge’s “perfect safety record” and 24-hour staff and backup systems should help put you at ease. The rooms overlook the beautiful sights of the tropical Emerald Lagoon, while the underwater wildlife swim by your airtight windows. The lodge offers scuba diving lessons to those who are inexperienced and prices for stays start at $500.

2. Out’n’About Treehouses Treesort, Takilma, Oregon

out'n'about treehouses treesort

Unlike the old rickety tree houses we had as kids, the Treehouses Treesort is a luxurious getaway for families and couples alike. The tree houses are large family-sized homes with bathrooms, kitchenettes, and proper beds. Each house in this mini village of tree houses is different from the next and there are 18 to choose from. Some of the house are only accessible by swinging bridges and a network of zip lines. “Treezebo” is about six stories off the ground while “Yurtree” is a yurt in a tree with a skylight. The tree house prices vary from season to season but range from about $80-$280.

3. Turpentine Creek, Eureka Springs, Arkansas

turpentine creek

This hotel is the perfect place for animals lovers and travelers alike. Turpentine Creek is a refuge for rescued “big cats” such as tigers, lions, leopards, cougars, and the odd bear that make their home there. The hotel offers events like habitat tours, big cats education sessions, and feeding time. The lodge itself offers tasteful safari-themed rooms adjacent to the zoo section. All the proceeds from your visit go to helping the animals. Rooms start at $150.

4. Kokopelli’s Cave Bed and Breakfast, Farmington, New Mexico

Kokopelli's Cave Bed and Breakfast

Cave lodgings are natural beauties that make your stay feel more adventures and more in touch with the natural landscape. Kokopelli’s does this and more with luxurious rooms built within the cave walls, keeping them intact. Guests reside in a carpeted, fully furnished room 21 meters below the surface, dug into a cliff face of 65 million-year-old sandstone. Rooms have all the electricity and amenities of a normal hotel room, but the beautify of the walls may be more entertaining. One some of the rooms require a short hike, but offer more privacy than the others.

5. Dog Bark Park Inn, Cottonwood, Idaho

Dog Bark Park Inn

Home to the largest beagle in the world, the Dog Bark Park Inn is a the perfect getaway for all dog lovers. Frank Conklin, owner, says, “This is the only place one can sleep with 26 dogs and still get a good night’s rest.” The B&B contains endearing dog-themed designs indoors as well, such as their 26 carved dogs or dog shaped cookies. There is one large room with a queen bed and an adjacent loft with two twin mattresses. Single occupancy is $86 and double starts at $96.

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