11. Kolarbyn Ecolodge, Sweden
Kolarbyn Eco-Lodge are 12 charcoal huts in the forest near Skinnskatteberg. This is an organized “back to basic” accommodation, and a really lovely and unique natural experience. Besides accommodation, you can also book and join exciting activities.
This property also has one of the best-rated locations in Skinnskatteberg! Guests are happier about it compared to other properties in the area.
12. Attrap Reves Hotel, France
Attrap’Rêves, a unique chain of hotels in southern France, has put a whole new spin on glamping, inviting guests to sleep in a translucent bubble in the middle of a forest.
The fully furnished orbs are made from 100% recycled materials, and feature electricity and running water. Each bubble is set on its own private road so that guests have complete privacy.
13. Plane Hotel, Costa Rica
The rusty 1965 Boeing 727 transformed into a luxury hotel suite where visitors can play pilot for £2,000 a week. The £300-a-night plane hotel suite is perched on a purpose built ledge within the Costa Rican rainforest and offers flight fans the chance to play captain for their stay.
For a staggering £2,100 a week guests can enjoy the novelty of sleeping in the converted 1965 Boeing 727, which once carried passengers around the world with Colombian Avianca Airlines.
The suite is part of the Costa Verde resort, which is located on the edge of the Manuel Antonia National Park, Costa Rica.