Some hotels forego luxury for unusual and unique themes.
Dog Bark Park Inn, Cottonwood, Idaho, where you can sleep in the largest beagle in the world for $86 a night.
I love a good theme hotel. From the Godzilla themed hotel in Tokyo to the underwater hotel in Sweden, I am of the belief that if you are going on vacation, you might as well make it interesting. The United States isn’t really that well known for unique ideas, but when it comes to hotels we are actually pretty imaginative. These 20 hotels range from unique to just plain strange, but the one thing they all have in common is an uncommon vacationing experience. If that’s your thing, scroll away my friend.
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Wigwam Village, Holbrook, Arizona, where you can stay in a teepee for $50 a night.
Jules’ Undersea Lodge, Key Largo, Florida, with two underwater rooms you can only access by scuba diving, at $500 a night.
Out’n’About Treehouses Treesort, Takilma, Oregon, where prices for sleeping in a tree start at $80.
Heceta Head Lighthouse, Yachats, Oregon, where you can get your lighthouse on for $133 a night.
The Queen Mary, Long Beach, California, a decommissioned cruise ship that costs $100 a night.
The Peabody, Memphis, Tennessee, a hotel overrun by ducks that will run you $200 a night.
Madonna Inn, San Luis Obispo, California, otherwise known as the gaudiest place on Earth costs about $250 a night.
Kokopelli’s Cave Bed & Breakfast, Farmington, New Mexico, where you can sleep in cave for $260 a night.
The Liberty Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts, which offers a luxury prison experience for $295 a night.