Dream -- or Nightmare -- Hotels

The exterior is composed of 10,000 glass panels.

Beautiful 'Sunrise' Hotel Lights Up China's Countryside

PHOTOS: Hotel Looks Like Lopsided Picture Frame
Bouncy House Hotel
'Doughnut Hotel' to Open
'Doughnut Hotel' to Open in China
Hotel Built in Abandoned Rock Quarry
Former Norther Ireland Prison to Become Hotel
World's First Panda Hotel Opens in China
The Thief Hotel
Norway's 'The Thief' Hotel
Hotel of Doom
Spend the Night in a Jumbo Jet Hostel
Shipping Container Hotel Room
Shipping Container Hotel Room
French Shipping Container Hotel
Underwater Hotel in Dubai
Underwater Hotel in Dubai
Hotel Creates Room 500 Feet Below Ground
Hotel Creates Room 500 Feet Below Ground
Hotel Creates Room 500 Feet Below Ground
Bubble Tents: See-Through Shelter for Luxury Camping
World's Wackiest Places to Stay: Beagle-Shaped Hotel
Bubble Tents: See-Through Shelter for Luxury Camping
Bubble Tents: See-Through Shelter for Luxury Camping
Bubble Tents: See-Through Shelter for Luxury Camping
Bubble Tents: See-Through Shelter for Luxury Camping
Bubble Tents: See-Through Shelter for Luxury Camping
The World's Strangest Hotels
The World's Strangest Hotels
The World's Strangest Hotels
The World's Strangest Hotels
The World's Strangest Hotels
The World's Strangest Hotels
World's Strangest Hotels
Outrageously Designed Hotels
Crazy Hotels
Crazy Hotels
Under the Sea: World's Strangest Hotels
Crazy Hotels
Crazy Hotels
Crazy Hotels
Crazy Hotels
Crazy Hotels
Crazy Hotels
Crazy Hotels
Crazy Hotels
Crazy Hotels
Outrageously Designed Hotels
Outrageously Designed Hotels
Outrageously Designed Hotels
Outrageously Designed Hotels
Outrageously Designed Hotels
Outrageously Designed Hotels
The World's Strangest Hotels
German artist HA Schulte designed the Save the Beach hotel, which was made entirely of garbage and other debris collected on beaches. The Corona beer company commissioned the hotel as part of its Save the Beach campaign, which is the beer maker's effort to reduce garbage and pollution of Europe's beaches. The five-room hotel was open for four days on Rome's Castel Sant'Angelo and accepted visitors like supermodel Helen Christensen through a competitive process. (Save The Beach )
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