The 20 Most Extraordinary Hotel Rooms in the World

Room 306 at the Arte Luise Kunsthotel – Berlin, Germany
 A cel-shaded room ala an old Sega Dreamcast game designed by Berlin-based comic artist KEHL. Image credit: Arte Luise Kunsthotel
Panic Room at the Au Vieux Panier Hotel – Marseille, France
This schizophrenic room half-covered in graffiti was created by the artist Tilt. Image credit: My Modern Met

Room 121 at Hotel Fox – Copenhagen, Denmark
Indoor camping by Australian design collective Rinzen. The Sleep Season room was “inspired by the desire to hibernate. It creates a cozy nook filled with animals sleeping through the seasons of the year.” Image credit:We Love You So

The Karen Blixen Suite at Giraffe Manor – Nairobi, Kenya
Endangered Rothschild giraffes come with the room. They’re encouraged to stick their heads through the open windows for a piece of mango or a tickle. Image credit: MSN Travel
 The Mine Suite at the Sala Silvermine Hotel – Vdstmanland County, Sweden

 Get away from it all (even fresh air) in the world’s deepest underground hotel room. At the bottom of an old Swedish silver mine, the suite is 500 feet below the earth and is accessed only by a mine lift shaft. Image credit:Deccan Chronicle

The Gilded Lounge Suite at La Maison des Champs Elysees by Maison Martin Margiela – Paris, France
Maison Martin Margiela’s reinterpretation of the hotel suite as a surrealist funhouse. Image credit: The Designer Pad


 Castle Room at the Propeller Island City Lodge – Berlin, Germany
 A castle bed built into your own private mini-golf course by the German artist Lars Stroschen. Image credit: Hotel Design