Hotels Made With Weird Things

Hotels Made With Weird Things
1. Card Keys


This building was built from 200,000 card keys. Each room and every wall, even the toilets, are made of card keys. The hotel was built by Bryan Berg, who has a world record in building a house of cards


2. Containers


The Tonghe Shanzi Landscape Design company has built their incredible five star Xiang Xiang Xiang Pray House hotel entirely out of shipping containers! Looking like a drab shipping container village from the outside, the hotel oozes luxurious design inside its twenty-one cozy guest rooms, arranged on a hillside in Changski, China. Each room is fitted with traditional Chinese d├ęcor, skylights, high-design furniture and more!

The container hotels could also be designed in one city, and easily transported to another, making pop-up hotels possible anywhere. The Xiang Xiang Pray House will open in August of 2012.

3. Chocolate


Karl Lagerfeld has designed a hotel made entirely of chocolate.
This eccentric designer has created "The Magnum Chocolate Hotel Suite" to celebrate the launch of Magnum Ecuador and Ghana ice creams, which are made with specially selected cocoa beans sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms in Ecuador and Ghana. Using 10.5 tonnes of chocolate, it includes a chocolate sculpture of French male model, Karl's muse, Baptise Giabiconi, draped seductively on the chocolate bed.

4. Clay, reed, wood and shell stone


Located near Orel's riverbank, 18 miles away from the city of Dnepropertrovsk in the Ukraine, the Friend Hotel is steeped in a lush and green forest. Before its construction, Ryntovt Design did an extended ecological analysis taking into account the local resources and energy of the area. The interior spaces are harmonious with the beautiful outdoors, and only "ecologically harmless materials" like clay, reed, wood, and shell stone, were used in construction.

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