This fantastic building, located in Dalat, Vietnam, is guesthouse, cafe and art gallery in one place. The official name of the hotel is Hang Nga, but all locals refer to it as the Crazy House. Architecture of the hotel is something of "Alice in Wonderland? and its just impossible to describe. Here you?ll find caves, giant spider web, made of wire, concrete tree trunks, concrete giraffe and more besides. Hotel owner Hang Viet Nga started to build a strange construction in 1990. There are straight lines and rectangles here, only curves, weave, mazes ... But five-storyed hotel doesn?t get lost among the mountains and tropical trees, and looks very harmoniously. Room in the "Crazy House" costs 60 ? 80$ per day, that is quite expensive for Vietnamese standards. Therefore, some rooms are usually empty, but lots of tourists visit it as a museum.
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Present to you unusual hotel ‘Propeller Island City Lodge’ in Berlin, created with unrestrained imagination and a little music. This is not a luxurious palace with marble floors and a staff of hundreds of people. It’s a small private hotel, but artistic and romantic people, no doubt, prefer these small apartments more than the most prestigious networks with a certain number of stars in the gilded panels at the entrance. All rooms are designed by German artist, musician and sculptor Lars Stroshen, who is the owner of this hotel. In one room you’ll find bed in the form of coffins, in the second you think you've confused the ceiling and floor. The third room takes you into the forest, in the fourth you see strange mechanisms reminiscent memories of the machines of Leonardo da Vinci or medieval torture-like aggregates. And what do you think about a flying bed?
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