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Looking at photos like these scares and fascinates me in equal doses. The sheer scale of these holes reminds you of just how tiny you are. In man’s search for mineral wealth, many enormous holes have been dug. In addition, nature occasionally produces some astounding holes. This list is a pick of the five most spectacular natural or manmade holes in the face of the earth. At last count, there were more than 170 known impact craters on our planet, according to the Earth Impact Database maintained by the University of New Brunswick in Canada. These puncture wounds are littered over every continent, as well as the seafloor.

This retired Soviet aircraft carrier “Kiev” was completely transformed into a luxury hotel in China. Now families can relax in this hunk of steel while checking out all of its weaponry and entertaining capture the pirate water show. In 1996 she was sold to a Chinese company, and has been part of Binhai Aircraft Park, a military theme park in Tianjin since 1 May 2004. In August 2011, the ex-Kiev began welcoming guests as its new role as a luxury hotel after a multimillion dollar refit.

In a small picturesque valley of Flims in Switzerland is conveniently located and hosts world’s first three PodHotel PodHouses. The hotel management is considering a full-extension due to the huge influx of skiing. Until the end of the season all the rooms already booked. Untouched alpine nature of Switzerland retained for centuries. The country’s authorities are trying to continue to protect the landscape and create a universal model for development of tourism with the lowest environmental impact.

Idaho will be a godsend for fans to travel to America. Among the amazing flora and fauna you can enjoy visiting national parks.The hotel, known as the Dog Bark Park Inn, which means “barking dog hotel” will give fans of unusual excitement interior and exterior hotel. Otel located in north central Idaho in Cottonwood. The famous symbol of the state – hound – has found its reflection in the construction of amenities in the form of the building looks like a great monument gonchey.

Creative adventurous design a new hotel Hotel Indigo, located in a respectable and colorful areas of the two adjoining districts of Shanghai – the colonial Bund and modern Pudong, invites visitors into a fascinating adventure. For the first time crossed the threshold of this institution, it is difficult to assume which of the “world” end up in the next minute …

Each of the 180 rooms of the unique hotel with experts from the architectural studio Hirsch Bedner Associates, equipped with four poster bed, decorated with bright lights, original furnishings, many pillows with Chinese motifs and Desktop featuring traditional Chinese landscapes.

At the same time, comfortable stay with a book or total relaxation in the unusual situation provided everywhere – from bedroom to bathroom with tall windows, opening gaze spectacular Shanghai skyline. Eclectic and design of private apartments and public areas combining minimalism, modern, futuristic shapes, and many recognizable elements of Chinese culture.

It combines luxury, comfort and at the same time, some sort of “home” simplicity sudden realization of creative ideas. Expensive materials and decor elements are combined with unpretentious decorating techniques in the form of murals depicting the busy streets of the district in which the hotel is located. Green spaces are alternated with psychedelic mural and organic, fluid forms of furniture that is integrated into the walls of the room.

A brand new hotel has opened in Madrid’s city center made entirely of waste, according to the Agence France Presse. The walls of the Beach Garbage Hotel, the brainchild of German artist Ha Schult, is made of materials found in landfills, the beaches and even flea markets. The five-room hotel, located in Plaza de Callao, was constructed to coincide with the annual International Tourism Fair held in Madrid.

The five-room hotel contains roughly 12 tons of garbage, including fishing nets, plastic bags, skateboards, clothing, old tires, and even a mannequin’s leg. The guest rooms are very simple and basic, with leaking roofs and torn sheets acting as curtains, but they do boast real furniture. The toilets are eco-friendly chemical commodes, and forget about washing off the day’s grime in this hotel: there are no showers.

The project is meant to show that, unless we make some major changes to the way we treat the world’s beaches, we will one day be surrounded by garbage wherever we go. In the words of Schult, “we create rubbish and we become rubbish. We must change the world before the world changes us.”

Each hotel has an exclusive design and is built for particular groups of guests. These are the world’s most amazing and unusual hotels.

1.Dog Bark Park Inn

This hotel is built in the shape of a beagle. The interior is also decorated with dogs.

2.Hamster Hotel

It seems that this French hotel was built for a huge hamster. For 99 euros per night each person can feel what it is like to be a hamster. Hotel guests can even run on the big hamster wheel.

3.Corona Save the Beach Hotel

This hotel designed by German architect HA Schult is located in Italy. It is made out of 12 tons of garbage found on European beaches. It features five rooms and reception.

4.9h Hotel

This is the first capsule hotel built in Japan in 1979. It doesn’t have rooms. It has only capsules.

5.Pavillon des Lettres Hotel

This is the world’s first hotel designed for art and literature lovers. It is located in France. The walls of each hotel room provide good sound insulation for guests to read books in complete silence.

Design of the hotel combines traditional colonial style and modern elements that make it unique and extremely beautiful. This new luxury hotel is called boutiqe hotel The Club and is placed in Singapore. Conceptual and extravagant it offer 22 22 distinctly unique rooms, a rooftop skybar with alfresco deck and a tapas bar on the ground floor.  The Club is Ministry of Design’s latest high design boutique hotel offering in the uber chic Club Street conservation area with 22 distinctly unique rooms, a rooftop skybar with alfresco deck and a destination F&B venue with a tapas bar on the ground floor. Conceptualizing The Club’s branding, MOD has orchestrated a unified design vision to all related collateral, signage and spatial environments. Targeted at the design and lifestyle savvy global nomad, The Club’s blend of sophisticated and comfortable design is at once distinctly local as it is cutting edge global.

All rooms combine traditional colonial design inspired elements together with sleek modern detailing, attitude and creature comforts – creating a colonial chic aesthetic. Unique layouts together with tailored artwork in each room make each of the 22 rooms distinct. MOD designed the artwork and famed local artist Wynlyn Tan implemented them in the hotel.Guests have the option of checking in at the ground level lobby or at the panoramic roof top Sky Bar, overlooking the Club Street conservation area and CBD. F&B areas designed by Jane Yeo include Lobby Lounge, Tapas Bar, and 2 private function rooms.

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