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4 Unique Holiday Accommodations

Going on a vacation is about more than just leaving town. You want your stay to be special in every way possible. For a truly memorable holiday, forgo the usual hotel room and try one of these distinctive options instead.


Stay on a Boat
Try boat cabin lodging Key West FL for a truly unique experience. During the day, you can stay put or set sail. At the dock, lounge around on the deck, explore the waterfront or head into town. If you prefer more action, go snorkeling or have the captain give you a sailing lesson. At night, let waves gently rock you to sleep.

Climb a Tree
There are numerous treehouse hotels in the U.S., from Oregon to the Carolinas. Each property is distinct: One treehouse lodging is accessible only by river; others have ziplining on the property. The one thing they all have in common is an incredible view. Most locations are densely forested, though some coastal options look over the ocean. Amenities and activities help you enjoy the natural setting and remote environment: spend your days hiking, your evenings around the campfire and your nights stargazing.

Live in a Glass House
There may be no better way to savor the northern lights than by gazing through the glass ceiling of your room while you snuggle warmly in bed. Several Arctic locations are exploring a relatively new category of accommodation called the aurora hotel. Choices include cabins, insulated yurts and glass igloos; all feature see-through ceilings and walls designed for optimal views of the aurora borealis. Because they are in such frigid locations, many also include hot tubs and saunas.
Sleep Underwater
Many tropical islands boast luxurious over-water bungalows. For a more extravagant experience, stay underwater. Most underwater hotels offer multilevel suites, where living spaces look out over the water while bedrooms immerse you into the reef, lagoon or aquarium. For a completely underwater adventure, book your own lavish submarine, which can be moved to wherever you choose.

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