AddressVorderreute 8, 87534 Oberstaufen, Germany
Phone+49 8386 375
Do you love wine? Like, really love wine? Like sleep in a wine barrel love wine? Then Ferienhof Wild is for you.
Nestled in the woods of the Schwarzwald, each self-contained wine barrel unit has twin beds, great views and a picnic basket of treats and - of course - wine. (Bathrooms are located in a separate barrel).
- Price: 156 euro for double occupancy
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AddressBürgermeister-Franz-Keller-Straße, 87459 Pfronten, Germany
Phone+49 8363 9259896
The Bavarian Alps are the perfect escape for thrill-seeking nature lovers and Waldseilgarten Höllschlucht is the ideal place to stay. To hang off of actually. That's right, this hotel has you resting peaceful as you dangle from a cliff. This sleeping perch provides great views at 6,600 feet up. Just call it the "Hotel of a 1,000 Stars“.
If this sounds altogether too terrifying, there are other (slightly-less-panic-inducing) options like a platform in the trees.
- Price: 250 euro per person per night
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AddressRheinstraße 31, 56179 Vallendar, Germany
Phone+49 261 66046
Try out the excitement of the high seas in the safety of the harbor in Bremen. The gallant Alexander von Humboldt with brilliant green sails is a star in its own right (the highest honor - German beer commercials). Built in 1906, it has 16 cabins with a combination of double beds and bunk beds plus private bathrooms. There is no reason to go ashore as dinner can be served on board.
- Price: Start at 39 euro per night
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Water towers punctuate many German skylines. The Hotel Im Wasserturm allows you to stay in one of the continent's largest, now almost 150 years old. This industrial space has been renovated to the height of luxury with 88 rooms. At the top, you can enjoy a panorama roof terrace for dinner, a drink or to simply admire the view.
- Price: Start at 130 euro per night
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AddressGraf-Zeppelin-Platz 1, 71034 Böblingen, Germany
Phone+49 7031 3069880
All things Auto decorate the V8 Hotel in Stuttgart. 34 themed rooms offer vintage cars, racing gear and even a drive-through cinema room. There are single, double and family rooms.
If literally sleeping in a car is not enough, Motorworld Stuttgart is right next door.
- Price: Start at 130 euro per night
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AddressJuliusstraße 1-7, 22769 Hamburg, Germany
Phone+49 40 807915820
Traveling can be exhausting and sometimes you just want to crash at your friend's house. Your stylish, clean, super cool friend's house. Superbude knows just what you are looking for. Design at a discount with two locations in St. Georg and St. Pauli near the Reeperbahn.
Lounge in a wheelbarrow-chair, fall into your stylish room, crawl in late for the all-you-can-eat breakfast til noon (or just nab what you need from the supermarket fridge like a local Astra beer) and clean up with the complimentary washing machines and detergent. You might not even need to leave the hotel as they have an active concert and event calendar.
- Price: Doubles from 60 euro per night
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Address77977 Rust, Germany
The park has five four-star themed hotels. Keep it regal in Roman-style Hotel Colosseo that takes after the Colosseum, go Americana at Bell Rock, try quaint Portuguese at Santa Isabel, venture back to the Middle Ages with Castillo Alcazar, or stay in an elegant Spanish finca feel at El Andaluz. Many of the hotels feature spas, restaurants and bars as well as their exotic ambiance.
- Price: Rooms start at 105 euro per night
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AddressKulturinsel Einsiedel, 1, 02829 Neißeaue, Germany
Phone+49 35891 49113
Located just outside Görlitz, the Baumhaus Hotel delivers on the promise of its name (that translates to "treehouse"). Satisfying every big kids' dream (and kids' with the Kinderbaumhaus), there are five different dream houses to choose from. Accommodations are basic, but allow you to dream big.
- Price: Tree houses start around 230 euro per night
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Berlin's quirky, wonderful and weird accommodations deserve a list all of their own. Find out where you can sleep in a coffin or a cage, explore the DDR past or live the highlife of 1920 glamour.