Spending nights in fantastic hotels is one thing everybody prefers but how about staying in unusual place?
Yes, you heard right WEIRD! There exist many unusual staying places and Denmark top the list of having these places. You can find a range of places fitting your budget. Every place has its own fun of staying there.
List of unusual places to stay in Denmark –
Have you ever thought of spending night in a beer can?? Maybe yes or maybe not. But there exist a place in Denmark in the camping area Skanderborghus with five minute walk to the festival site. The mini-bar is filled once a day with Royal Unibrew products. In this area, you can enjoy a pig delicious breakfast.
- Hotel CPHLIVING
This is a boat hotel and is located in Copenhagen city center. It has been decorated with a mixture of specially designed furniture and Danish furniture classics. All 12 rooms gives an extensive view of water and Copenhagen city center.
- DRAGSHOLM SLOT HOTEL
Dragsholm castle is one of the oldest in Denmark situated at the beautiful countryside of Odsherred. The name Dragsholm stands for “the islet by the drag”, and the “drag” depicts the isthmus, which connected Odsherred with entire Zealand before the reclaiming of Lammef jorden. Guests can enjoy the seasons, the sea, art and the castle’s fine drawing-rooms. This is a haunted castle with the Grey Lady and other friendly ghosts!
- SKANDINAVISK DYREPARK DJURSLAND- EASTJUTLAND
A natural wildlife park situated in the middle of Djursland. A lot of open space is available for animals as well as for people but animals always take center stage. Varieties of animals are seen rolling all around and when you are set to explore you will find many more animals sharing the place with you.
- DEN GAMLE ARREST- RIBE
The old jailhouse in Ribe is opposite the cathedral. It is amazing to know that the old prison cells have been transformed into charming furnished double bedrooms. Although it has been transformed into lavishing place but you can still sense the history of the building and a unique night stay.
- HORSES AND PRAIRIE WAGONS
This is totally an exotic experience to explore Denmark’s laid-back countryside on traditional prairie wagon. Only five members are allotted one wagon.
- HANSTHOLM LIGHTHOUSE, IN THY NATIONAL PARL
The lighthouse was built in 1843 and converted to electrical power in 1889. It was the first dioptric light in Denmark and for a while the world’s most powerful lighthouse.
The lighthouse is open to public and because of its height affords a breath taking view to the horizon, in all directions.
- MONGOLIAN YURT
This pretty campsite is just 20 km south of the coastal town of Skagen. It backs onto dunes and the beach. Therefore, this is the ideal place to stay outside in luxury on beautiful North Jutland coast of Denmark.
- CENTRAL HOTEL
This is the world’s smallest hotel situated above a tiny coffee shop. This cute one room hotel has given the whole new meaning to the phrase small luxury hotel.