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About this article: The Wackiest Hotels in The US: Amazing hotels

Some hotels become known as wacky hotels because of the outrageous services and amenities they offer. While still offering quality service, the management might give their guests a unique experience and out of the ordinary factors that are classified as wacky.

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The wackiest hotels in the US
Kokopelli's Cave, New Mexico, Mexico (aka Cliffhanger cottage)

This hotel has just a solitary room, which is outside a cliff nearly 280 feet above the New Mexico Desert. You can access the B&B through a vertiginous footpath via a clifftop which is 70 feet over, with minimal handrails to prevent you from taking a plunge into the River Plata. However, the prize for getting up there is a beautiful view of the desert, covering Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado

Dog Bark Park Inn, Idaho

You must've seen those invitations by hotels to come stay in their places, and this must be the best of them all! 'Come and stay in the world's biggest beagle!' Driving into the unassuming Cottonwood, Idaho the hotel stands up as a 2 floor B&B mutt with a sunshine - less entrance, a nice comfortable queen - size bed in the tummy, an upper - storey room in the head and a reading - corner in the muzzle! Neat, isn't it?

Hotel Woodpecker, Sweden

If you don't consider this as the wackiest hotel around, then this should be given the title of the smallest hotel ever! Situated nearly 43 feet over the ground in a huge oak tree in Vasteras, Hotel Woodpecker is a dream come true for those of you who love treehouses. It has a sole bed, a kitchen, yard and, quite kindly, a bathroom! You are supposed to make your way up to your 'room' by ladder, which is taken away during the night. Meals are served on a basket which comes with a pulley!

Hostel Celica, Slovenia

Hostel Celica was formerly a military prison, which was used by the Austro - Hungarian empire. This was also used by the Yugoslav army till Slovenia gained independence in 1991. This should rank as the only hotel with barbed wire and graffiti painted on the walls and bars are used for the windows to simulate the 'jail' effect. Regardless of this, it is Ljubljana's hip hotel, the 20 rooms (cells) re - designed by some reputed artists!

Undara Lava Lodge, Australia

Acquired from the Queensland Railway Authority in '89 and moved to a gum - shaded station located 180m south - west of Cairns, the Lodge's marvelously refurbished railway - carriage rooms were the discoveries of Gerry Collins, part of the fourth - generation of the first set of families to acquire permanent status on the edge of the Savannah Gulf. You can have your meals in the dining care or surrounding the campfire, with the stars above you for company.
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