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Top 5 wackiest Places to Stay in the US ( & Canada too)

Want to make your next trip more interesting than the last? Check out these wacky hotels you might want to stay in.

Jules Undersea Hotel: I’m sure you have heard people say they would like to sleep under the stars. Well, what about sleeping underwater? At the Jules hotel this is definitely an option.  20 feet underwater lies two rooms that are only accessible by dive. Yes, I said dive. Put your bags in waterproof casing and grab your scuba tank, because that’s the only way you’re getting into your room. Don’t worry, in case you are not an avid swimmer, they offer scuba lessons. At $500 a night, you’ll get to sleep with the fishes and have the scuba staff bring you all your meals.  Pretty rad.

Free Spirit Spheres: Hanging like pendants in west coast rain forest in Vancouver Island, Canada, are the Free Spirit Spheres. Open 12 months out of the year, the owners are eager to show you what these gently swaying spheres have to offer through every season. Starting at $60 a night, these spheres are fully equipped with full sized beds, kitchenettes, and large windows for soaking in the sights of the forest while literally hanging out. If you’re not afraid of heights, and a little swaying here and there, this is a cool place to experience the ultimate tranquility.


Dog Bark Park Inn: If you love dogs, but are seriously allergic, here is your shot at enjoying them without the sniffles. For $86 a night, you can stay at the Dog Bark Park Inn located in Cottonwood, Idaho; Where dogs of all breeds and sizes, carved from wood, hang around. This one room bed and breakfast will make for the largest canine room you’ve ever stayed in. ever. The couple who own the hotel started it all by selling their wood carved canines on QVC. Their creations sold like hotcakes and they saved up their earning to make something even better: the Bark Park Inn. What was once a dream, is now a full on over-sized reality. “Here visitors will find us happily creating our art until, like the pine we use, life returns us to the earth.” says owners Dennis and Frances. Alrighty then, we’ll take it.


Wigwam Village Hotel: Placed gently off historic route 66, the next destination on our list is a mid century hipsters dream. The Wigwam Village Hotel in Holbrook, Arizona has been around since the 1950’s. Today, there are still classic cars sprinkled around the lot, as well as neon signs and colorful retro fonts. It’s as if this place is frozen in time. For $48 a night, you’ll get to sleep in a Wigwam (tee-pee), fitted with cable and AC. There is nothing a hipster could want more than to drive out to the desert and sleep in a tee-pee with internet access.

Out ‘N’ About Treesort:
 Lying on 36 acres of land in Cave Junction, Oregon is the Out ‘n’ About Tree-house Treesort. This 4-star myriad of luxury tree-houses is surely something to talk about, or stay in if you can. With 18 different designs to choose from, each tree-house features proper beds, kitchenettes and bathrooms. Some houses are even accessible only by way of swinging bridges or a network of zip-lines. Beginning at $80 a night, this is every child (and adults) dream come true.

If you’re feeling adventurous and open to just about  anything, check out these top 5 wacky hotels. Let us know how it goes.

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