For your next trip, do you dream of spending an exceptional stay? During a trip, do you want to escape the stress of everyday life? Why not visit an Asian country, more precisely Thailand? This Southeast Asian country offers atypical experiences that will punctuate your stay. Since accommodation is an important part of a trip, why not exchange traditional hotels for more unusual accommodation? Below is a selection of the most unusual hotels in the country. Something to suit all tastes and ages.
The River Kwai Jungle Rafts Resort
The architecture and style of the hotel often go unnoticed by visitors. Fatigue is quickly felt after days of excursions, discovery or hiking. Indeed, once you arrive at the hotel, it is no longer time to discover or admire the architecture. But if you want to travel differently by opting for exceptional accommodation and not like the others, Thailand has many unusual hotels. Among them is the River Kwai Jungle Rafts Resort. He is in the middle of the jungle on the Kwai River. It is only 60 km from the city of Kanchanaburi.
You can recharge your batteries after discovering the many attractions of the city. The hotel offers you an exceptional and breath-taking setting. Indeed, it is surrounded by greenery and you can spend quiet days there, far from the hustle and bustle of the city. In addition to its bamboo rooms overlooking the river, the hotel also has a bar where you can have a drink while listening to the sound of the jungle and looking at the starry sky. It is a small natural paradise that also offers activities such as traditional shows (on Mondays), elephant rides or exploring the caves and waterfalls that are found in the region.
Bangkok Tree House
During your stay in Thailand, you will probably spend a few days visiting its capital, Bangkok. The city is best known for its richly decorated sanctuaries and lively streets. If you wish to stay in an atypical setting during your stay in the city, one of the best hotels to choose is undoubtedly the Bangkok Tree House. It is far from the city, on the island of Bang Kachao. It is an artificial island that is also known as Bangkok’s green lung.
The island is therefore an ideal place to recharge your batteries in a calm environment, in the heart of nature. If you are a nature and animal lover, you will surely love the hotel. Bangkok Tree House has a dozen rooms nestled in trees. The rooms (also called “nests”) and other infrastructures are built with bamboo (walls, floors, ceilings…). For your information, the hotel accepts dogs. So you can come with your four-legged friend to share your adventures.
The Library, on the island of Ko Samui
With an area of 228.7 km², Ko Samui Island is the second largest island in the country. It is best known for its dream beaches, its tropical forest and the famous Wat Phra Yai temple, which houses a golden Buddha statue more than 12 metres high. It is usually necessary to spend a few days on the island to discover all its places of interest. How would you like to end a busy day by relaxing in the seductive setting of Chaweng Beach?
With its sober but sophisticated design, “The Librairie” offers a unique setting. You will find villas, studios and suites that are discreetly scattered in lush vegetation. Among the hotel’s strong points is its unusual swimming pool. Indeed, its red colour brings a more artistic touch to the complex and contrasts wonderfully well with the environment. As its name suggests, the hotel concept is also based on a library. Sober and peaceful, it offers a certain harmony. It should be noted that its collection consists of more than 1,400 books that you can, of course, borrow during your stay at the hotel.