Most Bizarre Hotels in the World

1. Hotel Kakslauttanen, Finland

It’s hard enough to pronounce “Kakslauttanen” while sober—don’t even think about attempting it after a shot of Finlandia vodka. We do, however, recommend a few glasses of the stuff to keep warm while staying at this Finnish resort near the North Pole.

Hotel Kakslauttanen, Finland

The futuristic glass igloos guarantee unrestricted views of the aurora borealis from the comfort of your zebra-striped bed; the phenomenon turns the night sky dazzling shades of green, red, and blue from late August to April.

Hotel Kakslauttanen, Finland

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Denmark’s Wave Building

The architects of this “Wave” building in Denmark describe it as resembling waves during the day, and mountains in the evenings. Me? I think it looks like a camel caught in quick-sand, with only its two humps poking through.

Whatever it looks like, it’s just won a LEAF award for residential building of the year—which must be pleasing for its 140 apartments’ tenants.

Thnx.