If you’re going to take a trip across America, then you might as well do it in style, right? That’s what we thought. If you want to brighten up your trip, then be sure to check out some of the quirkiest hotels across the US.
This is more than just a hotel. Winvian is actually a collection of cottages that all come with their own theme. The gold cottage looks normal on the outside while the inside is filled with uneven floors to resemble a miniature golf course. The beaver lodge is exactly as it sounds, and the helicopter lodge is a room that’s been made from a renovated helicopter.
Wigwam Village, Arizona
Every inch of this hotel has been retro-fied as much as possible. The rooms are giant wigwams, but that’s just part of the fun. The hotel is also littered with retro cars and neon signs at every turn to try and help visitors feel as though they have taken a step back in time. Thankfully, you don’t have to go without luxuries with a stay at Wigwam Village.
Out’n’About Treehouse Treesort, Oregon
Treehouses are a great way to take in some of the quirkiest hotels, and the Out’n’About Treehouse Treesort is no exception. There are 18 designs on offer that all come with their own unique additions. In fact, some of the rooms are only accessible from ziplines and swinging trees, while others have built-in skylights or other additions.
Dog Bark Park Inn, Idaho
If a giant welcome arch isn’t quirky enough, then stepping inside a room at the Dog Bark Park Inn in Idaho should help to fulfill your need. Everything that can be shaped into a dog is – including the beagle-shaped room. The bathroom is even a giant fire hydrant while the rooms are finished with dog cookies and a canine theme throughout.
El Cosmico, Texas
If you want to break away from the rest of the world while staying in one of the quirkiest hotels across the US, then you might want to check-in to El Cosmico in Texas. Rooms come in all shapes and sizes, including scout tents, vintage trailers, safari tents, and yurts. There is a hammock grove when you want to hang out with the other guests and wood-fired hot tubs for when you want to break away and relax.
The Peabody, Tennessee
This is no ordinary establishment. The Peabody is actually a four-star hotel that is rich with tradition. Each day at 11am and 5pm, people gather to watch the “Duckmaster” do their thing. Yes, the ducks are led through the hotel – on a red carpet – to the fountain in the middle of the hotel and have been since 1932.
If you’re going to take a trip across the States, then you might as well do it in style. Staying in some of the quirkiest hotels across the US is sure to give you an American experience that’s unlike any other in the world. Why head on vacation like everyone else?