#1 Harry Potter Hotel, London
Whether you’re a Potter maniac or just a muggle who wants a glimpse into the life of the wizarding world, the Georgian House hotel, a 163-year-old property near Victoria Station, has rooms that replicate the famous chambers at Hogwarts.
The Potter styled rooms are furnished with trunks, potion bottles, cauldrons and spell books.
Bonus: Guests also get to have a walking tour of central London landmarks from the films and a trip to the Warner Bros Studio for The Making of Harry Potter Tour – your kids will definitely love this!
Your little airplane aficionados would go crazy staying in Costa Verde’s 727 Fuselage suite! This refurbished 1965 Boeing 727 airframe has been resurrected into a unique jumbo hotel suite!
It is properly nestled on to the edge of the National Park in Costa Verde and is perched on a 50-foot pedestal. At this height, you will enjoy scenic ocean and jungle views from the hard wood deck built atop the plane’s former right wing.
This fully outfitted, meticulously detailed, two bedroom suite jets out from the jungle canopy, affording you views that will make you feel like you’re flying.
The plane’s interior is Costa Rican teak paneling from the cockpit to the tail. Furnishings are hand-carved, teak furniture from Java, Indonesia.
The abode features two air conditioned bedrooms–one with two queen sized beds and the other with one queen sized bed, each with its own private bath—a flat screen TV, a kitchenette with microwave, dining area foyer; an ocean view terrace; a private entrance up a river rock, spiral staircase, and 360 degrees of surrounding gardens.
#3 Eden Hotel (Batcave room), Taiwan
Here’s a hotel you need to check in to if you’re headed to Kaohsiung, Taiwan for a getaway. Eden Hotel‘s done up a suite all Batcave-like, for your kids to live out those fantasies of becoming Bruce Wayne.
Bat silhouettes are a recurring theme in this room’s motif, and included for greater feel’s a Batmobile-like dummy car and a glimpse of Gotham above your bed.
#4 The Cockpit Suite at the Jumbo Stay Hotel, Stockholm
Located at the airport just north of Stockholm, the Jumbo Stay Hotel’s Cockpit Suite is everything your future pilot would want in a hotel room.
Hop onboard a real jumbo jet, and see how it’s been transformed into a double room with a private shower and toilet. Stare out the cockpit window into the starry night and watch the sunrise, all from the pilot’s seat.
Giraffe Manor is owned by The Safari Collection and is an exclusive boutique hotel, set in 12 acres of private land within 140 acres of indigenous forest in the Langata suburb of Nairobi.
The most fascinating thing about Giraffe Manor is its herd of resident Rothschild giraffe who visit morning and evening, poking their long necks into the windows in the hope of a treat, before retreating to their forest sanctuary.
As one of Nairobi’s most iconic buildings, Giraffe Manor has extraordinary appeal, that harks back to the 1930s when European visitors first flocked to East Africa to enjoy safaris.
With its stately façade, elegant interior, verdant green gardens, sunny terraces and delightful courtyards, guests often remark that it’s like walking into the film Out of Africa: indeed, one of its six suites is named after the author Karen Blixen.
Giraffe Manor can be booked for the night or as part of a complete tailor-made safari with The Safari Collection.
Perhaps the most elusive hotel room in all the world, the Cinderella Castle Suite, located on the fourth floor of Cinderella’s Castle in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, is truly the stuff dreams are made of.
Only 650 feet, the suite has two queen canopied beds, an ornate fireplace, small stained-glass windows, a 17th-century portrait of the princess that transforms into a flat-screen TV, and — of course — Cinderella’s glass slipper carefully placed in one of the foyer’s coves. A garden tub and shower can also be found in the suite.
#7 Wanderlust Hotel, Singapore
The top floor of boutique Wanderlust hotel, nicknamed ‘Creature Comforts’ by fFurious offers friendly monsters as
companions to fellow guests.
Featuring 9 loft rooms with five varying themes – ‘Bling’, ‘ASCII’, ‘Space’, ‘Tree’ and ‘Typewriter’, you get to wander through a surreal fairyland to discover a giant monster holding up room lights in one room, a forest tree stuffed with friendly creatures in another, or a floor-to-ceiling rocket with friendly aliens or a giant typewriter.
Along the corridors, specially crafted lanterns cast shadows of monsters on the walls.
Named Melody, this sphere room hangs suspended in the middle of the forest. The walnut interior has a spacious open living concept. She has 5 windows, including a sky light, a small sink, cupboards with dishes, purified water and everything you need for making tea and coffee.
There’s bench seats under the large windows and two tables that fold down to make work stations. Electrically heated with a murphy bed that comes out of the back wall (and a comfy duvet covered double bed), this setting is perfect for couples who crave for a quiet getaway.