Honeymoon Hotels: 5 of the World's Most Unique Properties

Posted by Adam Warner on Nov 16, 2012

If you're seeking a truly memorable honeymoon, don't just settle for a chain hotel. Instead, book a property that will deliver a honeymoon experience that you'll never forget. Read on to learn about five of the world's most unique hotels -- selections definitely worthy of your ultimate getaway.

Treehotel, Sweden

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This unique property offers contemporary treerooms set in the middle of a pristine forest in northern Sweden. Perhaps the most stunning design is a retro-looking UFO suspended high in the trees. The UFO -- one of five total treehouse rooms on the property -- is made of sustainable materials, has two floors of space, and can be accessed from a retractable staircase.

Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, Maldives

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The ultra luxurious resort features an underwater restaurant where guests can dine about 16 feet below the Indian Ocean. Meanwhile, this truly unique spot can also be converted into a guest suite. In addition to being surrounded by colorful coral, white-sand beaches, and millions of fish, the room is highlighted by arched plexiglass while the entrance area sports a spiral staircase.

Magic Mountain Lodge, Chile

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Like something straight out of a fairy tale, the cone-shaped resort appears like a mountain but with dormer windows, lush vegetation, and a stone facade. Located in the heart of the Huilo-Huilo nature reserve, the 13-room property features a waterfall that cascades from the roof and a suspended rope bridge used to enter the building.

Ice Hotel, Sweden

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A hotel built of ice and snow, the Ice Hotel is the first and the largest of its kind in the world. Top amenities include art suites designed by renowned ice artists from all over the world, plus a restaurant, bar, and lounge.

Kokopelli's Cave Bed & Breakfast, Farmington, NM

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Carved into the side of a sandstone cliff, this luxury hotel boasts cave-style rooms plus extraordinary views of Southwest terrain and breathtaking sunsets near Mesa Verde National Monument. The units are spacious and include Southwestern-style furniture and decor, a waterfall shower, and flagstone hot tub.

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