9 over the Top and Wacky Hotel Rooms and Suites ...


Modern hotels can be sterile and somewhat lacking imagination but there are some amazingly wacky hotel rooms around the world.

Sometimes they are hidden behind conventional facades and come as a total surprise;

other times they are just one part of a whole themed hotel that just screams OTT.

Whatever your passion or inspiration, there’s bound to be wacky hotel rooms that attract you.2

Take a look at some of my favorites.

1. The Caveman Room

The Caveman Room

The Madonna Inn in San Luis Obispo, California has a whopping 110 wacky hotel rooms, every one with a crazy, OTT theme.

How about the Caveman Room?

Like something out of the Flintstones, the room is carved out of solid rock and strewn with animal prints and even has a rock pond.

You can certainly let your inner prehistoric cave girl free - just don’t let your man drag you into the waterfall stone shower by your hair!

2. 1950's Suite

1950's Suite

There are 6 OTT hotel suites at the Victoria Mansion in Los Alamos, California – the Pirate suite, the French Suite, the Gypsy Suite, the Roman Suite, and the 50's Suite.

With the current passion for all things retro, the 50's suite is a charm.

You sleep in an authentic Cadillac bed and the suite comes with a hot tub, fireplace and private bathroom where the sink is set into a car hood.

Neon signs illuminate the walls and there’s a giant movie screen with projector, so if you want to make like a drive-in movie date night, the setting is perfect.

3. Venice Suite

Venice Suite

Do you dream of a trip to romantic Venice but can’t afford it?

The next best thing then, is the Venice Suite at the Destination Inn in Idaho Falls.

Complete with columned porticoes, decorated with murals of the city, and having a gondola shaped bathtub under a balutsraded bridge, the suite is the epitome of Venetian elegance.

There are 14 wacky hotel rooms at the Destination Inn, each dedicated to a separate location, including Thailand, Athens and The Congo.

The Nautilus Suite
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