Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Unusual Hotel

Out'N'About Treehouse Treesort
Takilma, Ore.
Rates: $250 a night for four
Sleep 32 feet off the ground. Me Tarzan. You Jane. The owners waged an eight-year battle to get treehouses recognized as real "hotels."

Dog Bark Park Inn

Cottonwood, Idaho
Rates: Starts at $92 a night/double occupancy
Their motto: "Where sleeping in the dog house is a good thing." Guests of the Dog Bark stay inside of a wooden dog that the hotel claims is the world's biggest beagle, at 35 feet tall.

Quaker Square
Akron, Ohio
Rates: Starts at $95 a night/double occupancy
The converted silos once held 1.5 million grain bushels. Sleep in the round rooms where your breakfast was once stored.

McMenamins Kennedy School Hotel
Portland, Ore.
Rates: $110 a night/double occupancy
The hotel, with rooms featuring blackboards, is a converted elementary school that originally opened in 1915. You won't get in trouble for drinking a single-malt in class.

Jules Undersea Lodge
Key Largo, Fla.
Rates: $550 a night/double occupancy
Guests take the plunge — literally. Scuba dive 21 feet to your room in the form
er underwater laboratory, and sip a
glass of wine and look out the window onto the undersea world.


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