Up for a quirky stay?
To escape the gray and gloomy atmosphere of fall, what could be better than an extended weekend stay in an unusual location? The HomeToGo vacation rental website has identified a number of surprising accommodation offers all over Europe that are worth the trip. An air pilot’s cabin in Stockholm, Sweden: In the Swedish capital, a passenger airplane has been chartered to accommodate tourists in search of a unique nighttime spot. The cockpit has been transformed into a two-person bedroom suite with free Wi-Fi and private bathroom.
A cupcake shop in Paris: In Paris’s iconic Montmartre district, the owner of a cupcake boutique rents out her establishment for overnight stays. Lucky guests will be offered some of the owner’s pastry creations during their stay. An ice castle in Lapland, Finland: Every winter, the Snowcastle is rebuilt to welcome visitors that dream of spending a unique evening. The room is made of ice and can accommodate up to five people. Single rooms and suites are also aavailable and sleeping bags are supplied with each bed. A recording studio in Paris
In the 11th arrondissement of the French capital, a recording studio is available to holiday seekers for couples or friends. The bed is set in the middle of the studio and guests sleep surrounded by musical instruments and mixing tables. It also includes a bathroom.
A sailboat in Amsterdam
Anchored on one of Amsterdam’s many canals, visitors can rent out this entire sailboat. It includes 11 bedrooms, four bathrooms and can accommodate up to 30 guests. Travelers will have the privilege of visiting the Dutch capital from the water thanks to a tour of the canals. The sailboat contains a common room equipped with a television, a stereo system and a draft beer machine.
An entire sailboat is for rent on one of Amsterdam’s many canals
A cupcake boutique in Paris for a unique experience
A bedroom suite in an airplane cockpit
A recording studio transformed into a bedroom