Why stay in a regular hotel when you can stay inside an empty wine casket, or an igloo that will melt as soon as the spring comes? These extraordinary hotels cost anywhere from $40,000 to $50 per night, and are located all over the world, but they all share the ability to provide you with a very unique story to tell. Read on to discover some of the world's most unusual hotels, perfect for anyone looking to get off the beaten path (and possibly into a coffin).

2. Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort, Finland

These picturesque igloos are located in Lapland, Finland, 150 miles north of the Arctic Circle. They offer unobstructed views of the Aurora Borealis and the surrounding winter wonderland, without the below-zero temperatures. Northern lights season runs from August 24th to the end of April, and the world will melt in 11 years if we don't put a stop to climate change, so catch these views while you still can.


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