This Is The Most Mind Blowing Hotel You’ll Ever See. Visit If You Dare.

When you go to a hotel, the one thing you expect without thinking is to get a good night’s sleep. You’re certainly paying for it. Well, if that’s the case you DEFINITELY shouldn’t stay at the Propeller Island City Lodge. But if you’re looking for the most “unique” stay you’ll ever rack up on your credit card, check out these insane 31 outrageous rooms. Just don’t plan on sleeping there anytime soon. 😉

Get cosy: Three people can sleep in this bizarre room, which has terraced beds and all the surfaces tilted at angles to disorientate guests.

Round and round: This circular bed is on constant rotation so you have an ever changing view as you lie back and relax.

Old favourite: One of the original rooms, guests sleep in all-blue surroundings with no decor beyond glistening mirrors on the walls and ceiling .

Sleep like the dead: If you’ve ever wondered if a coffin is comfortable, then check in to this padded room which is designed to make you feel like you’re resting in peace.

One for couples: If you don’t fancy sleeping together for the night, you can use the pulley to lower the illuminated barrier between the bed halves.

Ever wondered what it’s like to live in a kaleidoscope? This room is covered entirely with mirrors and the hotel website warns: “caution, very sexy!”

There’s something creep about this room. Just can’t put my thumb on it.

Imagine never getting any sleep because you think someone’s watching you. Except it’s actually happening.

Well there’s a mirror above the bed…

If you’re looking for a “normal” room, this is probably it.

For some reason I’d never stop looking in the mirror. Amazing idea.

My dog NEEDS this.

Whoa, this is for the more adventurous among us. Got the guts?

Well I couldn’t fit on it, but it’s made to get cozy on.

(H/T: Huffington Post) Those were pretty amazing, but I’ll be pretty happy sleeping in my regular bed tonight. Especially when it’s not attached to the ceiling.

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