Why book a serviced hotel room when you can sleep in a car that has been mounted on a pole or even in a sewer pipe? You're beginning to squinch, but that's just beginner's level quirk.
Pictured: A woman tours the Ice Hotel in Sainte-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier, Quebec.Mathieu Belanger/ Reuters
In Bucharest, the Balea Lac Hotel, the interiors of which are completely made of ice, offers rooms that are pegged at -2 degrees Celsius. One of Moscow's micro hostels feature sleep boxes. Stockholm's Jumbo Hostel is essentially a Boeing 747-200 jumbo jet that has been converted into a 25-room hotel, with the cockpit made into a plush suite.
Who doesn't love a rolling, lazing Panda in a park? But now, you find them in a room. A South China hotel boasts of a Panda-costumed staff that will keep you company for as long as you want. It is slightly creepy hanging out with a giant animal next to you, but also weird good.
Off-beat and freakishly weird, these hotel spaces are clearly for the ones willing to step out of the box.
Pictured: Tourists prepare to sleep inside their room at the Balea Lac Hotel of Ice in the Fagaras mountains, 300km (184 miles) northwest of Bucharest.Radu Sigheti/ Reuters
Pictured: An employee dressed in a panda costume poses for a photo.China Daily/ Reuters
Pictured: A car, with an interior that has been converted into a bedroom, sits mounted on four-metre-high poles outside an Amsterdam hotel.Reuters
Tables and chairs made from blocks of salt are seen at the salt hotel on Uyuni salt lake.Reuters
Dasparkhotel hotel rooms are pictured in a public park in the Upper Austrian town of Ottensheim. The rooms are constructed from repurposed concrete drain pipes and can be booked anonymously on the internet.Reuters
Local Manager Gisela Olsson makes a bed in one of the standard rooms in the Jumbo Hostel at Arlanda Airport, Stockholm.Reuters
The Cabin is seen on the site of Treehotel in the Swedish village of Harads.Reuters
German designer Karl Lagerfeld poses at his hotel suite creation made of chocolate.Reuters
One of hundreds of Lego figures is seen by a pool in North America's first ever Lego Hotel.Reuters