Awesome places to sleep for people who are not afraid of heights

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Want to take your traveling sleeping game to a whole new level? Go up! There are some awesome ways to spend the nights while traveling. Getting to your room is a bit harder than usual sometimes but it’s definitely worth the view. One thing though, these places are not recommended for people who are afraid of heights.

Mirror cube, Sweden

We start a little close to the ground, In Harads, Sweden you can find the mirror cube, an exciting hideout among the trees that was built in 2010. The cube is 4x4x4 and consists of an aluminium frame around the tree trunk. The outside walls are covered with reflective glass. The six windows in the room provide you with a stunning all round view of the forest.

How to get into your room?

A little walk through gets you toa 12-meter long bridge that will lead you up to your room.

World’s tallest hotel

Big, bigger, biggest. That’s Dubai for you. No wonder this tall hotel is based in this flashing city in the Middle East. At a height of 355 metres, the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Dubai is the tallest hotel in the world. It is just 26 metres shorter than the Empire State Building in New York and 35 metres taller than the Eiffel Tower in.

Being the tallest hotel in the world isn’t enough for the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Dubai. On the website they provide us with more astonishing ‘big, bigger, biggest facts.’

  • All the knives, forks and crockery in the hotel would stretch across the length of 5,000 Rolls Royce limousines.
  • If stacked, all the glasses in the hotel would reach a height of 13 kilometres that’s 15 times higher than the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest structure.
  • The Dubai Ballroom in the JW Marriott Marquis has the largest LED screen in the UAE.
How to get in your room?

No bridges or long walks here, just an elevator. This is a luxury hotel of course.

Hanging around with condors

Sleeping in the tallest hotel of the world might seem dazzling, but what about sleeping on a 400 ft cliff in the Andes? Near Cuzco, Peru you can get a good night sleep in transparent pods hanging on a cliff. Constructed from aerospace aluminum and weather resistant poly carbonate, each 24 x 8 foot suite comes complete with four beds, a dining area and a private bathroom. From your bed you can see condors fly.

How to get into your room?

This is not an easy entrance. You will have to use a Via Ferrata (klettersteig) or hike and zip line to your room. So, not the best room to get to after a night of drinking.

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