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Could this be the world's creepiest hotel?

Could this be the world's cree...
Propeller Island City Lodge is an unusual hotel with "artistic" rooms that include flying beds and upside down fittings
Propeller Island City Lodge is an unusual hotel with "artistic" rooms that include flying beds and upside down fittings
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Propeller Island City Lodge is an unusual hotel with "artistic" rooms that include flying beds and upside down fittings
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Propeller Island City Lodge is an unusual hotel with "artistic" rooms that include flying beds and upside down fittings
The Coffin Room even allows guests to slumber beneath closed lids
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The Coffin Room even allows guests to slumber beneath closed lids
The Prison Cell Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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The Prison Cell Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
The Mirror Room gives guests the impression of being inside a kaleidoscope
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The Mirror Room gives guests the impression of being inside a kaleidoscope
The Upside Down Room is equipped with furnishings that hang from the ceiling
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The Upside Down Room is equipped with furnishings that hang from the ceiling
The Prison Cell Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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The Prison Cell Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
The Prison Cell Room with an exposed toilet in the center
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The Prison Cell Room with an exposed toilet in the center
The Mirror Room is laid out in a diamond shape and the central bed is completely surrounded by mirrors
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The Mirror Room is laid out in a diamond shape and the central bed is completely surrounded by mirrors
In the Upside Down Room guests sleep in comfortable boxes beneath the floorboards
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In the Upside Down Room guests sleep in comfortable boxes beneath the floorboards
This room instantly transport guests to a surreal fantasy land
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This room instantly transport guests to a surreal fantasy land
Re-created torture devices will make guests feel like they have stumbled into a terrifying horror film
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Re-created torture devices will make guests feel like they have stumbled into a terrifying horror film
The "blade" mechanism splits the bed into two singles
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The "blade" mechanism splits the bed into two singles
Themed Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Themed Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
The rooms and interior objects have all been created by the German artist Lars Stroschen
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The rooms and interior objects have all been created by the German artist Lars Stroschen
Dramatic Blue Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Dramatic Blue Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Dramatic Blue Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Dramatic Blue Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Technological Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Technological Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Technological Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Technological Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Wood themed Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Wood themed Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Strange Contraption Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Strange Contraption Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Strange Contraption Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Strange Contraption Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Strange Contraption Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Strange Contraption Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Grandma's Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Grandma's Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Grandma's Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Grandma's Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Crime Scene Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Crime Scene Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Crime Scene Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Crime Scene Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Green Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Green Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Themed bathroom at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Themed bathroom at Propeller Island City Lodge
Airport Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Airport Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Nature Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Nature Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Nature Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Nature Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Day Spa-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Day Spa-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Day Spa-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Day Spa-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Day Spa-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Day Spa-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Japanese-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Japanese-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Japanese-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Japanese-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Themed bathroom at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Themed bathroom at Propeller Island City Lodge
Themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Oriental-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Oriental-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Oriental-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Oriental-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Medical-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Medical-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Lion Cage-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Lion Cage-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Lion Cage-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Lion Cage-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Lion Cage-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Lion Cage-themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Creepy room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Creepy room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Creepy bathroom at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Creepy bathroom at Propeller Island City Lodge
The rooms and interior objects have all been created by the German artist Lars Stroschen
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The rooms and interior objects have all been created by the German artist Lars Stroschen
Themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
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Themed room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Chateau De Fougeret in Queaux, France
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Chateau De Fougeret in Queaux, France
This French castle which dates back to 1337 and is widely believed to be haunted
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This French castle which dates back to 1337 and is widely believed to be haunted
This French castle which dates back to 1337 and is widely believed to be haunted
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This French castle which dates back to 1337 and is widely believed to be haunted
Chateau De Fougeret in Queaux, France
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Chateau De Fougeret in Queaux, France
Chateau De Fougeret dates back to 1337 and is widely believed to be haunted
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Chateau De Fougeret dates back to 1337 and is widely believed to be haunted
Night tours are escorted by mediums for those interested in attempting to communicate with the other side
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Night tours are escorted by mediums for those interested in attempting to communicate with the other side
Night tours are escorted by mediums for those interested in attempting to communicate with the other side
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Night tours are escorted by mediums for those interested in attempting to communicate with the other side
Inside Chateau De Fougeret
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Inside Chateau De Fougeret
Inside Chateau De Fougeret
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Inside Chateau De Fougeret
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Located just outside the center of Berlin in Germany, Propeller Island City Lodge is an unusual hotel with "artistic" rooms that include flying beds and upside down fittings. The rooms and interior objects have all been created by the German artist Lars Stroschen, in an attempt to create a hotel that is a "living work of art". While sleeping in a coffin or a recreated dungeon might not be what you imagined a trip to Berlin to be like, the hotel no doubt leaves an impression and we thought it merited a mention on this Friday the 13th.

Propeller Island guests can choose from a collection 30 unusual rooms, each featuring a unique theme and experience. The rooms have been designed without limitations, varying from the tame to the extreme, and provide guests with the opportunity to alter their perspective of reality. Rooms with flying beds, crime scene tape or re-created torture devices are designed to make guests feel like they have stumbled into a horror film. While other tamer rooms instantly transport guests to Japan, New York or a surreal fantasy land.

Crime Scene Room at Propeller Island City Lodge
Crime Scene Room at Propeller Island City Lodge

Some of the hotel’s highlights include the Upside Down Room which is equipped with furnishings that hang from the ceiling, where guests sleep in comfortable boxes beneath the floorboards. The Mirror Room is laid out in a diamond shape and the central bed is completely surrounded by mirrors, giving guests the impression of being inside a kaleidoscope. The Prison Cell Room is exactly that, a re-created prison cell with an exposed toilet in the center of the room. While for those who might be curious about the after-life, the Coffin Room even allows guests to slumber beneath closed lids!

The Upside Down Room is equipped with furnishings that hang from the ceiling
The Upside Down Room is equipped with furnishings that hang from the ceiling

Due to the artistic nature of the rooms, guests are asked to treat the furnishings with care and not all rooms are fitted with an en-suite. In these cases guests have access to the hotel’s communal bathrooms located directly adjacent to the rooms. Prices at Propeller Island City Lodge start from US$100 per night.

Those looking for a real-life creepy experience might consider a day trip to Chateau De Fougeret in Queaux, France. This French castle, which dates back to 1337, will be open to the public from May 2012 and is widely believed to be haunted. Although it is not a hotel, visitors can walk the history-steeped halls and take photos that may contain the unexplained. Night tours are escorted by mediums for those interested in attempting to communicate with the other side [good luck with that - Ed].

Sources: Propeller Island City Lodge and Chateau De Fougeret

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