I'll be honest; the conceits of some of these hotels are so extreme, I'm not sure I'd really even want to stay in them. From rusty lofted cars to beds made of ice, Reuters has dug up some of the strangest hotels in the world:
A car, with an interior that has been converted into a bedroom, sits mounted on 12-foot-high poles outside an Amsterdam hotel. Italian artist Federico D'Orazio turned the small family car into a cosy love nest to encourage more love in the city of Amsterdam. (Robin van Lonkhuijsen/Reuters)
In Boston, Chicago, and Philadelphia, an informal code allows residents to claim a parking space after shoveling it out. But the practice is often at odds both with the law and with the mores of changing neighborhoods.