The group that deserves the most attention are hotels, which with their architecture and appearance can attract tourists from the furthest corners of the world.
For example, the ice hotel built in Sweden. It is not just an ordinary place to stay. It is a unique tourist attraction. Although the time of “operation” of the hotel is not long (it melts at the end of April), its unusual offer is used by tens of thousands of people every year. Sweden leads the way when it comes to building unusual hotels, it has on its territory, for example, a hotel in an airplane or in the form of a hut without access to electricity, running water and all comforts.
Another group of hotels are those of extraordinary standard. The most expensive hotels in the world are characterized not only by an unusual architectural form and location, but also the incredible splendor and panache with which they were decorated. The most expensive hotels in the world include the Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi, the Ritz in Sharm El Sheikh or the Burj al-Arab in Dubai. One night in such hotels can cost up to tens of thousands of dollars (a night at the President Wilson Hotel in Geneva costs 65,000 dollars).