Caves You Can Actually Stay In Around the World

From New Mexico to Australia, these man-made and natural cave hotels are astonishing


Staying at a unique hotel with breathtaking views of otherworldly landscapes is many vacationers’ dream that can easily become a reality. The location and accommodations of certain lodgings may even astonish the most experienced travelers.[slideshow:87046]

When four boring walls, a large bed and a mini-bar fridge are acceptable but not exciting, use your imagination and book a cave. Not all underground rooms are equal. Some are luxurious, while others are very basic. In any case, they all have their own unique history and mystery.

The advantages of staying in a cave room are numerous – no humidity, constant cool temperature, serenity and calmness, and no crowds or loud noises.

Some of the caves on the list have been used to shoot movies. Star Wars fans are going to love Hotel Marhal in Tunisia. The adrenaline-seekers will like Sala Silvermine because it’s the deepest hotel room in the world at 500 feet underground. Those who can’t go to Sweden can travel to Arizona to stay in the Grand Canyon Caverns, also known as at the “largest, deepest, darkest, oldest, quietest motel room in the world.”

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