Propeller Island City Lodge
Named one of the world’s “weirdest” hotels, the Propeller Island City Lodge is located in Berlin, Germany, and is the brainchild of German artist Lars Stroschen.
Most people go to a museum to enjoy the exhibits and leave. This is not the case at the City Lodge. If you’ve ever dreamed of sleeping in a museum, this could very well be your opportunity.
City Lodge has some of the most unique rooms you’ll ever see. Whether you see it as a museum or hotel, what surrounds you is nothing short of amazing.
The City Lodge’s website boasts the space as being a “habitable work of art,” adding the hotel, “attracts everyone into its gravitational field and continues to inspire guests long afterwards. City Lodge is a magnet for creative individuals, those weary of consumption, those who see things differently, philosophers and seekers of perspective and vision. Frequented by personalities from around the globe, this vision machine is a much-desired shooting site for photo sessions and video clips.”
This hotel is definitely for the traveler who steps outside of the box. Although the rooms are quirky with some being down- right odd, there’s something for everyone to get their “experience” on.
Lars Stroschen would love for you to come and stay at his place; however, they do warn visitors to be careful when they stay. Remember you are spending time surrounded by priceless pieces of audio-visual creations that are delicate one-of-a-kind art treasures.
One of City Lodge’s highlights is this diamond-shaped room designed to give the visitor the impression of living in a kaleidoscope. This room is for those looking to get their sexy back.
The Propeller Island City Lodge may be the main attraction, but don’t forget Propeller Island has it’s own gallery. Directly connected to the hotel, visitors will find unique furnishings, art, and others artistic goodies all created by artist Lars Stroschen so you can leave with a piece or two to remind you of your unique hotel experience.