The Most Bizarre Hotels in All States

The Silos at Seven Springs Lodge in Tuscumbia, AL

The grain silos at Seven Springs Lodge in Tuscumbia, AL, once symbols of rural America, now offer a unique lodging experience with galvanized sheet metal providing excellent temperature and humidity control for a cozy stay.

The Aurora Express in Fairbanks, AK

The Aurora Express Bed & Breakfast in Fairbanks, AK, features antique Alaska Railroad train cars with uniquely decorated suites, including campy paintings, plum-colored walls, and charming touches like cherub statues.

The Shady Dell Vintage Trailer Court in Bisbee, AZ

The Shady Dell Vintage Trailer Court in Bisbee, AZ, offers a retro experience with airstreams, trailers, a 1947 bus, and a Chris Craft yacht, all furnished with historically accurate décor, black and white TVs, record players, and a 1950s diner.

The Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, AR

Originally built in 1886 as a luxury resort, the Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, AR, has a haunted history, with strange paranormal experiences reported, including a baby face apparition and a ghost that tucks guests into bed at night.

Treebones Resort in Big Sur, CA

At Treebones Resort in Big Sur, CA, guests can experience the unusual "Human Nest," an artist-designed accommodation made of encircled tree limbs atop a wooden platform, providing a unique and beautiful view of the Pacific Ocean.

The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, CO

The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, CO, known as the inspiration for Stephen King's "The Shining," offers "Spirited Rooms" with advance booking, making it a must-visit destination, unless you prefer to avoid playing with ghostly little girls.

Winvian Farm in Litchfield Hills, CT

Winvian Farm in Litchfield Hills, CT, fulfills helicopter pilot dreams with a unique accommodation featuring a fully restored 1968 Sikorsky HH-3F Pelican Coast Guard helicopter embedded in the cottage, providing a cocktail hour pit and fuselage Netflix and chill.