The Sala Silvermine is the Deepest Subterranean Hotel in the World

By: Meghan Young - Published: Oct 31, 2011 • References: & gizmag
For those who are currently in Sweden looking to extend their Halloween celebrations a little bit longer, or who simply want to indulge in some much-needed adventure, the Sala Silvermine hotel is happy to accommodate. As the world's deepest subterranean hotel to date, its cavernous surroundings provide just enough creepiness to make even the most stalwart of individuals shiver.

The Sala Silvermine hotel is named after the mine that is believed to have existed back in the Middle Ages. The Sala Silvermine is now home to a unique dining experience, museum, live theater and numerous exploration activities in addition to its lodging accommodations.

Located 155 meters below the earth's surface, the Sala Silvermine hotel is a maze of winding tunnels and deep cavities that can only be explored by the brave and not the claustrophobic. Stats for Creepy Cavernous Lodging Trending: Older & Average
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