For a getaway many prefer a sunny location with an spectacular view; however, the Sala Silver Mine hotel offers a more profound experience by taking guests 155 feet below ground. Once Sweden's largest silver mine, this place is now a extravagant underground retreat.
Accessed through a mine life shaft, these chilly rooms consist of a fancy double bed and shiny silver furniture. To keep visitors entertained there are two large dining rooms, and big metallic chandeliers, candle holders and silvery surfaces that maintain the atmosphere alive and animated. Additionally, there are activities like cave diving in 35 degree Fahrenheit water. Outside, guests can also find wire adventure tracks.
The Sala Silver Mine hotel took ten years to be constructed, which is the time that it took to carve out the bedrooms. For those looking for a new adventure, this unusual accommodation might be an unexpectedly deep trip into luxury and fun.
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