At Propeller Island City Lodge, every room is decorated by artists in a different theme. That concept isn't new, but Germany's Propeller Island takes the idea to the extreme.
The coffin room features two coffins, "In both coffins you can even slumber beneath closed lids! Exclusively connoisseur room for all those â€œNosferatusâ€ who cannot wait for that which awaits us all. Whosoever has second thoughts can creep to the bedplace below, safe within the labyrinth. Not only a unique experience for Gothic die-hards:an exquisite location on top of that!"
Or, ditch the coffin idea for a relaxing night in a cage, "Dual cages, situated in the centre of this spacious menagerie, rest on stilts measuring 1.5 meters tall and await applause from the neighbouring guest(s)."
Propeller Island City Lodge
1. Extreme-themed Hospitality - There is an opportunity to further the concept of themed hotels into more extreme and unusual concepts.
2. Dark Tourism - A trend of dark tourism is emerging where travelers seek experiences that include more unconventional and macabre experiences.
3. Subversive Getaways - There is an opportunity to tap into a market of travelers who seek subversive accommodations, such as sleeping in coffins and cages, for a unique and edgy experience.
1. Hospitality - There is an opportunity for the hospitality industry to capitalize on the trend of extreme-themed hotels and offer new and unconventional experiences to travelers.
2. Tourism - With the emergence of dark tourism, there is an opportunity for the tourism industry to curate and promote more unconventional and macabre travel experiences.
3. Art and Design - There is an opportunity for artists and designers to collaborate with the hospitality industry and create unique and immersive experiences for guests seeking subversive and extreme accommodations.