Bizarre hotels: Sleep in a coffin or cliff-top yurt

Ever wanted to know what it was like to sleep in a coffin, an igloo or a cliff-top yurt? From renovated jumbo jets to converted schoolhouses, these nine unique hotel options offer something strange for everyone.

Treebones Resort
Treebones Resort
Location: Big Sur, Calif.
Rate: $169-$199 a night, including a breakfast of scrambled eggs, homemade granola and organic yogurt.

You may be sleeping in a cliff-top yurt under the stars, but it's a far cry from camping. The tent-like rooms all have wood floors, plush queen-sized beds and French doors that open to decks overlooking the ocean. Plus the hotel offers a heated pool, outdoor sushi bar and morning yoga sessions free of charge.


Source: Based on SmarterTravel's top picks.
By Jessica Dickler - Last updated November 11 2011: 10:26 AM ET
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