This Hotel In Bolivia Is One Of A Kind... All Because Of What Was Used To Build It
May 29, 2014
The Palacio de Sal hotel in Bolivia was built from one million 35cm blocks of a common household ingredient.
Imagine staying in a hotel made entirely of salt, from the walls to the beds. It's bound to leave you a little thirsty.
The Bolivian resort has 16 rooms, a dining room and a bar - and you can guess what they are made of too.
Even the furniture is made of salt.
So the hotel strictly enforces a "no licking of the walls and furniture" rule.
At least there is little chance of hungry guests running out of seasoning...
Especially as the menu is even salt-themed.
And if you're feeling down, you can make use of the saunas and steam rooms...
And, of course, salt baths...
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