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Lodging: Bizarre

Do you know of an exotic hotel or other lodging that should be included here? Send me the details.

FantaSuite Hotels.  U.S.A. 

"From the ancient land of Caesar's Court to the futuristic Space Odyssey, let our FantaSuite Suites transport you to the world of your dreams.
 
Each is a unique experience, an adventure, a romantic retreat designed to completely immerse you in the getaway of your choice.

Every FantaSuite Suite includes a spacious whirlpool spa, one or more color televisions, customized furnishings and other amenities."   Comment:  Some of these suites are very clever and compete directly with the Madonna Inn, but others look like standard motel rooms with bad paint jobs.  Take the panoramic tour of the rooms before you make your reservations.

The Madonna Inn.  U.S.A. 

"A landmark on California’s Central Coast for over forty-five years! The world-renowned Madonna Inn offers 108 rooms, uniquely decorated with a special theme and color scheme, no two alike! Enjoy your favorite meal in our Copper Café & Pastry Shop or Alex Madonna’s Gold Rush Steak House. Dance the night away in the Silver Bar Cocktail Lounge. Shop in one of our three specialty stores: Classic Gourmet and Wine Shop, “My Favorite Things” Boutique, and The Brass Tower Men’s Clothing Store. Indulge in a bit of pampering in the Whispering Hills Massage Center. We welcome your visit to our first-class resort located halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles."  Comment:  This description hardly does The Madonna Inn justice. If you really want to see why The Madonna Inn is listed here tour their rooms at: http://www.madonnainn.com/tour/index.asp. I especially like the caveman room.  Their Web site doesn't mention their main building men's restroom urinal which is a waterfall.


 
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