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From glass igloos to living museums: 15 of our more unique customer properties

  Posted in SiteMinder Turns 15

With tens of thousands of hotels located across 150 countries around the world, we love that every one of the properties we work alongside is different

As part of our 15th birthday celebrations, below is a selection of 15 of our more unique SiteMinder customers.


Kakslauttanen, Arctic Resort (Saariselkä, Finland)

A family-run group of igloos and cabins in Finnish Lapland, Kakslauttanen is an ideal place
to admire the northern lights, 250 kilometres north of the Arctic circle.


V8 Hotel (Böblingen, Germany)

Featuring 26 specially-themed rooms for automotive enthusiasts, the V8 Hotel
features a test drive program and beds made from real cars.


Pumphouse Point (Tasmania, Australia)

Poised on a glacial lake and surrounded by century-old myrtle forests, Pumphouse Point
is a mysterious gem where beauty grinds time to a halt, for quiet awe, calm and reconnection.


Hostel Celica (Ljubljana, Slovenia)

After serving as a military prison for more than 100 years, 80 artists from around the world
helped to restore and renovate the building in 2001, transforming it into a hostel.


Antantara Al Jabal Al Akhdar Resort
(Green Mountain, Oman)

Two hours’ drive inland from Muscat, on the fabled Green Mountain, Al Jabal Al Akhdar Resort
offers dramatic panoramic views across the canyon from its uniquely elevated location.


500 Rai Resort
(Surat Thani, Thailand)

With zero wifi, and a variety of experiences to help guests get in touch with the elements,
500 Rai Resort is the ideal environment to reconnect with the natural world.


Museum Hotel
(Cappadocia, Turkey)

The world’s first “living museum” concept hotel, the property displays examples of
historical monuments from the Hittite, Roman, Seljuk and Ottoman periods.


Good Hotel (London, UK)

As part of a global hotel brand on a mission, 100% of Good Hotel’s profits go directly to
educating children and retraining locals to provide them jobs in hospitality.

Gondwana Reserve (Herbertsdale, South Africa)

Four hours from Cape Town, Gondwana Reserve offers awe-inspiring views of the
Langeberg and Outeniqua Mountains, with a touch of giraffe, hippo, cheetah and zebra thrown in too.


Pioneertown Motel
(California, USA)

Dating from 1946, this rustic desert motel was a former movie set built by famed actor Roy Rogers.
Rumour has it Gene Autry played poker until sunrise in Room #9.


Casona Sforza
(Oaxaca, Mexico)

After years of inspiration, planning, sketches and modifications, Casona Sforza was born, with
earthquake-proof arches said to improve air circulation and help positive energy to flow to the suites.


Cuevas la Granja (Granada, Spain)

A restored collection of cave suites, Cuevas la Granja has been originally crafted
to blend seamlessly into the natural landscape around it.


Amberley Castle (Arundel, UK)

Enclosed by a 60ft high curtain wall which is flanked by a twin-tower gatehouse,
Amberley Castle, located in the West Sussex countryside, is steeped in over 900 years of history.

Bay Point Landing (Oregon, USA)

With RV campsites, Airstream suites and modern cabins, Bay Point Landing is a stand-out
camping destination surrounded by the beauty of Oregon’s wildest coast.


Satori Bubbles (Nosara, Costa Rica)

Privately immersed in nature, Satori Bubbles offers a rare escape
 minutes from the Pelada and Guiones beaches of Guanacaste, Costa Rica.



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