The Beverland (very much not to be confused with Bieberland) is located on the site of a former dairy farm near Ostbevern in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. It has 62 rooms. And 36 radically different room theme.
There’s are the under-the-sea rooms, for example, and the medieval themed rooms. The hotel’s jungle rooms have beds suspended from the ceiling. Their Star Wars rooms have private cinema screening areas. Their disco rooms come complete with hanging disco balls and blaring 70s music.
None of those rooms, however, made our list of our top five favorite room themes at the Landhotel Hof Beverland. Which rooms did make the cut? Read on:
Beer paraphernalia and barley wall decals adorn three of the rooms at the Landhotel Hof Beverland. But the highlight of these beer-themed rooms are the beds — they’re located inside wood barrels which, for over 100 years, were used by the nearby Potts Naturpark Brauerei to age their brew. Pay the extra €20 for morning room service and you could have your own B ‘n B (that’s barrel and breakfast).
Also on the hotel grounds: a beer barrel sauna. It’s large enough to seat 12 adults. Though the inside still smells a bit like hops.
Almost anyone can sleep inside a car. But there are few places where you can sleep inside a car inside a hotel room. And only one that we know of where that car is a genuine Cooper Mini. The Mini has had its seats and armrest removed to allow the double mattress to lay flat. It’s comfortable, though a bit of a tight squeeze. People who are tall (or even tall-ish) should perhaps look for a hotel with an SUV-themed room.
Getting a group of guys (or gals) together for a night of poker? There’s no better place than this themed room. It features a genuine, full-sized casino poker table. You’ll have to find your own dealer but the hotel will provide cards and real poker chips.
The Poker Room, like all the Beverland’s accommodations, features a 32-inch HD television. The room also seven beds (not that you’ll be doing much sleeping) and two bathrooms (which you might be using a lot, depending on how much you are drinking).
You won’t confuse it with a genuine treehouse hotel, but the Beverland’s treehouse-themed rooms do have a back-to-nature feel. The second-floor sleeping loft is the room’s more photogenic feature, but we’re especially fond of the room’s private wood-surrounded hot tub.
Even landlubbers will appreciate a night in the Beverland’s sailboat-themed room. As with the hotel’s other accommodations, the “props” in the Sailboat Room are genuine. In this case, it’s a Jollenkreuzer, a sailing dingy popular in Germany in the 1970s. The boat’s 16 meters are too long to fit into the room, so the aft portion sticks through a especially-crafted window. Guests sleep in a double bed down in the cabin and hang out in lawn chairs on the deck.
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