Some hotels are just a place to rest while traveling, but others go way beyond that.
People have taken to social media to share the most creative things they’ve seen in hotels around the world and Bored panda collected the best in a gallery.
They include a chic hotel that offered a room service menu just for your pet with a range of delicious dishes.
While another hotel, Swedenoffers a late check-out at 6 p.m. and an extended breakfast until 12 p.m. on weekends so that its customers can leave rested.
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Elsewhere, a hotel in Odessa, Ukraine, changed elevator carpets every day to let guests know what day of the week it was.
Another clever idea, in Switzerland, saw a hotel put socks from different parts of the world in the room to suit everyone’s needs.
Here, FEMAIL takes a look at some of the most creative hotel ideas from around the world…
Another clever idea, in Switzerland, saw a hotel install in-room electrical outlets from different parts of the world to suit everyone’s needs.
Foam is a good idea! A New York hotel asked guests to take home bar soap because “lightly used bars of soap are thrown away daily.”
The Thr Royal Lancaster Hotel in London has beehives on the roof so that it can offer its guests fresh honey.
Another hotel offered its guests a black washcloth to remove makeup so that the white ones would not be stained.
Bone appetite! Even your four-legged friend can enjoy room service at this pet-friendly hotel.
Elsewhere, a hotel in Odessa, Ukraine, changed the elevator carpet every day to let guests know what day of the week it was.
This hilarious kids’ menu was spotted at another hotel, which many parents will likely relate to.
A hotel in Wuxi, China, gives its guests a card to give to their taxi driver so they can get home.
The Montcalm Hotel in Marble Arch, London, has become the first hotel in Europe to launch Handy, a free smartphone service that guests can use during their stay.
While another hotel, in Sweden, offered a late check-out of 6 p.m. and extended breakfast until noon on weekends so its guests could feel rested.
The Le Méridien hotel in Kochi, India, created a funny “weather station” with just a coconut
While another clever hotel, presumably in China, used seawater to flush toilets as part of a green initiative.