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Guests at the Malmaison Oxford in Oxford, UK, spend the night in a converted Victorian prison. The luxurious "cells" feature comfortable beds, plasma televisions, power showers and complimentary toiletries. (Credit: Malmaison Oxford)

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The 12 most unusual hotels around the world

Ever wondered what it would be like to spend a night in the cockpit of a Boeing 747? Or what about sleeping in a glass igloo? From a hotel constructed of salt to tree houses in the Amazon rain forest, here are 12 of the most "unique and unusual" hotel stays from around the world, per travel site trivago.com.

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