You can see the Žižkov TV Tower from anywhere in Prague. While the 708-foot-tall structure, erected between 1985-1992, is known for being hard to miss, it's also considered to be one of the world's ugliest buildings. But its height gives it the city's best views, which is why a stay at the tower's located 230 feet above the ground needs to be on your bucket list.
It's genius: You get to enjoy those beautiful panoramas without having to actually look at the building itself.
Before the one-room hotel opened in 2013, you could only enjoy those views from 8 a.m.-12 a.m. from the tower's observatory deck or restaurant. Now you can spend the entire night gawking at the beauty of the city from the comfort of your bed — which is a hand-sewn horsehair mattress by Swedish brand hand Hästans, by the way.
The glass-walled bathroom is stocked with L'Occitane toiletries and has a stand-alone tub and a rain shower.
Rates start at €549 per night (approximately $585 at press time) and include complimentary breakfast and Wi-Fi.
So, if you're feeling like a trip to Prague is in order, you know where to stay.