But sometimes it pulls to visit unusual places like HR Giger in Switzerland: the atmosphere there is truly eerie, but the concept is simply extraordinary. This institution has inspired us to search for other unusual bars that can surprise the owners of the most ardent imagination. We hurry to share our findings.
HR Giger Bar, Switzerland
HR Giger Bar in Switzerland is named after its owner, the artist Hans Rudolph Giger, who became famous as the creator of the Alien from the films of Ridley Scott. Visitors are surrounded by skeletal designs as if they were in the womb of one of the surrealistic monsters created by Giger. Arches of giant spines, eerie embossed wallpapers, and armchairs, more like torture devices, create a dark but refined and intimate atmosphere that you will not see anywhere else.
The Red Sea Star, Israel The
underwater bar and restaurant Red Sea Star is located in the resort town of Eilat in Israel and is entirely devoted to marine topics. It is arranged like an observatory, where you can relax surrounded by water and watch the sea creatures passing by.
Icebar Stockholm, Sweden
In Sweden, there is an unusual ice bar Icebar, where the temperature does not exceed -5 ° C. This is the perfect place to enjoy a cold cocktail, because the whole interior of the institution, including glasses, is made of ice brought from the Thorn River in Lapland.
The Clinic, Singapore
In the Singapore Clinic bar, whose creators were inspired by the installation of the Pharmacy by Démien Hirst, you will find wheelchairs, hospital beds, and operating lamps, as well as a drink from an IV drip.
The Rock Bar, Indonesia The
Rock Bar in Bali advertises itself as a place where visitors “find themselves surrounded by the luxury of stones.” The bar was created by Japanese designer and architect Yasuhiro Koichi from recycled glass and is located 15 meters above the ocean. The entrance to one of the bar’s premises runs through a natural cave.
Alux Caverna Lounge, Mexico
Alux Bar in the Mexican city of Cancun is named after the mythical people, who, according to the Mayan Indians, lived in caves. The institution is also located in a cave, where the walls are richly covered with stalactites and stalagmites.
SOS Rooftop Lounge & Bar, Indonesia
Sit back on the huge bed and enjoy the sunset at the SOS Bar in Bali. The view from the roof is breathtaking, and it makes no sense to describe it – it’s worth seeing with your own eyes.
Sky Bar, Thailand
From the veranda of the luxurious Sky Bar on the 63rd floor of a skyscraper in Bangkok offers a panoramic view of the city and the Chao Phraya River.
La Purificadora, Mexico
If you are in the city of Puebla in Mexico, visit this bar in the eponymous hotel La Purificadora. The modern design of the bar made onyx and granite, perfectly complements the bright and ancient architecture of this city. Guests here swim in the glass-walled pool while other visitors sip cocktails on bright sofas, sitting around an open fireplace.
GB Roof Garden Bar, Greece
Oh, how I would like to visit this stunning bar, imagining myself the ancient Greek gods and goddesses and enjoying the view of the Acropolis and Lycabettus Hill!
Nasa Pub, India
At the NASA bar in the Indian city of Bangalore, bartenders and waiters wear spacesuits and pilots’ suits. Rocket nozzles, shuttle-like doors, laser beams, portholes – Stanley Kubrick would be delighted with this place!