Are These the Wackiest Hotel Rooms In America?

It’s as if Alice in Wonderland married Willy Wonka and set up residence in Oz. That’s how the owners of The Roxbury, a boutique hotel based in the Catskill Mountains of New York State, describe their wacky, themed hotel. The Roxbury is divided into two properties: The Roxbury Motel (the original 28-room property) and The Roxbury at Stratton Falls, which houses 7 rooms in a historic mansion and 5 stand-alone properties. The Stratton Falls location also features a pool and spa facilities. In addition to the pool cabana, there's an 8-person hot tub, a sauna, a spa relaxation area, changing rooms and a large recreational room. Rooms run anywhere from $368 a night to $850 a night, depending on location and room.

Stratton Falls' Tower Cottages site

Twisted Pool and the Crooked Cabana

The Archaeologist's Digs, a standalone cottage

Miss Kitty's Saloon

George's Spacepad was inspired by the ‘60s TV cartoon The Jetsons

Coconut Cream Pie Room, complete with pie crust paneling and a whipped cream ceiling

Tony's Dance Floor, a king-sized room equipped with glittery sheets, a shimmering disco ball, and a wall of lights.

Amadeus’ Bride Room

Galileo's Gate is designed around the father of modern astronomy, Galileo. The 2-bedroom suite's main feature is its glass octagonal rooftop stargazing observation conservatory.

Dracula's Fangs Room, complete with a coffin-style bed.

Terrazza of the Titans cottage

Cinderella's Gown cottage — an enormous pumpkin morphing into a golden carriage, which serves as a bathroom.