In northwest India, in the historic city of Chittorgarh, home to a hilltop fort that housed the world’s longest monarchy, you can stay in a giant wine bottle for the bargain price of $40 a night.
You won’t find a drop of wine in the large bottle, unless you bring it. Instead, there are three bedrooms and a dining room.
Airbnb has the 28-foot-long and 11-foot-wide wine bottles. It can be found on the top of tall buildings and glows at night. The cylindrical-shaped structure is billed as the “world’s largest wine bottle.”
One bedroom features a variation of the alcohol theme, and it is decorated with illuminated beer cans. A tub is included in the bathroom, which is filled with red balloons and rose petals.
The Indian city has many other amazing sights for tourists. The most famous is the sprawling Chittod Fort, perched nearly 600 feet above the town. It covers nearly 700 acres and contains four palaces, 19 temples and 20 bodies of water.
It is the capital of the world’s longest-ruling dynasty, the kingdom of Mewar, which ruled for 800 years, according to historical lore.