Sweden’s Luxury Hotel Room in a Silver Mine

It took ten years for miners to carve out what would later become the Sala Silver Mine Hotel Suite in the underbelly of Sweden’s formerly most important silver mine. At 508 feet underground, it’s the world’s deepest hotel room. And while the mine itself is rather cold, the room sits at a pocket of warmer air, making it a more habitable spot. Just don’t expect to find any silver (aside from the furnishings) as the ore ran out years ago.