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Fantasyland in Edmonton, Canada, has dozens of themed rooms

From sleeping in an igloo to spending a night in outer space, one hotel is helping guests live out their wackiest travel fantasies with a range of immersive suites. 

Fantasyland in Edmonton, Canada, has dozens of themed rooms with no expense sparred when it comes to detail.

For instance in the ‘truck’ room, there’s a pick-up converted into a bed, stop sign-patterned carpeting and flashing traffic lights, while in the ‘Africa’ room there’s leopard print carpet, bamboo furniture and a rock pool-styled hot tub. 

From sleeping in an igloo to spending a night in outer space, one hotel is helping guests live out their wackiest travel fantasies with a range of immersive suites

Fantasyland in Edmonton, Canada, has dozens of themed rooms with no expense sparred when it comes to detail. For instance in the 'truck' room, there's a pick-up converted into a bed, stop sign-patterned carpeting and flashing traffic lights

Fantasyland in Edmonton, Canada, has dozens of themed rooms with no expense sparred when it comes to detail. For instance in the ‘truck’ room, there’s a pick-up converted into a bed, stop sign-patterned carpeting and flashing traffic lights

Aspiring astronauts might want to check out the ‘space’ room, where the ceiling and floor is covered in stars and neon blue lighting that casts an ominous glow.

The bed is styled like a sleeping pod in a spaceship but luckily guests won’t need to be strapped down to enjoy a good night’s sleep.

For history buffs, the ‘Victorian coach’-themed room might tickle their fancy. 

The quaint suite comes complete with a bed disguised as a horse drawn cart, complete with carriage lights and a male mannequin at the bedstead acting as ‘carriage driver’.  

For history buffs, the 'Victorian coach'-themed room might tickle their fancy

For history buffs, the ‘Victorian coach’-themed room might tickle their fancy

Aspiring astronauts might want to check out the 'space' room, with the ceiling and floor covered in stars and neon blue lighting. The bed is styled like a spaceship sleeping pod but luckily guests won't need to be strapped down to enjoy a good night's sleep

Aspiring astronauts might want to check out the ‘space’ room, with the ceiling and floor covered in stars and neon blue lighting. The bed is styled like a spaceship sleeping pod but luckily guests won’t need to be strapped down to enjoy a good night’s sleep

In the 'Africa' room there's leopard print carpet, bamboo furniture and a rock pool-styled hot tub area

In the ‘Africa’ room there’s leopard print carpet, bamboo furniture and a rock pool-styled hot tub area

Other equally wacky rooms include the 'Roman', which is decked out with red velvet, pillars, topiary and faux marble statues

Other equally wacky rooms include the ‘Roman’, which is decked out with red velvet, pillars, topiary and faux marble statues

The 'modern Polynesian' room at Fantasyland includes a two person lava rock-styled Jacuzzi area with a waterfall feature

The ‘modern Polynesian’ room at Fantasyland includes a two person lava rock-styled Jacuzzi area with a waterfall feature

Guests must clamber up several steps to get into the elevated sleeping area.

Other equally wacky rooms include the ‘Roman’ – decked out with red velvet, pillars, topiary and faux marble statues – and the Polynesian, with the bed nestled in a traditional catamaran boat.

Perks in all of the rooms – along with the zany furnishings – include high speed WiFi, refrigerators, coffee makers, safes and ironing sets. 

Many guests say they love the venue, with Jeezlouise82 from Canada writing on TripAdvisor: ‘We stayed in the space theme room. The room is incredible and very nicely designed.’

Meanwhile, nhewittchick from Canada added: ‘Took the Roman theme room, beautiful with a large spa tub and round bed. Mirrors were by the spa and on the ceiling above the bed.’

Rates at Fantasyland start at $161 (£114) per night. For more information click here

The 'Sports' room comes complete with soccer ball bedsteads and a basketball hoop 

The ‘Sports’ room comes complete with soccer ball bedsteads and a basketball hoop 

Rates at Fantasyland start at $161 (£114) per night. Above, the interiors of the 'Africa' safari-inspired room 

Rates at Fantasyland start at $161 (£114) per night. Above, the interiors of the ‘Africa’ safari-inspired room 

You better not misbehave in the 'Western' room, as there is a county jail cell installed in the corner of the suite

You better not misbehave in the ‘Western’ room, as there is a county jail cell installed in the corner of the suite

Guests staying in the 'Arabian' room are transported to a desert-like environment, with camel colours and draped cloth 

Guests staying in the ‘Arabian’ room are transported to a desert-like environment, with camel colours and draped cloth 

For aspiring stars, the 'Hollywood' room transports guests to America's west coast with snazzy leather couches and a silver pole

For aspiring stars, the ‘Hollywood’ room transports guests to America’s west coast with snazzy leather couches and a silver pole



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