1) Kokopelli’s Cave Bed and Breakfast
Go way, way, way back in time with a stay at the Kokopelli’s Cave Bed and Breakfast in Farmington, New Mexico. First of the single bed cavernous hotels on this list, Kokopelli’s is found in a sandstone formation that has seen the days of dinosaurs thanks to being 65 million years old. Once inside the home in the cave, you will feel like a hobbit or perhaps a Flintstone character tucked into your earthen home and surrounded by jagged rock walls. For your amusement, the cave home includes television and a jacuzzi, as well as a waterfall shower.
Before you leave the underground abode in Farmington, make sure to capture a shot of the amazing views above the ground of the hotel. From here you can see four states—Colorado, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico. Near to the hotel is the Mesa Verde National Monument, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here you will find even more unique dwellings that are out of this world cool at the Cliff Palace built by ancient Pueblo people often referred to as the Anasazi. The site features more than 400 dwellings in the cliffs, originally built somewhere between 600 and 1300 AD.