15 Amazing Hotels you must see before you leave the planet

  1. The Iglu Dorf, Switzerland. These glistening snow crystals are made with over 3000 tons of snow every season and are quite impressive. The Iglu Dorf is relatively cheap, too, with igloos going for about $300-$500. They also provide a Hot Iglu which is pretty much a fake igloo with heat (the best kind of igloo, if you ask us).
  2. The Viceroy Hotel, Bali is incredible. There are five different types of luxury villas so private pools, spectacular views, marble-everything and large rooms are all inclusive. This hotel has a private helicopter pad right next to the reception area. The helicopter is also available for island tours. This gorgeous hotel will cost nothing less than an arm and a leg for a weekend get away, but it is totally worth it!
  3. The Mirrorcube Tree House Hotel, Sweden. The Mirrorcube Tree House Hotel is so interesting because it is completely covered in mirror walls that reflect the surrounding forest. Essentially, it is a 4x4x4 cube wrapped around a tree trunk covered in reflective glass. The six windows will give you the best panoramic view of your enchanted forest, and the lavish rooms provide more than enough space for two.
  4. Ubud Hanging Gardens Hotel, Bali is the ultimate romantic getaway. Its pool has been deemed the World’s Best Swimming Pool by Conde Nast Traveler and TripAdvisor. Enjoy a private pool deck, hours of spa treatments and other amazing amenities.
  5. The Atholl Palace Hotel, Scotland is a place that makes you feel pretty damn royal. First off, you are in a castle — but there are also little romantic cottages available, fully equipped with wood burning stoves and other old world amenities.
  6. The Caves Resort Jamaica is a spectacular resort where you can enjoy Negril’s stunning seven-mile beachfront and pristine crystalline waters. You are literally sitting on cliff ledges made from volcanic activity. These are Luxurious Caves that will cost about $500.00 per night to stay in.
  7. Magic Mountain Lodge, Chile is buried within the Chilean Patagonian Rainforest in the base camp at Hulio Hulio preserve. The hotel is cone shaped with dormer windows peaking out of its vegetated and stone façade. A water spot on top pours over the roof, drenching the plants and anyone at the base of the building. The playful design is intended to evoke an ancient legend that speaks of a magic mountain in the area that grants wishes.
  8. Tree House Point, Washington USA. Located 30 minutes from Seattle in a beautiful forest beside the Raging River, it is the perfect getaway from the city into nature. Escape the stressful traffic, annoying people and endless phone calls. This is definitely a technology-free zone. Peace and tranquility are yours.
  9. Katikies Hotel, Santorini Greece is one of the leading hotels in Santorini with unforgettable views and the utmost privacy. Surrounded by white-washed houses and blue waters, the beauty of it all will stun you into thinking you’re living a dream.
  10. Locanda Rosa Rosae Inn, Italy is an ancient mill dating from 1570 that has been lovingly converted to a Venetian country Inn. The meadows are filled with flowers, beautiful trees, wishing wells and shady porches. It is owned by Silvio & Elisabetta, and it is a gorgeous, jaw-dropping mix of old and new that encompasses my absolute dream — to take something really old and modernize it while maintaining as much of the old charm as possible
  11. Taj Lake Palace, India was built between 1743 and 1746 under the direction of the Maharana Jagat Singh. It was initially called Jagniwas or Jan Niwas after its founder. The palace was constructed facing east, allowing its inhabitants to pray to Surya, the Hindu sun god, at the crack of dawn. The successive rulers used this palace as their summer resort, holding their regal durbars in its courtyards. The Aravalli Mountains serve as a beautiful backdrop for this royal palace, offering stunning views to compliment its sophisticated decor and royal ambiance.
  12. The Grotta Palazzese Hotel, Italy is a beautiful hotel carved from limestone. The rooms are surrounded by stone walls with balconies that overlook the Adriatic Sea. The view is especially dramatic at night when the cave and the water below are lit. When people tell you that they have found the most beautiful and romantic hotel on the water in Italy, believe them.
  13. The Hotel Costa Verde, Costa Rica is just three miles from the village of Quepos. It’s an ideal base camp for adventure travelers, eco-tourists or surfers. This hotel is just 300 yards from the beach overlooking the world-famous Manuel Antonio National Park. All rooms offer bird’s eye views of the national park and coastline where you can see toucans, sloths and monkeys.
  14. The Giraffe Manor Kenya shares its grounds with Rothschild giraffes that will often appear at upstairs windows. The 140-acre grounds are also home to families of warthog, bushbuck and other species of African mammals and birds, which makes it a great start to any Kenya trip for guests of all ages.
  15. Huvafen Fushi Resort, Maldives is a beautiful water bungalow that offers the rare opportunity to wake and step directly into rich turquoise waters. You cannot get any closer to the water than this because you are literally sleeping on the ocean. “Huvafen Fushi” translates to “the dream isle” and this hotel promises to deliver. All 43 of its modern and natural bungalows showcase their own distinctive design, and all are equipped with air-conditioning, seven by seven-foot beds, Frette linen and their own private oasis with a freshwater pool.

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