Staying in a luxurious hotel is like being upgraded to an ultra supreme cable system, there’s nothing better! So we took a look around the world and found the top 20 destinations for your next glamorous getaway.
20. Hotel Kakslauttanen, Finland
Deep in Finnish Lapland, you can stay in a glass igloo, which is completely luxurious, bright, and warm while you’re surrounded by snow and darkness.
19. Manta Resort, Zanzibar
The Manta Resort in Zanzibar is a single room floating on a shallow coastal reef with a deck for sunbathing with the bedroom under the actual water.
18. Shangri-La Hotel, Paris
How would you like to wake up to the Eiffel tower right outside your door? At Shangri-La Hotel, which is the former home of Napoleon, you can view the River Seine and the famous tower for lovers.
17. Attrap Reves Hotel, France
You may think living in a bubble is unappealing, but if so you haven’t seen the Attrap Reves, which places guests snugly inside a glass bubble, completely outdoors yet completely protected by the outdoors.
16. Hotel Le Sirenuse, Italy
One of the most romantic places on earth demands one of the most romantic hotels. That’s why Hotel Le Sirenuse, on Italy’s Amalfi Coast, is so special. Old world charm mixed with total luxury.
15. Ice Hotel, Jukkasjarvi, Sweden
The Ice Hotel takes igloo living to a whole new level, with its constantly changing décor, courtesy of artists who make new carvings in the ice.
14. Montana Magica Lodge, Chile
The Montana Magica Lodge is inside a stone lodge that actually spews water like a volcano. Amenities include a crazy golf course and bathtubs carved from local tree trunks.
13. Astarte Suites Hotel, Greece
Blue surrounds you on all sides at the Astarte Suites Hotel, from the blue of the Agean Sea to the blue cloudless sky. It also overlooks a local volcano as well as the Akrotiki, the Pompeii of Greece.
12. The Cambrian Hotel, Adelboden
Outdoorsy folks from all over the world flock to the Swiss Alps, where you can hike in verdant forests, ski powder-topped slopes, and unwind in hot steam spas, all with magnificent views.
11. Hotel Ubud Hanging Gardens, Indonesia
Visitors to Bali will be in love with their private pool suites, with hanging, multiple-leveled infinity pools that have views of the lush forests and tropical landscape. Every suite has its own pool.
10. Conrad Maldives, Rangali Island
This amazing hotel puts you in the heart of the sea by putting you underneath it. The resort spans to islands connected by a bridge and offers many underwater experiences in dining, spas, and excursions.
9. Ladera Resort, St. Lucia
The Ladera Resort has a unique way of showcasing the breathtaking world of St. Lucia. Each suite has an open wall, meaning guests have ravishing views of the mountains, beaches and woods.
8. Giraffe Manor, Kenya
Giraffe Manor is a truly unique experience. Situated on a private estate home to giraffes, the herd makes themselves at home by sticking their necks right into your windows and doors, making for an unforgettable time in Kenya.
7. Fairy Chimney Hotel, Turkey
Cappadocia, Turkey is home to an unusual cave formations that have given rise to a hotel known as the “Fairy Chimney Hotel,” where guests stay in caves with traditional hammam style bathrooms.
6. Free Spirit Spheres, Vancouver Island
Canada’s Free Spirit Spheres is for the nature lover in everyone. The eco-resort lets guests sleep inside a wooden dome suspended by ropes in the trees. The pods have a suana but no indoor plumbing.
5. Amsterdam Zaandam Inntel Hotel, Netherlands
Colorful Amsterdam is comprised of an amazing facade of stacked houses modeled after traditional homes from the Zaan region. A train will take you right to the center of the hotel in 12 minutes.
4. Harry Potter Hotel, London
Attention all Harry Potter nerds, a visit to the gothic, Harry Potter-themed hotel in London is a must. The Georgian bed and breakfast recreated rooms meant to look like the Hogwarts domitories, complete with magical details drawn from the book.
3. Sala Silvermine Underground Suite, Sweden
For those who are not chlostrophobic (or paranoid or with other phobias), the opportunity to stay in the world’s most underground hotel is tough to pass up. Guests sleep 155 meters underground, with an intercom to the surface in case of trouble.
2. No Man’s Fort, Solent, Portsmouth
No Man’s Fort was built to protect Portsmouth from Napoleon. Now it’s a fantastic resort with a lighthouse penthouse suite, a golf course, two helipads, a nightclub and other amenities.
Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort, Huzhou, China
The name of the hotel translates to “donut hotel” and it’s easy to see why. The magnet-shaped hotel is actually a complete oval, 2ith 27 floors above ground and two below.