Luxury hotels that you have never dreamed of
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Luxury hotels that you have never dreamed of

Choosing a place to sleep can be an experience and also an luxury in itself. There are people out there who will pay to sleep under a sky full of stars or drift to sleep watching the northern light. Some may be okay with camping, but for those who prefers a more glamorous take, here’s a list of the best places to sleep in the world.

1. Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort, Finland

Kakslauttanen Arctic northern light glass igloo

The northern light is described to be some of the most beautiful sight in the world. Even better, the Kakslauttanen Arctic resort allow its guest to enjoy this beautiful sight with your partner in one of their glass igloo. Enjoy this magical moment dressed in the most comfy and warmest pjs and a pair of woollen socks with a mug of hot chocolate in hand.

2. Attrap’Rêves, France

If being trapped in the snow is not for you, then glamping in the South of France, maybe for you. Attrap’Rêves is perfect for those wants to be close to nature and love the idea of sleeping under the stars without the fuss of camping. Each of these lovely bubble tent are uniquely decorated, furnished with a king sized bed and comes with its own bathroom and shower facilities. If these transparent bubbles are an issue for those concerned with privacy, don’t worry. They are actually partially opaque. Which means your privacy are largely protected without obstructing the panoramic view of the mountains and stars.

3. Conrad Maldives Rangali Island Resort

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If you’re looking for a even more unique experience, maybe The Muraka, a luxurious suite submerged more than 16 feet under water, can satisfy you. The bedroom offers a panoramic view of the surrounding ocean. Sleeping under the sharks swimming above you is one experience that most can only dream of.

4. Skylodge Adventure Suites


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If the sea isn’t for you, have you considered the air? These famous “hanging” hotels are transparent pods secured to the side of a mountain situated in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Suspended 1,200 feet in the air, this experience is not the faint hearted. Making up to the hotel is already an adventure in itself, what’s more sleeping in the air at the edge of a mountain?

5. Gamirasu Cave Hotel, Ayvali, Turkey

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Located in Cappadocia, the fairytale region of honeycombed hill and fame for its spectacular hot air balloons sighting, Gamirasu is a stand out amongst the other cave hotels. Built in the Byzantine time, each suite serve a special purpose in the past.

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