A couple of weeks ago we published a piece on unconventional luxury hotels, and we noticed that a lot of The Golden Scope’s readers really enjoyed the topic.
So in regards to this, we prepared another very interesting article on the world’s most unique hotels.
Whether you feel like relaxing in the middle of a desert, or tanning on a remote sandy beach, if you stay at any of the hotels mentioned below, you will surely have the most incredible vacation.
Try to picture yourself floating in an infinity pool overlooking a tropical forest. Your travel companion sipping a cocktail while reading a book, and a personal butler at your service to satisfy any wishes and needs you have.
This doesn’t have to be just a dream; you can really make it happen by staying in one of the hotels featured in this article.
Now get ready to read all about the most luxurious, original and peculiar resorts that one could ever go to.
This beautiful safari lodge presents 15 tented suites all including a private deck overlooking the sweeping plains and meandering river below. In addition to this, each room has an outdoor shower that allows guests to admire the dramatic scenery of the Waterberg Mountains while washing. Marataba is located in the Marakele National Park.
Nestled away in the heart of Ubud’s rainforest preserve, this stunning boutique hotel harmonically blends with the natural surroundings. It is composed by 38 suites and villas, all of which feature private granite infinity pool that fades into the jungle below.
Hotel Marqués de Riscal can surely be considered as a contemporary, luxury retreat. Design by world renowned architect, Frank Gehry, this hotel is set in the traditional Spanish town of Elciego, also known as the city of wine. Hotel Marques de Riscal features tilted walls, zigzag windows, cathedral-height ceilings, all stamp of Gehry’s sophisticated design.
Amangiri is located on 600 acres in Canyon Point, Southern Utah, close to the border with Arizona. This stunning luxury resort is built into a protected valley, overlooking the Grand Staircase – Escalante National Monument. The structure was designed around a central swimming pool, and it perfectly blends in with the deep canyons and towering plateaus. Amangiri belongs to the Amman Resorts Collection.
For a romantic getaway in the desert head to Bayan Tree al Wadi. This beautiful luxury hotel is an oasis of peace in the Arabian desert. The rooms are all-pool villas featuring integrated facilities, such as Asian-inspired hydrotherapy spa, 18-hole golf course and access to Banyan Tree’s private Ras Al Khaimah Beach. Al Wadi is set amidst sandy dunes, against the crystal clear waters of the Arabian Gulf.
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