15 Amazing Hotels You Need To Visit Before You Die ...

#1 Ark Hotel

The Coastal “Ark Hotel” Can Float Away When Sea Levels Rise
How’s this for being prepared? If water levels rise too much, this waterproof building design could actually float in the ocean.

#2 Cheval blanc randheli, Maldives

One of the most exclusive addresses in the Maldives, Cheval Blanc Randheli offers the ultimate in luxury and style. Situated on the Noonu Atoll, you can expect the very best in service, dining, wellbeing and stunning pool villas overlooking the ocean.

#3 Conrad Maldives Rangali Island

The Conrad Maldives Rangali Island's $15 million project, a two-story hotel villa that will be partly submerged 16.4 feet beneath the Indian Ocean.

#4 Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort, Lapland, Finland

Being suffused by the northern lights from the inside of a glass igloo is one of the more novel ways of admiring one of nature's most stunning phenomena. Located within the Arctic Circle, deep in the snowbound Saariselka area of northern Finland, the cabins are built from ice or glass; both are surprisingly warm, but somewhat lacking in privacy.

#5 Hotel Villa Honegg Ennetbürgen, Switzerland

Art Nouveau-style Villa Honegg is Switzerland’s smallest superior five-star, occupying a sun terrace high on the Bürgenstock above Lake Lucerne. It offers secluded opulence across 23 rooms and suites, as well as Gault-Millau-standard dining and a heated outdoor infinity pool with an almighty view.

#6 Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Hugged by futuristic skyscrapers on all sides, Marina Bay is where you'll find Singapore's collection of modern architecture.
The centerpiece is, of course, Marina Bay Sands -- a 55-floor hotel and entertainment mecca with an infinity pool, lookout point, and Ce La Vi bar and restaurant on the rooftop.
Inside, it feels awkwardly like an airport, but there's no arguing with its iconic status.

#7 Huilo Huilo Montaña Mágica Lodge, Chile

Emerging from between the southern Andes is the Magic Mountain, a volcano from whose peak a stunning waterfall makes its way down. It serves as a reminder of the majesty of Mother Nature.
The man-made structure 'erupts' every day, offering a cascading waterfall display much to the delight of guests
Located as part of the 300,000-acre Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve, home to the world's smallest Pudu deer

#8 Radisson Blu Hotel Berlin

Aquadom in atrium lobby of Radisson Blu Hotel Berlin is the world’s largest cylindrical aquarium.
Aquadom is a 25 meter tall cylindrical aquarium opened in 2004 inside the lobby of the Radisson Blu Hotel Berlin. The tank holds about one million liters of water.
An elevator runs through the center of the aquarium. Aquadom is a Sea Life property owned by Merlin Entertainments. Think the British version of Walt Disney. Tickets are 17.50 euros and discounted to 12 euros as a guest at Radisson Blu Berlin.

#9 Sandals Royal Caribbean, Jamaica

Sandals Royal Caribbean gives guests a taste of the Far East about 5 miles northeast of Montego Bay. Hop aboard the Wayang Doll – a dragon-shaped boat – and visit Sandals' private island, where you can dine on curry at The Royal Thai, get a bamboo polish at the Red Lane Spa, or dance the night away in the flickering light of tiki torches. Back on the mainland, you can spend your time in one of six pools, on the beach or off-roading through the jungle in a four-wheel drive vehicle.

#10 Atlantis Paradise Island, Bahamas

Located on the appropriately-named Paradise Island, and owned by South-African entrepreneur Sol Kerzner -- the man behind Sun City -- the $450 million, 600-acre resort is a wonderland of sumptuous, over-the-top hedonism, with the Bridge Suite the jewel in its crown.

#11 Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort East Village, Finland

Surrounded by forest along the Kakslauttanen river, this tranquil resort off Highway 4 is 6 km from Urho Kekkonen National Park and 37 km from Ivalo Airport.
Snow igloos and igloos with glass ceilings offer sleeping bags, and shared bathrooms in separate buildings. Upgraded igloos and cozy log cabins add en suite facilities, fireplaces and saunas; some also have kitchenettes and free-standing tubs. Other accommodations include riverside chalets and a traditional Lapland house. There are no TVs

#12 Icehotel (Jukkasjärvi), northern Sweden

The Icehotel is a hotel rebuilt each year with snow and ice in the village of Jukkasjärvi, in northern Sweden, about 17 kilometres (11 mi) from Kiruna. It is the world's first ice hotel.[1] After its first opening in 1990, the hotel has been rebuilt each year from December to April.[2] The hotel, including the chairs and beds, is constructed from snow and ice blocks taken from the nearby Torne River. Artists are invited to create different rooms and decorations made by ice. Besides bedrooms, there is a bar, with glasses made of ice and an ice chapel that is popular with marrying couples. The structure remains below freezing, around -5 °C (23 °F)

#13 The Manta Resort - Pemba Island, Tanzania

Manta Resort lies on the remote northwestern tip of Pemba Island, on a fabulous white beach overlooking the crystal clear waters of the Pemba Channel.
Romantic and very relaxing, Manta Resort has one of the best swimming beaches in the whole Zanzibar Archipelago, and the diving is world class.ut the two bottom floors will be underwater and boast a glass-walled aquarium, a restaurant and guest rooms.

#14 Wildflower Hall, Shimla in the Himalayas

Perched 8,250 feet above sea level, amid 22 acres of forest, Wildflower Hall is one of the most exclusive resorts in North India. This property is the perfect escape for those who want fabulous spa services. Two heated swimming pools and awe-inspiring views of the Himalayas are yours for the taking.

#15 Äscher Cliff, Switzerland

Nowhere else in Switzerland is the change from the hilly landscape of Central Switzerland to the craggy alpine scenery so abrupt or impressive as in the Alpstein area. Mighty rock formations up to more than 2500 m high tower up as if from nowhere. Deep, steep-sided valleys cut through this region.


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