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5 of the Most Amazing Hotels in the World

9 October, 2019

most amazing hotels in the world

Did you know that the Embassy Suites is the only hotel brand that features cook-to-order omelets as part of its complimentary breakfast?

For some of us, a complimentary breakfast is the fanciest perk we can afford at a hotel. But a complimentary breakfast is the bare minimum when you take a look at some of the most amazing hotels in the world!

Humans have found a way to sneak hotels into just about every travelable place in the world, and some of them are pretty cool.

Check out our list below to learn about unique and awesome hotels you need to visit!

5 of the Most Amazing Hotels in the World

Most of these hotels fall way outside any normal person's budget, but a traveler can dream, right? These fantasy hotels test the limits of architecture and combine unique elements to create the perfect luxury retreats!

1. Gamirasu Cave Hotel

Yes, you read that correctly. A cave hotel. This hotel in Turkey provides rooms that are built into volcanic rock, with many featuring balconies that overlook a rose garden.

The caves were once used for Byzantine monastic retreats, so the entire hotel is steeped in history! The room interiors are decorated in traditional Turkish style, and guests have access to a seasonal outdoor pool as well!

2. The Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort

You've probably never thought about an igloo as a hotel room, but you can give it a try at the Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort in Finland. The igloos have a glass ceiling, so guests can fall asleep under the stars without being exposed to the harsh temperatures outside.

Their glass igloos are the perfect place to admire the Northern Lights and are available to reserve during the entire Northern Lights season, which typically runs from late August until the end of April. The entire resort is surrounded by forest and located on the Kakslauttanen River, so it's the perfect combination of nature and luxury!

3. Treehotel

The Treehotel in Sweden is one of the most amazing hotels in the world and can bring out the child in all of us! How cool is it to spend the night in a treehouse? The Treehotel has a variety of treehouses to choose from—a giant one covered in branches dubbed "The Birdnest", a metal saucer inspired one called "The UFO", and more.

The treehouses have modern amenities, so it's one of those amazing hotels that gives you the combination of comfort and the beauties that only a stay in the woods can provide!

4. Emirates Palace

The Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi is a must-see for anyone visiting the United Arab Emirates. While it's free to walk around in parts of the hotel, staying as a guest will make quite a dent in your wallet.

This hotel sets the standard for luxury, with a private beach for guests and rooms that are decked from floor to ceiling with gold embellishments. Stepping into the hotel will make you feel like you are royalty!

5. Conrad Maldives Rangali Island

Any marine biologists looking for a unique hotel stay? This is definitely where you want to be. The Conrad Maldives Rangali Island gives visitors the chance to sleep with the fishes!

This luxury resort in Maldives is home to a two-level residence called The Muraka that dips above and below the Indian Ocean. After you descend down the spiral staircase, you'll be met with the master bedroom, which is submerged 16 feet below sea level!

Start Packing

This list probably has you wishing you could pack your bags ASAP. For some, staying overnight in a hotel is just a way to get from Point A to Point B during a trip.

But for those who are interested in visiting the most amazing hotels in the world, a night in a hotel is an experience in itself! The hotels above will give visitors a unique experience like no other.

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