This “room” from hotelier Null Stern, founded by conceptual artists Frank and Patrik Riklin, is located 6,463 feet above sea level in the Swiss alps and comes with a butler ready to deliver breakfast in bed. There’s a public bathroom 10 minutes away, so bring your hiking shoes.
Timber swag decks with a luxe touch from Blue Mountains Private Safaris.
The Adrère Amellal ecolodge in Egypt sits atop mud and salt crystals, with a bed made from palm reeds.
Sleep under the stars at the Amangiri’s “sky terrace” in Utah, located near the Navajo Nation, close to Page, Arizona.
This treetop retreat in the Lion Sands Private Game Reserve is exactly what it sounds like.
Delight in a 180-degree view of the Sea of Cortés in Mexico.
An open-roof bedroom in Northern Italy that makes it difficult to go home.
A secluded beach, Africa, and you.
Find tranquility by the bay in Turkey.
The suites at St Lucia’s Ladera are made from tropical hardwoods, stone, tile, and the best that nature has to offer.