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10 Magical Hotels to Visit in Your Lifetime

Hotel Villa Honegg, Switzerland


This over 100-year-old 5-star Swiss villa located high on Mount Burgenstock contains some picturesque views of Lake Lucerne which can be enjoyed from the resort’s large heated mountaintop infinity pool. The hotel also includes 23 luxury rooms, a private movies theatre and a relaxing spa and wellness centre.

Hotel Villa Honegg, Switzerland Image: Posh Voyage

Katikies Hotel, Santorini, Greece


Hanging on the cliffs 300 feet above the clear blue waters of the Aegean Sea, the Katikies Hotel was the very first luxury hotel built on the island of Santorini. Bathe in the hotel’s picturesque infinity pools and unforgettable views.Katikies-Hotel-Santorini-Greece


Jade Mountain, St. Lucia


Situated above the 600-acres beachfront resort of Anse Chastanet, Jade Mountain provides guests with stunning views of both the Piti and Gros Piton mountains. The bold architectural design of the hotel features individual bridges leading to infinity pool sanctuaries and stoned-faced columns reaching towards the sky. It’s no wonder it has earned the reputation as one of the Caribbean’s most memorable resort experiences.

Jade Mountain, St. Lucia Image:Forbes


IceHotel, Jukkasjärvi, Sweden
Located 200 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle, this offers unique art-inspired suites, outdoor activities and delectable Swedish food and drink. With the walls, beds and ceilings built completely from ice, it could literally be the coolest hotel in the world.4

Cabanes Als Arbres, Spain
Find some elusive peace and quiet at this tranquil natural paradise way up in the tree tops! This treehouse hotel offers guests the pleasures of being in constant touch with the gorgeous foliage and enchanting ecosystem. Plus, you’ll also get to experience one of the most breathtaking views of the stars on planet earth.5

Neemrana Fort Palace, Jaipur, India

One of India’s oldest heritage resorts, this 15th century hillside palace includes stately views looking over the nearby village. The Neemrana Fort Palace is full of authentic décor from many different periods of India’s history and contains fascinating displays that educate guests about the palace’s interesting past.Neemrana-Fort-Palace-Jaipur-India


Montaña Mágica (Magic Mountain) Lodge, Chile

If you ever wanted to know what it felt like to be a hobbit, this is the perfect place to stay. This mountain-shaped, treelike structure emerging from between the southern Andes is the kind of place where every guest feels like they’re living a real-life fairy tale. The building has waterfalls along the sides to drench the moss, ferns, and flowers. Located within the remote Huilo-Huilo Biological Reserve, this hotel is a bit of a trek to get to, but it’s well worth the effort!7


Crazy Horse Hotel, Dalat, Vietnam

This appropriately named Vietnamese hotel started off as the private residence of architect Hang Viet Nga who let her imagination go wild. Made from the base of a dead tree, the house is full of ladders leading into hidden nooks and tight tunnels. Not only is it one of the most unique hotels you’ll ever stay in, but it also won’t break the bank. Rooms costs as little as $22 USD per night. 8

Thorngrove Manor Hotel, Adelaide, Australia
This stunning castle-like structure looks like it’s straight out of Disneyland. Although it looks like it is centuries old, it was actually only built in 1994 as part of a vineyard. Even though all the rooms are in one building, there are no common spaces ensuring that all guests feel like they’re staying in their own private cabin.Thorngrove-Manor-Hotel-Adelaide-Australia

Ashford Castle, Mayo, Ireland

This historic hotel dates all the way back to the 13th century and is the oldest castle in Ireland. It is the epitome of a medieval fortress, complete with towering turrets. Once owned by the famous Guinness family, it first opened as a hotel in 1939 with all its original features completely restored.Ashford-Castle-Mayo-Ireland

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