Travel: 5 luxury outdoor hotel rooms
CNN has compiled a list of the best, more luxurious hotels that allow travellers to revel in the great outdoors. The hotels are no stranger to celebrities and afford the most scenic experiences with privacy and luxury at the forefront. The hotels come at a hefty price but are worth the experience. Check out our top 5 from the list and click below to see all 10.
Amangiri, Canyon Point, Utah
This minimalist resort in the Utah desert is a favourite for celebrities, it is also popular with any traveller looking for privacy and uber-luxurious digs. While every room here is incredible, none matches the elegance of the Girijaala Suite.
At over 3,500 square feet, the room boasts a large, private lap pool, a sweeping terrace overlooking majestic rock formations; and, a sky lounge area where guests can bed down for the night under the clear Utah skies. But don’t worry if you get chilly: the interior of the room has a cozy king-size bed and a deep-soaking tub.
Amangiri, 1 Kayenta Road, Canyon Point, Utah. Rates start at $4,700 for the Girijaala Suite.
andBeyond Ngala Safari Lodge, South Africa
At this property on the border of Kruger National Park, guests can reserve a one-night experience in a four-level treehouse to get even closer to the “Big Five” animals that roam the park.
The house is entirely self-sustaining with a solar power supply, a greywater collection system and a bio-rock sanitation system.
There are also multiple sleeping options in the treehouse, including a sleep-out platform with a retractable awning on the top floor, as well as a covered, weather-proof king bed on the third.
andBeyond Ngala Safari Lodge, andBeyond Ngala Private Game Reserve, Timbavati, 1380, South Africa. Rates start at $600 a night.
Beverly Wilshire, Beverly Hills, California
The area is already known for its upscale shopping and glut of celebrities, and Beverly Wilshire has been a magnet for the rich and famous since its opening in 1928.
What may be surprising is that one of the city’s best glamping setups is actually located on the roof of the hotel.
Not only is the room accessed by a hidden entrance behind a wrought-iron staircase, but it also has a 2,100 square-foot terrace with views of the Hollywood Hills. In the middle of this private, urban oasis is a 10-foot-tall tent, complete with a crystal chandelier, marble lamps and fur rugs.
Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, 9500 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, California. Rates start at $3,500 per night for the Veranda Suite.
La Valise Tulum, Mexico
The defining feature of the Master Suite at this boutique property in Tulum. The king-size bed can be rolled out onto the Caribbean Sea-facing balcony for a night under the stars or rolled in for a more private experience.
Other outdoor sleeping options at the hotel include breezy hammocks and beachfront daybeds. The hotel can also arrange for explorations of the beautiful Yucatan Peninsula surroundings, including snorkelling expeditions and sunset cruises on a luxury yacht.
La Valise Tulum, Carr. Tulum-Boca Paila Km 8.7, Tulum Beach, Mexico. Rates start at $566 a night for the Master Suite.
Wilderness Safaris Jao Camp, Botswana
The star bed at Jao Camp is no-frills: a simple 258 square-foot raised platform with a mosquito net-covered bed and some comfortable armchairs.
It’s also located a solid 20 minutes from the main section of camp to better allow guests to immerse themselves in the wilderness. But if luxury is more your speed, the camp offers that as well. Each guest who books a villa will have access to their own vehicle, guide, chef and butler.
Wilderness Safaris Jao Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana. Rates start at $2,999 per person per night.
Check out the CNN article below for 5 more luxury hotels that let you sleep in the great outdoors.
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