Posted on Mar 20, 2010 | Comments 3
–Isolate yourself in luxury at these spectacular remote hotels
1. Amanyara, Turks and Caicos
Nestled in the Turks and Caicos of the British West Indies, the Amanyara is a sensual tropical experience on an exclusive island hideaway. Surrounded by a combination of rugged stone headlands and fine-sand alabaster beaches, this resort offers tropical vegetation, ponds, and spectacular diving.
2. Le Meridien, Tahiti
A Starwood hotel property, the Le Meridien in Tahiti is one of the most spectacular remote hotels in the list.
Take advantage of white sand beaches, commanding mountains, adventure excursions, a Seashell Museum, and glorious waterfalls while you’re in this tropical locale. Perfect weather year-round.
3. The Beach House, Barbuda
As “one of the most beautiful, relaxing places on earth,” The Beach House of Barbuda is certainly a luxury to behold.
Surrounded by natural, pink sand beaches with open air sitting areas, inviting decks encompassing large pools, plenty of nature activities to partake in, and service ambassadors to wait on your hand and foot, life just doesn’t get any better.
4. Summer Isles Hotel, Scotland
Voted one of the best hotels in Scotland, this one is situated in the north and dotted with white cottages that overlook the bay. The wild and untouched landscape that Summer Isles Hotel calls home is stunningly beautiful and a great place for food lovers, outdoor adventurers, and those seeking tranquility and peace.
You can talk walking tours of the area, enjoy local boat trips, take in some fly fishing, explore the village of Ullapool, or just sit by the beach.
5. Fjällnäs Reserve, Sweden
As the oldest mountain hotel in Sweden, the Fjällnäs Reserve, which is located in 1,700 acres of land in the Arctic Circle, was originally built in 1882.
The area is home to more than 60 mountain peaks, 300 km of prepared Nordic ski trails, hiking trails, and more. Here, they celebrate 8 seasons.
6. Lake Vyrnwy Hotel & Spa, Llanwddyn
Steal away from reality at Lake Vyrnwy Hotel and Spa, a fairytale tower hotel getaway.
It boasts 24,000 acres of nature reserve, breathtaking views of the lake, as well as fantastic food made with local ingredients.
7. Redoubt Bay Lodge, Alaska
Get lost in this 171,000 acre critical habitat area that Redoubt Bay Lodge calls home. Situated 50 minutes from Anchorage, you’ll find a rustic lodge overlooking Big River Lakes.
You can take a float plane around Cook Inlet or hike around to see wild bears. Spend time in your guest cabin or tour around the lakes in a kayak or canoe.
8. La Torre Del Visco, Spain
Self-described as Spain’s most remote hotel, this hotel is a solitary, century estate house that’s been transformed into a luxurious hotel surrounded by olive and almond trees on 220 acres of land.
With former guests including the King and Queen of Spain, and kudos from such travel reviewers are Conde Nast and National Geographic, it’s no surprise this is a favorite among discerning travelers.
9. The Garvault Hotel, Britain
Called mainland Britain’s most remote hotel, the Garvault Hotel is small and inviting with just eight letting rooms in all. With nature all around, including wild Red Deer and birds, this is also a haven for fly fishers.
Walk Stathnaver trail or take a stroll around Falls of Shin and drink in the quiet, peaceful tranquility that this location has to offer.
10. Crescent Moon Cabins, Riviere La Croix, Dominica
Set in a tropical garden, the Crescent Moon Cabins are a unique, serene experience situated in the foothills of Morne Trois Pitons National Park.
Surrounded by natural vegetation, this hotel has hiking, hidden waterfalls, and even ancient ruins to explore in the valley. With organic greenhouse, milking goals, and homemade cocoa and coffee, you’ve got an oasis adventure second to none.