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4 of the World’s Most Astonishing Outdoor Hotel Rooms

Most people would probably shake their heads at the thought of staying in one of these bizarre accommodation options. But that’s most likely because they haven’t tried it. What many travelers probably don’t know is that staying in one of these outdoor hotel rooms is like being in a dream. You literally get to sleep under the stars and wake up with the sunlight on your face.

Here are some of the most fascinating outdoor hotel rooms in the world:

Ladera, St Lucia


This hotel has 32 suites made of tropical hardwood, as well as stones and tiles. Each room has an open wall that allows guests to bask in the magnificence of the Piton Mountains and the mesmerizing charm of the Caribbean. Your room will also be equipped with a heated or non-heated plunge pool.

Las Ventanas Al Paraiso, Mexico

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This is Los Cabo’s most popular and plush hotel, and it is renowned for its impeccable service, exquisite accommodation and keen attention to detail – no wonder it is one of the top 10 favorite hotels of celebrities. Each room has a sprawling terrace where a king-size bed is set up. This means that you can choose to lap up the grandiose sights outdoors or spend the night away indoors.

L’Albereta, Italy


The L’Albereta Relais & Chateaux is perched atop a vine-lined hilltop in Lombardy. It is an ivy-masked villa that’s wrapped in classic Italian glamor. Although their Cabriolet suite isn’t really built outdoors, it only takes a switch to open up the room’s roof, letting the warm Brescian sun in. Another added luxury to this hotel room is that it has a balcony that faces the beautiful Lake Iseo.

Nkwichi, Mozambique


Staying in this unique travel accommodation gives you a one-of-a-kind chance to enjoy one of Africa’s rare unspoiled corners. The hotel is set on a deserted, unadulterated beach covered by amazing baobabs. Here, you’ll see fish eagles soaring and the wonderful African night sky above you.

Photos by: Scott HeathTony GuytonArya StoneTravelingOtter

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