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10 Unique Hotels Around The World To Put On Your Bucket List
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You'll want to stay in your hotel all day.

A natural experience in the trees

Skip a traditional hotel and relax in the middle of the Vancouver Island forest. Free Spirit Spheres is a treehouse that allows guests to truly experience nature by sleeping among the trees. But don't worry — WiFi, electricity, speakers and other amenities are still available during the stay.

A stay at a Mongolian Ger camp

Lodge at the Bayan Gobi Ger Camp for a unique version of camping, where visitors vacation in a spacious ger (a portable round tent), eat at a ger restaurant in the middle of the camp and stop by the duneside bar for a drink as they watch the sunset.

A reason to hang out in France

The Eiffel Tower is usually the landmark tourists want to experience when visiting France, but tucked away in Tremargat, Cotes d'Armor is A Un Fil, a lovely oasis with hanging tents for an unusual getaway. Secluded from the city, this stay is as soothing an experience as nature can provide.

A cozy cabin in the woods


Disconnect from the world, literally. This charming wooden cabin isn't equipped with electricity or Internet, so you have a good excuse to skip checking emails. Cabanes als Arbes features 10 treehouses, each named after a bird, and is located in Sant Hilari Sacalm, Spain.

A classic vineyard stay

Architect Frank O. Gehry had luxury in mind when designing the stunning Hotel Marqués de Riscal, found in a vineyard in the Rioja Alavesa region of Spain. The hotel offers 43 distinctive luxury rooms with incredible views.

A step back in time

Located off Route 66, The Wigwam Hotel offers rooms modeled after tepees of the Plains Indians and designed by Frank Redford. Each unit contains one or two double-beds, a bathroom, air conditioning and a cable TV.

A chic cabin that floats

This floating cabin is a new way to go camping with family or friends in South Brittany, France. Campsite Le Ty Nadan's Kevell rental can hold up to four people in two bedrooms. Guests can even explore the Ellé river in their very own canoe, which is docked next to the cabin.

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Luxurious camping in the Sahara Desert


A fascinating overhead view of the campsite oasis at Camp Yadis Ksar Guilane in the Sahara Desert appears to be the ideal vacation spot if you're yearning for luxury and tranquility. Unlike traditional tents, this one features a bed, private bathroom, air conditioning and heating. Guests can also sunbathe by the large pool or ride a camel through the desert.

Capsule Rooms


Minimalists might enjoy The Capsule Hotel in Osaka, Japan (the first capsule hotel in the world) where guests can choose a standard or "wide" capsule room, as well as options for single, twin and triple rooms. During your stay, store your luggage in the reception area and relax with a Japanese style massage, conveniently offered at the hotel.

Bubble Tents


If you're a true nature enthusiast, this transparent bubble tent is a perfect escape for the weekend in the south of Brittany, France. At Domaine de Dihan, travelers can sleep amid the oak and chestnut trees and experience the wildlife firsthand.

From: ELLE Decor

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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