If you have ever longed to look up at the stars but lacked the equipment and excellent wide sky views, then an astronomy hotel is the final frontier. Not only are these hotels ideally placed in areas where expansive views come easy, but they also have binoculars, telescopes, observatories, and sometimes retractable roof above the bed.
Leobo is an award-winning private property that has just recently opened up for travelers. It is owned by an English family; hence it's a one-time opportunity to enjoy their exceptional creation as an exclusive rental. Leobo Private Reserve is set in the Waterberg Game Park, surrounded by a 12000-acre private …
This is the highest hotel in the Swiss Alps located 3048 meters above sea level. The hotel took ten years to build and was completed in 1907. Two observatories were constructed in 1996 one on each of the tall towers. They allow astronomers to take advantage of the clear air …
Where the crystal crags of the Andes meet the Atacama Desert there is a magical land where the skies are clear 300 days of the year. The annual melting of snow from the mountains feeds a valley all the more green against the pure blue skies. It is the home …