Discover and dream your way through our selection of stunning unusual and exciting hotels in locations all over the world revealed in High Definition.
Caribbean Hotels
Tortuga Lodge & Gardens
'17aug21
Tortuga Lodge  
& Gardens
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With just 27 rooms, the Tortuga Lodge & Gardens sits on a gorgeous canal located in Costa Rica. This lodge is the ideal place for those looking to reconnect with nature. From guided wildlife boating trips and fishing, to cultural excursions, there’s a world of adventure to discover in the ...
Accomodation types: Jungle   Nature
Belle Mont Farm
'16mar22
Belle Mont  
Farm
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This island escape with 400 acres of organic farmland and tropical forests in the West Indies provides a welcoming atmosphere and community with a passion for sustainable living. With secluded guesthouses and farmhouses, travelers will find spectacular views in this peaceful atmosphere. Staying at the farm is a unique experience ...
Accomodation types: Luxury   Nature
Pacuare Lodge
'16mar17
Pacuare  
Lodge
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Named one of National Geographic’s “unique lodges of the world,” the Pacuare Lodge in Costa Rica is a once in a lifetime rainforest experience for adventure-seeking travelers. Overlooking the Pacuare River and nestled in a rainforest, Pacuare is an eco-lodge where guests arrive and depart as part of a multi-day ...
Accomodation types: Jungle   Nature
Villa on Dunbar Rock
'15nov16
Villa  
on Dunbar Rock
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A beauty mark on the blue cheeks of the Caribbean Sea - Dunbar Rock has an incredible Bond-esq villa with 8 guest suites. Run by diving specialists, the hotel offers PADI courses, night dives and three normal dives a day. Everything is included. So you can breakfast in the dining ...
Accomodation types: Beach   Island
Belcampo Lodge
'15mar18
Belcampo  
Lodge
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Belize is a unique location as the only English speaking country in Central America that is also considered a part of the Caribbean. On the southern tip of this country, on the Caribbean coast sits the Belcampo Lodge on a 12,000 acre nature reserve. You can spend your days in ...
Accomodation types: Jungle   Nature
Sublime Samana Hotel & Residences
'15jan23
Sublime  
Samana
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The Sublime Samana Resort is in the Dominican Republic and is characterized by its lush greenery and jungle-like setting, all between fine-sand beaches. It really combines the best of both worlds—forest retreat and beach fun. The hotel, not only luxurious but a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the ...
Accomodation types: Beach   Luxury
Hotel Casa San Agustin
'14aug18
Casa  
San Agustin
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*Hot Colombian boutique hotel* This quaint hotel has been restored carefully with the needs of the cosmopolitan traveler in mind. The three sun-gleamed buildings were built in colonial times and original frescos and wood-beamed ceilings remain key features of the new design. The location is the UNESCO World Heritage town ...
Accomodation types: Design   Luxury
Kura Hulanda Hotel & Spa
'14mar4
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Kura Hulanda
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Curaçao is an island in the south Caribbean that is part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. That is why the capital city is called Willemstad. The idyllic island is just right for those who want to enjoy a tropical paradise in the clear waters of the Caribbean. The hotel ...
Accomodation types: Spa
Deseo
'13oct22
Deseo  
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*Caribbean Sun Selections* Located in the Mexican Caribbean and achingly hip, this hotel is built around a courtyard swimming pool: the blue iris in an eye of chicness. Around the pool are the designer day beds and a Jacuzzi. There is a DJ playing ambient music, hopefully with gratuitous lashings ...
Accomodation types: Design
Nature Observatorio Manzanillo - New-Style Eco Living
'13feb25
Nature Observatorio  
Manzanillo
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This could be the first structure ever built from the top-down. The two-floor room-and-observation-deck is suspended from a tree using nylon ropes, nylon stripes. Not one screw or nail was used in its construction. Water for the bathroom comes from rainfall and electricity comes from solar panels. Located on the ...
Accomodation types: Eco   Jungle   Tree
Necker Island
'13feb14
Necker  
Island
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Richard Branson’s private island is named after Dutch explorer, Johannes de Necker who “discovered” it in the 17th Century. It remained unihabited until the late 20th Century. In 1965 two British journalists tried to survive as castaways on the island. They lasted three weeks before they driven off the island ...
Accomodation types: Beach   Island   Luxury