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This intimate desert getaway was designed for those that want more privacy than you can find in a boutique lodge. Desert Whisper is a remote capsule made for two. The rounded metal frame encompassing the inner wooden construction is seamlessly blending in with the natural environment. Your living space is ...
Located in the central highlands of Bali, Villa Atas Awan (translation: villa above the clouds) is the perfect spot for travelers to find absolute solace and plenty of time to relax and rejuvenate. Tranquil and charming, this seven-bedroom property is separated into two villas, featuring private pools and beautiful views ...
Amongst the dizzying colors and sounds of Singapore’s Chinatown, you’ll find an oasis of quiet in monochrome. Hotel Mono is housed in six heritage shophouses and it retains some of the original architectural elements, such as huge Rococo windows and a stunning intricate facade. But there is a twist. Unlike ...
Naries Namakwa is a retreat in the Northern Cape Province, South Africa, that really stands out for its beautiful, secluded location. For most of the year, the area is a semi-desert featuring mainly drought-resistant plants such as succulents and aloes. Between August and October, however, the unwelcoming landscape is completely ...
Located in the United Kingdom’s Cornwall County, this 1860s Cornish piggery is now a luxury cottage close to Perranporth beach and Goonhavern on the north Cornwall coast. The Libertine can accommodate two guests and caters to your every need. From hand-picked seasonal wines to spa treatments and in-house catering, Libertine ...
The Mashpi Lodge is an ultra-contemporary, sophisticated eco-lodge that offers you a full immersion experience into the cloud forest of Ecuador’s Mashpi Natural Reserve. The sleek design and minimalist décor blend into the natural splendor just beyond your door. Each room offers a north-facing view with floor-to-ceiling windows creating a ...
Richard Branson’s private island is named after Dutch explorer, Johannes de Necker who “discovered” it in the 17th Century. It remained uninhabited until the late 20th Century. In 1965 two British journalists tried to survive as castaways on the island. They lasted three weeks before they were driven off the ...