Mamiverse spotlights some of the most stunning dream hotels on the globe. Ranging from desert glamour to underwater thrills, there’s a fantasy locale for all tastes and lifestyle preferences.
Conrad Maldives Rangali Islands Resort • Maldives
Fall asleep watching the Indian Ocean spread itself over you. Your aquatic entertainment includes schools of blue-striped snappers, sting rays, parrot fish, and moray eels.
Aqua Expeditions’ Floating Hotel • Amazon River, Peru
Want to experience the wilds of the Amazon but avoid stepping on a sneaky tarantula in your cabin? Float without fear in one of the master suites of this luxurious boutique hotel offering amazing panoramic jungle views with city comforts.
Cappadocia Cave Resort • Turkey
Release your inner cavewoman in this hotel nestled within an area replete with some of the world’s most famous rock formations. Guests are not encouraged to carve their own hieroglyphics on the walls.
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Four Seasons Bora Bora • French Polynesia
This is not Gilligan’s bungalow, nor the Thurston’s for that matter. The interiors for these luxurious overwater suites are fully decorated with teak and merbau-timber furnishings for those who have tired of land.
Chateau De Bagnols • France
Every queen needs a palace and this 13th century chateau has been restored to its former glory featuring impressive towers and even a drawbridge. Tom Cruise and Bill Clinton are regular patrons.
Grace Santorini Hotel • Greece
Feel as immortal as any Greek god as you stare out at the Aegean Sea for days on end. This elegant hotel with its white washed private villas is perched high up in the hills of the charming village of Imerovigil.
Le Palais Rhoul & Spa • Morocco
Play out that ol’ Arabian Night’s fantasy in a luxury tent in Marrakech. Then be sure to contact your local travel agent about flying back home on a magic carpet.
Singita Lebombo Lodge • Kruger National Park, South Africa
Spy the lives of lions, leopards, elephants, buffalos, and rhinos on your next safari. And with the right binoculars you might just be able to see it all without leaving your room.
Hôtel de Glace of Québec • Canada
You don’t have to be an ice queen to warm up to North America’s first hotel made entirely of ice and snow. Amenities include a nightclub (N’Ice Club), movie theater, art gallery, indoor heated washrooms, and outdoor hot tubs.