Five Remote Hotels
By Daniel Santos | Published on April 2, 2017
Five Remote Hotels
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When one thinks of the world’s most luxurious hotels, your mind probably drifts to a fancy suite with a long ocean view. Or, perhaps a French suite with a shot of the Eiffel Tower. Maybe even a Manhattan penthouse that overlooks Times Square. While these hotels seem nice at the start, imagine the complete opposite. No, not in quality, but in seclusion, while still being pampered. Nowhere is more evident than these remote lands, where lodges with thoughtful designs take you away from the connected world and leave you entwined with the land. Whether surrounded by mountains or a beach-side oasis, these are some of the world’s most beautiful remote hotels.

1. Fogo Island Inn
Located off the Northeast Coast of Newfoundland, Canada, Fogo Island is remote yet accessible. Nestled on the rugged shores of the wild North Atlantic Ocean, Fogo Island Inn is a haven perched atop stilts, giving floor-to-ceiling views of Newfoundland’s sky and sea. You can wander the island’s many trails to spot herds of caribou and foxes in their natural habitat, and if you plan your trip for the summer you might catch whales migrating through. The hotel’s fourth-floor, rooftop deck provides guests with relaxation by a wood-fired sauna, as well as featuring two outdoor hot tubs.

Remote_Hotel_Image_1© Wyatt Clough

Situated on 6,600 acres of rugged Montana wilderness at the base of the John Long Mountains, The Ranch at Rock Creek is a former 19th-century homestead turned hotel. When you plan your getaway, you can select suites from one-bedroom to five-bedroom homes, offering distinct styles of lodging. The design echoes home more than hotel, each with deluxe amenities, custom furniture and décor that showcases the Western culture. Located halfway between Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks, The Ranch at Rock Creek is the perfect place to go if you enjoy visiting America’s National Parks.

Cover photo © KimManleyOrt

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By: Daniel Santos | Published on April 2, 2017

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