If you find that the average hotel room is a bit dull for your tastes, then try sleeping in more exciting places. Here’s a list of the some of the best places in the world to sleep:
1. Necker Island
Necker Island can be found in the British Virgin Islands and is owned by Richard Branson. The island holds a maximum of 28 guests. As well as sleeping in luxury accommodation, you can enjoy many varieties of watersports on this luxury island.
2. Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort and Spa
The Hilton Bora Bora Nui resort features suites that rise on stilts above a crystal clear ocean. You can roll out of bed in the morning and take a quick dip in the sea outside your room.
3. Inkaterra Machu Picca Peru
This hotel is situated in 12 acres of cloud forest at the foot of the magical Machu Picchu. You can drift off to sleep to the sound of tropical birdsong and the aroma of native orchids.
The Tongabezi Lodge is a luxury treehouse where you can lounge on a king size bed looking out over the Zambezi river.
5. Singapore Airlines
If you travel first class on the Singapore Airlines new A380 airliner, you can sleep in a luxury double bed while cruising at 39,000 feet. This experience is not cheap at £25,000.
6. Baines Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana
This camp is deep in the wilderness of the Okavango delta. You can ask for your four poster bed to be wheeled out onto the decking so that you sleep under the starry African sky.
(8/8) Happy #ValentinesDay. Today we've been taking you on a virtual journey: a romantic date with Sanctuary Retreats. Look back on our posts to get the full experience!⠀ ⠀ Our romantic date is coming to a close, but what better way to end than with a night at our sleep out hide? Hidden deep in the bush on private ground, this secure, raised hide is the perfect spot to watch the night's wildlife in action. Surrounded by lanterns, enjoy champagne for two and an unforgettable night under the African sky.⠀
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7. Galapagos Safari Camp
The Galapagos Safari Camp is located in the remote highlands of Santa Cruz. Your bedroom is a luxury tent from where you can view the equatorial skies.
8. Hugh Hefner Sky Villa, Las Vegas
The Sky Villa is owned by Playboy owner Hugh Hefner and is situated in the Palms Casino, Las Vegas.
It has two levels with three bedrooms that feature eight foot rotating beds. It comes complete with your own butler, spa room and bar. This luxury experience will set you back £40,000 a night
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