incredible hotels in the middle of nature

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Arakur

Ushuaia, Argentina

Whether it be to admire clear summer days or snowy peaks during the winter, Arakur reveals lovely angles of Ushuaia, the southernmost city on the planet, in Argentina. Its 131 suites have large windows that offer stunning views. The heated pool and infinity-edge hydromassage tubs have a fun system of underwater speakers: just dive to listen to some classical music. Fun fact: Arakur was Leonardo DiCaprio’s refuge while he was filming The Revenant.

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Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge

Anavilhanas, in the Brazilian Amazon

The 22 accommodations in the Anavilhanas Archipelago, in the Brazilian Amazon, have a view of the forest from the rooms. The hotel also organizes excursions into the woods.

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King Pacific Lodge

British Columbia, Canada

This floating resort is located in British Columbia, on Canada’s west coast. As it’s surrounded by water, King Pacific Lodge is the destination of many fans of sport fishing. The region is known for the salmon migration during the summer.

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Nothofagus Hotel and Spa

Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve, Chile

Located in a forest, surrounded by trees, this hotel has a rustic and elegant atmosphere, from the lounge to the rooms. Built entirely of wood, from the walls to the ceiling, Nothofagus Hotel & Spa features a clean décor. The landscape unveiled by the immense windows, which open to the forest, invites guests to disconnect completely, especially in the Luxury Suite, which doesn’t even have a TV.

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Luna Salada Hotel de Sal

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Everything from the walls to the furniture is made of blocks of salt taken from the Salar de Uyuni, where the hotel is located. A complete spa offers relaxing treatment options after a day of hiking.

Photos: Fernanda Frazão, courtesy from Luna Salada Hotel de Sal, Nothofagus Hotel and Spa, Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge, King Pacific Lodge, Arakur