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Published on : Friday, July 15, 2016
Guests can enjoy a spectacular view of the entire city if they book a room on the 17th floor at the ‘Outdoor Glamping Suite’ at this hotel.
Moreover, the terrace of W New York’s Extreme Wow Suite is well equipped with a 12-foot long yurt amidst hanging egg-shaped chairs, glowing lanterns, beautiful fairy lights and a fabulous fire pit that is lit up with a switch to create the impression of a cute campfire. Everything here is placed on fake grass that gives guests a feel of nature.
W New York is amongst the several luxury hotels that offer rooftop glamping experience to their guests that include a golden opportunity to sleep beneath the stars at night.
And, this hotel is the newest hotel to offer outstanding outdoor hotel rooms in the entire world.
Last year, the AKA Central Park hotel enabled its guests to enjoy a slumber at an outdoor bedroom that comprised a fireplace, queen-sized bed and a telescope that was given to guests for stargazing.
Travelers would come across a traditionally-built building if they enter Lombardy’s L’Albereta hotel’s Cabriolet suite. All the guests need to do is touch a button. Immediately, the roof of the suite would retract to reveal a starry night.
If travelers choose to visit Amangiri hotel based in Utah, they can easily laze around in the day beds that are offered in the suites that can also be utilized at night. This is due to the fact that the climate here is dry and arid.
The guests of Loisaba Lodge, Kenya would let guests recline on a ‘star bed’ that exposes them to Mother Nature. The bed stands on a raised platform that lies in the centre of a 60,000 acre private reserve.
Wilderness Safari’s Savuti Camp, Botswana permits travelers to relax on two outdoor decks where one might be able to spot different kinds of wildlife like buffalo, hippopotamus, impala, etc.
The shores of Lake Niassa that is present in Mozambique contains a nice hand-built lodge known as Nkwichi Lodge. This lodge is close to a game reserve that spreads across 600 sq. km and it provides shelter to over 300 species of birds, leopard, reedbuck, elephant and also sable.