The World’s Most Incredible Hotels

Published October 26, 2012
Updated February 28, 2018

You might think that it doesn't get much better than the Ritz, but these five incredible hotels will leave you feeling otherwise!

World's Most Incredible Hotels

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The World’s Most Incredible Hotels: Hotel Jested

Sitting atop Jested Mountain in the Czech Republic, this unique hotel and restaurant is also a television transmitter. Built to withstand the harsh weather and emphasize the mountain’s silhouette, it has been a major attraction ever since it was built in the late 60’s.

Jested Hotel

Jade Mountain Hotel

Jade Hotel

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With its perfect view of the Pitons (Twin Mountains) and surrounding ocean, this St. Lucian resort is known as one of the best hotels in the world. Made up of 24 private, ocean view suites, each suite has its own infinity pool, easily making it one of the most luxurious and incredible hotels on the planet.

Incredible Hotels: Magic Mountain Hotel

Magic Mountain Hotel

Inspired by a legendary mountain that many believed could grant wishes, this hotel serves as a base camp for the Hulio Hulio reserve in Patagonia, Chile. It has a waterfall at its peak and thirteen rooms accessible by rope bridges.

The World's Most Incredible Hotels

Kasbah du Toubkal

At the foot of Jbel Toubkal, the highest peak in North Africa and surrounded by the Toubkal National Park, this Moroccan Hotel is run as a partnership with the Berber community. A portion of the profits of the Kasbah are passed back to the local villagers and it’s stunning views make it one of the world’s most incredible hotels.

Refuge du Goûter

Refuge du Gouter Hotel

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At an elevation of 3835 meters, Refuge du Goûter could be called the highest hotel in France, though technically it is a “supervised refuge”. Due to open in September 2012, its inauguration has been delayed until 2013 due to fire.

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