15 Remote Hotel Resorts You May Not Be Able to Get To
Most people when they want a vacation, they want somewhere where they can get away from the hassles of everyday living. So although many would like to stay at remote hotel resorts, not all would like the hassle of even getting to some of the resorts available, let alone in quite so much remoteness.
Here are 15 remote hotel resorts you may have trouble just getting to:
Although this resort offers luxury once you are there, as it is located in Coles Bay in Tasmania, it takes some getting to. Once there though, you can enjoy hikes where you may meet some Tasmanian Devils, Oyster farm tours and wine tasting.
Posada de Mike Rapu
Located on Easter Island, one of the most remote inhabited islands in the Pacific, this resort may not have TVs but has instead, some great views of the sea.
Palacio de Sal
Located in the world’s largest salt flat, the Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia, not only is this hotel made of salt but so are its beds and sculptures. Here you can swim in the pool, salt water of course and try its specialty menu; salt chicken.
Fogo Island Inn
Located on Fogo Island, Newfoundland, Canada, has furniture that was locally made and the menu consists of local produce like caribou moss and pine mushrooms prevail.
As the name may suggest, this hotel takes some getting to. It is a further 45 minute flight after Kangerlussuaq in western Greenland. Sitting on the edge of the Ilulissat Ice Fjord, a UNESCO recognised site, the hotel offers aluminium igloos in order to get up close to the icebergs.