Travel the globe and come stay at some of the most luxurious hotels in the most remote locations.
Whichaway Camp (Antarctica)
Antarctica itself is one of the most remote destinations in the world. Most people only get a chance to stay here if they are research scientists or support staff. However, for the traveler that wants to experience the harsh climate of this polar region, you can stay at Whichaway Camp, found in the White Desert. The camp is only accessible via private charter, and the glamping pods are like a 5-star hotel inside. A personal chef is also on hand to create all of your meals. A day trip on a private Gulfstream starts at $13,500.
Skylodge Adventure Suites (Sacred Valley, Peru)
To reach these pods, you have to climb 440 meters straight-up a mountain. Once you reach the top, you are rewarded with views of the valley below. The pods you get to stay in have transparent walls, which gives you a 360-degree view of your surroundings at all times of the day. You can rent a pod for the night for around $1,485.
Uma Punakha (Bhutan)
Bhutan has only recently opened to tourists, and even then it is quite difficult to enter the country. Typically, you need to be invited by someone or a tourism agency. The Punakha Valley surrounds this simple hotel, which has luxe Bhutanese features and is designed to look like a fortress. The hotel is currently closed due to the pandemic.