From treehouse cabins to jungle retreats and tents styled on tribal huts, these images from a new photography book will inspire you to escape to the hills
Minimalist interiors at Apartamenty Szuflandia Wisla allow guests to focus on themselves or their families while being fully immersed in nature. The resort is near beautiful trails, mountain biking routes and ski slopes.
A luxurious Berber-style suite in Kasbah Tamadot in Asni, which is nestled in Morocco’s High Atlas.
The chalets and villas at Premium Eco Resort Priesteregg are predominantly built with natural materials from the area, while the power supply comes from renewable energy and heat is obtained from grey water.
Marataba Safari Lodge’s suites are inspired by the huts of South African tribes so they blend in beautifully with the bush landscape and Marakele National Park.
This hotel in Cusco is styled after an authentic Andean village. Guests can explore Incan trails from outside their front door that wind through waterfalls, gardens and wild forest.
Habita Architects carefully planned the construction of Six Senses Bumthang in Bumthang, Bhutan, so it interfered as little as possible with the existing natural environment.
Hoshinoya Guguan in Taichung, Taiwan is based on the concept of the healing springs of the water-rich mountain region, so guests can easily access thermal pools from their suite.
One & Only Wolgan Valley in New South Wales, Australia is in the centre of the Blue Mountains. Guests can expect crackling fireplaces, their own private pools and spectacular views of the nearby valleys.
The rooms and suites in Mahu Whenua in Wanaka, New Zealand have large windows and terraces overlooking the valley to Lake Wanaka.
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