When you’re looking for a relaxing vacation, a question that usually doesn’t often come to mind is “how do people sleep there?” but maybe it should be asked. If you’re looking to relax and take a load off, you’re going to want to sleep even better than you do on your comfortable botanical mattress at home. Sleeping in a new environment can be tough at first, but if you find the right place, it makes things a lot easier. Whether you’re looking to plan a trip or just fantasizing about it, let’s spend this Friday looking at some of the world’s best places to get a good night of sleep.
Conrad Maldives Rangali Island
For the many who find aquariums soothing, the underwater suite at Conrad Maldives Rangali Island allows you to experience it in a totally new way. Guests view undersea life from within a spacious, climate-controlled, luxurious glass cocoon.
Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa
For superb style and breathtaking views, there is nothing that can top the overwater bungalow experience, as presented here by the Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa. This Tahitian island is breathtaking even from a birdseye perspective. In person, when you can roll out of bed, reach out and dip your fingers in the crystalline sea. Even the most seasoned travelers agree, it’s paradise on earth. How could you not have sweet dreams in a place that looked like that?
Lupita Island |Tanzania
Open-air villas gaze out onto mystical Lake Tanganyika, estimated to be the world’s longest and second-deepest freshwater lake. The lake spans four different countries, and though Lupita Island is officially within the Tanzania border, it seems to be almost in its own world – a pristine 130-acre patch of natural paradise. The sole hotel development on-island is tiny (just 11 villas and 2 cottages) and melds rustic charm (thatched roofs) with sheer luxury (outdoor baths in which to luxuriate right after your afternoon nap).
Lizard Island | Australia
Sunset on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is a visually dramatic experience, and while it’s magical from a beach viewpoint, sandy toes and all, a million-dollar deck view elevates the experience and is a bit more conducive to drifting into dreamland. The Sunset Point Villas at legendary Lizard Island offer easy access from one’s own private deck to a few of the resort’s 24 private beaches.
Quinta de Romaneira, Douro Valley | Portugal
After a day enjoying the chief attraction of the Douro Valley – i.e. port wine – especially in the heat of the Portugal sun, you’ll definitely need a siesta and we’ve got the perfect place for you to do so. And while it’s not as much of a tradition in Portugal as in neighboring Spain, luxury hideaways like Quinta de Romaneira don’t mind if their visitors enjoy a poolside snooze with valley views.
Have any other places you’d like to sleep at? Let us know. Have a good weekend, happy dreaming!
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