Photo Credit: Lion Sands Game Reserve

Photo Credit: Lion Sands Game Reserve

Amidst the wonderful and unique hotels around the globe, the ones that immerse you into their surroundings sits at the pinnacle. So we would like to share with you 8 Stunning, Glass-Enclosed Hotel Suites & Villas that were featured in justluxe.com.

  Photo Credit: Zash Country Boutique Hotel

Photo Credit: Zash Country Boutique Hotel

Zash Country Boutique Hotel

Zash Country Boutique Hotel is located in the Mediterranean countryside. It was purchased by the Maugeri family in the 1930s to be mainly used as a summer home until its abandoned grapevines were cultivated and turned into a working vineyard. Now it has turned into a hotel and winery, home to 10 rooms, three of which sit tucked between citrus tress and offer floor-to-ceiling glass walls and doors in the bedrooms. This contemporary architecture utilises volcanic stone throughout the suite as well as grey colour schemes.

  Photo Credit: Iso Syöte Hotel & Safaris

Photo Credit: Iso Syöte Hotel & Safaris

Iso Syöte Hotel & Safaris

Iso Syöte Hotel & Safaris is located in the Syöte National Park in Finland. The ideal traveller for their Eagle View Suite, property’s treetop accommodation, is a nature enthusiast who enjoys time hiking and other outdoor activities. The glass roof and walls provide the guest with a feeling of deeper connection with their surrounding natural habitat. In the centre of space is a tree which holds a “nest” (your bed) and fantastic 360-degree views of the countryside. You can also sometimes view the Northern Lights from the bed in winter! The suite comes with a living room, fireplace, sauna and a Jacuzzi.

  Photo Credit: PurePods

Photo Credit: PurePods

PurePods

PurePods are unique private villas located in three parts of New Zealand. They are completely surrounded by glass, even their floors. This is also a great place to disconnect from the rest of the world as it is isolated and there is minimal phone signal. To get to each pod, guests must park in a designated area and walk to the villas using the provided instructions from the company - there are also no signs. Upon arrival, it’s all nature and you. The pods use LED lighting, bio-fuel to power the heater and water, kitchen with gas appliances, and provides binoculars and books to pass the time. Food can also be delivered to the house but you have to make the arrangements prior to your trip. There is absolutely no TV, DVD players, Wi-Fi, air-conditioning or hair dryers, so get ready to completely disconnect.

  Photo Credit: Lion Sands Game Reserve

Photo Credit: Lion Sands Game Reserve

Lion Sands Game Reserve

Lion Sands Game Reserve’s Kingston Treehouse suite is located in South Africa. The structure not only has glass walls, its bedroom is completely open to the outdoors. Perched above the trees, guests enjoy 360-views from every angle. And should you need some privacy, shades can be pulled down. The suite comes with a full bathroom and shower facilities, and an outdoor lounge area. Food is conveniently delivered right to your deck. What it doesn’t include is Wi-Fi and electricity, so evenings are lit with lanterns.

  Photo Credit: Trump Waikiki

Photo Credit: Trump Waikiki

Trump Waikiki

Trump Waikiki has a penthouse suite amidst others that features floor-to-ceiling windows, offering prime views of the island. The bed is also enclosed inside a glass-walled feature. This 2,200-square-foot suite comes with modern furnishings, Hawaiian design elements and an in-suite washer and dryer. A private Jacuzzi hot tub on the rooftop is also included for enjoyment.

  Photo Credit: Hotel Kakslauttanen

Photo Credit: Hotel Kakslauttanen

Hotel Kakslauttanen

Hotel Kakslauttanen, located in Lapland, features glass igloos available from August 20 to the end of April to enjoy the sight of the Northern Lights. The Arctic property has two- or four-person igloos but don’t expect much from your suite, as the two-person igloos have a toilet with saunas and showers in a separate building, while the four-person igloo has en-suite bathrooms. However, there are plenty of outdoor activities to keep you busy during the day, such as snowmobile and snow tank safaris, horseback riding, ice fishing and skiing or snowboarding.

  Photo Credit: Banyan Tree Phuket

Photo Credit: Banyan Tree Phuket

Banyan Tree Phuket

Banyan Tree Phuket describes their two-bedroom double pool villas as “a fairytale glass bedroom pavilion floating on the water.” The suite encompasses 16,145 square feet of space and the master bedroom is surrounded by a wading pool to give the impression of drifting along on the water. The villa is tucked away inside private gardens, and the retreat features daily in-villa breakfast, a fully-equipped kitchen, a mini-bar and wine bar.

  Photo Credit: Jumeirah Dhevanafushi

Photo Credit: Jumeirah Dhevanafushi

Jumeirah Dhevanafushi

Jumeirah Dhevanafushi’s Two-Bedroom Sanctuary Sunset suite is located in the Maldives, with its both bedrooms sitting inside glass-enclosed spaces, offering prime views of the Indian Ocean and sunsets. It also has its own 226-square-foot plunge pool, private deck, marble bathroom (with more floor-to-ceiling windows), an outdoor rain shower and 24-hour butler service.

 

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