Remote Places to Stay - The Most Unique Hotels at the End of the World
Silence. Calm. Open spaces. These are the new luxuries. In this turbulent era of disruption and noise, it is become ever more crucial to disconnect and slow down. Remote Places to Stay shares 22 out-of-the-way places where you can get off the grid and reconnect to the essentials, surrounded by raw, pristine nature. Some remote places are only accessible by foot, others by mountain train, small boat, or bush plane—but they are all places with a very strong sense of space.
Debbie Pappyn & David de Vleeschauwer, journalist and photographer respectively, have been passionately exploring the world for more than a decade. They have visited over 100 countries and their articles have appeared in publications including Monocle, Wallpaper*, The Financial Times, and National Geographic.