Eco Camp in Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia

One of the world’s most stunning national parks is in Chile. Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park is home to world famous Paine mountain range, as well as a number of gorgeous valleys, rivers, and glaciers. And EcoCamp Patagonia is right in the middle of it all. Not quite a hotel but not exactly camping either, this glamping location is made up of a series of geodesic domes. The camp offers luxury suite dome lofts, standard lofts, a central community dome, as well as a relaxing Yoga Dome for group and individual classes. EcoCamp, as the name would suggest, is run by renewable energy, and practices radically sustainable methods like its sourcing of local foods for all meals. But more than just featuring an environmentally conscious approach and unique accommodations, this hotel offers up easy access to hiking, bicycling, and climbing in one of the most beautiful corners of the world. All things said, a stay here goes for about $2,500 per week. And don’t forget to check stunning photos of Patagonia.

Unique Treehotel in Sweden

Treehotel offers a unique hotel experience: treerooms with contemporary design in the middle of unspoiled nature. Here you can forget about the time constraints of everyday life, enjoy the serenity, and rejuvenate in a sophisticated yet familiar environment. Treehotel is located in Harads, near the Lule river, about 100 kilometers from Luleå airport. The village has a population of about 600 and features a restaurant, shop and guest house. When you arrive at Treehotel, you check in at Britta’s Pensionat. Then it’s just a short stroll through the beautiful nature to your treeroom. The most striking part of Harads is its magnificent surroundings. From Treehotel’s rooms you get a fantastic view of the Lule River valley, miles of forest and the powerful river.

LoftCube Installed On Hotel Daniel’s Rooftop

Studio Aisslinger have announced the opening of their LoftCube rooftop installation, located on top of Hotel Daniel in Graz, Austria. “Based on the new urban concept to establish rooftop living on high-rised buildings around the world, has now been installed on top of the Hotel Daniel in Graz. The interior of the 1950’s hotel building has been designed by Studio Aisslinger in 2005 and won in 2006 the expo real “hotel of the year” award. Now finally the unique 44 square metres loftcuve featuring all-round panoramic views like to the Graz clock tower or Schloss Eggenberg has found its way to the rooftop. A unique nomadic architecture on an iconic building will be a new Graz attraction. The special Hotel Daniel – LoftCube also tops everything in terms of its furnishings and appointments, including a specially made bed measuring 2.20 x 2.20 metres, a jungle feeling in the huge raindance shower, a comfy sofa unit and a superb home cinema experience. ”

White Pod Eco Luxury Hotel in Swiss Alps

A high-tech eco camp situated over 1700 meter high in the Swiss Alps in the village of Les Cerniers, White Pod Resort creates little igloo village and can house only 30 guests but it offers the ultimate in-luxury and adventure. The architectural fascinating high-tech tents, called the “pods” are made out of insulating fiber and has a wood-burner for comfort, each one is placed on a wooden platform with stilts driven into the ground so there is very little permanent structure involved so the slopes remain in pristine condition. There is an en-suite bathroom and super luxurious bedding. Whitepod comprises 7 kilometers of private runs and ski lifts, two chalets, restaurant, bar, and wellness area with Japanese bath and Finnish sauna. The 15 pods have been equipped with traditional furnishings and high quality insulation and were individually decorated. If you’re looking for a white Christmas in the backcountry, this is the vacation you want to book now!

Eco Hotel FriendHouse by Ryntovt Design

This time we want to show you creative eco hotel built on the Orel river in Ukraine. Author of the project is Ryntovt Design studio. After an extensive ecological analysis of the lush green site by the Orel river, the architect deemed appropriate the use of ‘ecologically harmless materials’ so as to better integrate the structure into the wildlife. The bones of the single-level building are made of wood and shell stone. Some of the structural beams are uncut trees themselves. Clay and reed are used in the thatch roof plate and perforated pod-like structures that serve to insulate as well as admit natural light. The organic shapes of the interior work harmoniously with the surrounding wildlife. Aside from a bountiful apple tree garden, the hotel also uses the natural ‘eco-cover’ of the forest as both protection and inspiration. The hotel is a total work of design, with furniture and details created with low-impact, local materials and a highly sustainable sensibility.

Drop Eco-Hotel by IN-TENTA

If you like to travel but don’t want to stay in usual hotels in usual places then this interesting project worty for your attention. It allows to stay where you want! DROP is a moveable suite suitable for being placed wherever you want. “The design is slightly elevated to avoid contact with the soil so as not to interfere with the environment when it’s removed. Spherical transparencies on either end can be positioned to face the most desirable views while bringing guests into direct contact with nature. For the modern nomad, these eco-friendly ‘rooms’ are not only sustainable but surprisingly comfortable and perfectly integrated on the surrounding landscape. It’s especially suitable for anyone who has an inherent yearning for nature but doesn’t want to negatively impact on the environment.” Take a look!