Would you believe if I told you that it was entirely possible to bask in privacy and luxurious delights in a roof-less resort? That’s right! Enjoy the cool breeze as you lie in your king-size bed, with nothing but the amazing scenery outside.
Three-walled hotel rooms are becoming increasingly popular as the trend of open-air hotel rooms booms. Let’s face it, it’s far more welcoming to sleep beneath the stars when you are wrapped in a plush duvet with a bottle of champagne by your bedside.
Don’t just take our word for it. Experience an open-air hotel room at one of these ten luxury resorts.
The Most Beautiful Open-Air Hotel Rooms Across The Globe
Ladera, St. Lucia
Ladera would be my hotel of choice if I could only stay at one for the rest of my life. This St. Lucia idyllic luxury hotel is truly a vacation to remember. Ladera is set on a ridgeline overlooking St. Lucia’s ocean, and the Piton Mountains, in the middle of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
If you stay in a Deluxe Suite, you’ll feel as if you can reach out and touch Gros Piton. Then while lounging in your private heated pool, you can take advantage of your own over-water swing.
Pacuare Lodge, Costa Rica
There is no place quite like Pacuare Lodge. You’ll need a rafting experience to get to the area, or you can be chauffeured into a 4×4 via a 4×4. After arriving, you’ll be accommodated in a private suite or villa surrounded by the jungle. Four-wall sliding glass doors are found in all of the accommodations, which makes you feel as if you’re camping in the rainforest.
Petit St. Vincent, Private Island
Third, on our list is St. Vincent’s Petit which is off on a secluded private island. In addition to staying on an island, each cottage and villa at Petit St. Vincent offers privacy that’s unmatched. All of the rooms come with floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors that you can leave open while you sleep.
Esperanza Resort, Mexico
Are you unsure if you will be able to sleep in an outdoor hotel room? Take a look at the Terrace Spa Suite at the Esperanza Resort. This room has a rooftop patio attached, and a king bed that can easily be moved indoors or out. Whenever possible, sleep under an open sky or stay in at the first sign of rain.
The fifth entry on this list may surprise some as to the naked eye the rooms at L’Albereta may look like normal hotel rooms. It’s true, the L’Albereta’s Cabriolet suite is four-walls, its roof can be removed. Hence its inclusion on this list. That’s right! Enjoy the best of both worlds with a retractable ceiling in this elegant room that can be extended for stargazing at the push of a button. The room has a view of Lake Iseo.
There is only one way to reach the small village of Yelapa in Mexico, a boat. From there, the Verana Hotel can only be reached by hiking uphill from there. Your journey will be well worthwhile once you see the hotel’s boutique style. As you can imagine they are big on privacy. Enjoy the serenity of your private pool as you relax in one of the resort’s open-air suites that overlook the jungle.
Jade Mountain Resort, St. Lucia
Each of Jade Mountain’s 29 rooms has a view of the Caribbean Sea and the mountains and is designed to be completely private, so there’s no need for a fourth wall. Choose a star, sun, galaxy, or moon suite to enjoy your own infinity pool and its beautiful views.
AKA Central Park, New York City
Considering the cost of hotels in New York City, sleeping outside in AKA Central Park is a luxury. But believe me when I say you’ve never experienced the big apple quite like this. With AKA Central Park’s sophisticated accommodations, you can enjoy a luxury extended stay in NYC. They combine the amenities of a high-end hotel with the luxuries of a home away from home, such as extra space and fully equipped kitchens.
You can stay as productive or relaxed as you like in our apartment rentals, whether you need a weekly or monthly rental. AKA’s penthouse suites feature gleaming hardwood floors, ultra-luxurious furnishings, and generous spaces for entertaining in style. In the summer, guests can convert their terrace into an outdoor bed and sleep beneath the Manhattan skyline from their private terrace.
L’and Vineyards, Alentejo, Portugal
Featuring two remote controls, one for opening a blackout layer and the other for opening the glass skylight, the Skyview suites offer ceilings that are completely open to the sky. The benefits of sleeping outside don’t end there. In addition to the indoor garden, the suites feature a large terrace with a fireplace, a private patio, and a plunge pool.
A boutique retreat, L’AND Vineyards combines modern architecture and nature to provide sober luxury and natural beauty, as well as a tranquil atmosphere. The estate has 30 suites and villas.
Set in the heart of Alentejo, the hotel is distinguished by Márcio Kogan’s interiors, Promontório’s architecture, and Michael Biberstein’s art. There are gastronomic excursions in the restaurant, rejuvenation at the Vinotherapy spa and you can sleep beneath the stars on the sky suites among the vineyards at L’AND Vineyards.
Las Ventanas al Paraíso, Los Cabos, Mexico
Our final hotel with open-air rooms is Las Ventanas al Paraíso. Try booking one of the penthouse suites at this luxury hotel to fully experience the outside experience. A king-size bed is on each terrace, so guests can enjoy the sunrise, sunset, and everything in between.
The dramatic coastline of Los Cabos, combining sun, sand, and sea creates Las Ventanas al Paraíso. This Rosewood Resort consistently redefines luxury and pleasure through unparalleled service and attentiveness. An architectural and artistic masterpiece, this remarkable resort stands out for its constant pursuit of perfection and daily pursuit of betterment.
As one of Los Cabos’ most exquisite resorts, Las Ventanas offers a breathtaking landscape design that contributes to the tranquil ambiance of this luxurious resort. Las Ventanas is nestled into the natural slopes and contours of the land to blend in with the local ambiance. White sands and ocean surf are reflected in the exterior color scheme.
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