Jules’ Undersea Lodge
Key Largo, Florida
When guests visit Jules’ Undersea Lodge in Key Largo, Florida, they discover that the name is no marketing gimmick. Just to enter the Lodge, one must actually scuba dive 21 feet beneath the surface of the sea. Jules’ really is underwater. Diving through the tropical mangrove habitat of the Emerald Lagoon and approaching the world’s only underwater hotel is quite an experience. Even from the outside, Jules’ big 42 inch round windows cast a warm invitation to come in and stay a while, relax and get to know the underwater world that so few of us have even visited.
Entering through an opening in the bottom of the habitat, the feeling is much like discovering a secret underwater clubhouse. The cottage sized building isn’t short on creature comforts: hot showers, a well stocked kitchen (complete with refrigerator and microwave), books, music, and video movies. And of course there are cozy beds, where guests snuggle up and watch the fish visit the windows of their favorite underwater “terrarium”. Jules’ Undersea Lodge manages to reach a perfect balance of relaxation and adventure.
Guests sometimes describe their visit to inner space as the most incredible experience of their lives. One couple decided on a career change after visiting Jules’ Undersea Lodge, and they now operate Aquanauts’ Dive Shop. Another couple named their baby after Jules’, when they later discovered their recently conceived child had accompanied them in their wonderful adventure in undersea living.
Kokopelli's Cave Bed & Breakfast
3204 Crestridge Drive
Farmington, New Mexico
Kokopelli's Cave Bed & Breakfast is a privately owned luxury cliff dwelling located north of Farmington, New Mexico near the Mesa Verde National Monument.From the cave and the cliff tops you have an unparalleled view of beautiful southwest sunsets over the four states of the Four Corners area.
This 1,650 square foot, one-bedroom cave home carved from a 65-million year old sandstone formation 280 feet above the La Plata River is furnished with plush carpeting, Southwestern style furniture and accents, hot and cold running water, a well-appointed kitchen including microwave and washer/dryer, cascading waterfall-style shower, and a flagstone hot tub!
King Pacific Lodge
British Columbia, Canada
King Pacific Lodge, A Rosewood Resort, was named the world's number one wilderness lodge for 2006 by prestigious Andrew Harper's Hideaway Report.
The publication's annual "Hideaways of the Year" awards single out the world's most captivating hideaway hotels and resorts for special recognition. In the Special Awards category, King Pacific Lodge was named "Wilderness Lodge of the Year."
The awards are based on a combination of property evaluations and firsthand guest experiences by Hideaway Report readers. The publications' readers are sophisticated and discriminating frequent travelers, about 85 percent with the title of President, CEO, Owner or Partner, and 90 percent having traveled outside the U.S. for business and leisure during the past 12 months. The variety of awards given out annually by the Hideaway Report are among the oldest in the travel industry and widely considered among the most consistent, reliable and respected.
King Pacific Lodge is a one-of-a-kind luxury floating wilderness lodge anchored in a sheltered harbor along the shores of Princess Royal Island in the Great Bear Rainforest of British Columbia. Guests enjoy interpretative hikes, sea kayaking, beach combing, heli-hiking, whale watching, wildlife viewing, star gazing, floatplane tours, fly-tying instruction, cultural tours with the indigenous Gitga'at, searches to view the rare cream-colored 'Spirit Bear,' saltwater trolling, fly-fishing and remote freshwater heli fly-fishing. Guests return from the activities to their beautifully appointed, comfortable accommodations and gourmet meals paired with award-winning wines.
King Pacific Lodge has 17 rooms and suites and is open from May through October. For more information and reservations, contact King Pacific Lodge at 888.592.5464, or visit the web site at
Dog Bark Park/Inn Bed & Breakfast
2421 Business Hwy 95 at the Dog
Cottonwood, ID 83522
Phone: 208 962-3647
Being in the doghouse is a good thing at Dog Bark Park Inn Bed & Breakfast! Sleep inside the world’s biggest beagle with all the comforts of home. This bed & breakfast is a dog outside. Inside, it is a charming escape from the ordinary – from the twenty-six carved dogs on the queen headboard to a cozy loft room in the dog’s head, to dog-shaped cookies on the pillow. Breakfast includes home-baked pastries, Prairie’s Best Fruited Granola, fruit, cheeses, yogurts, bagels, and more!
Enjoy prairie views and starry nights from the second story deck. Play a game with your partner or the kids; snuggle up with a book from the inn’s extensive collection of reading materials, games and puzzles. During the day, take a jet boat tour into nearby Hell’s Canyon, visit a wolf center, learn about the Nez Perce Indian history & culture, go horseback riding, or explore around. Idaho’s famous ‘big dog’ is an unforgettable experience.
Pitched at an altitude of 1400m, the award winning Whitepod camp consists of nine pods (dome shaped tents) and a main lodge. Access to the camp is on foot or skis.
Choose between one of three pods: the Expedition Pod, the Pavilion Pod and the Group Pod.
Each pod serves as a bedroom, designed for double or single occupancy (except the Group Pod which sleeps up to eight guests). Heated by a wood burning stove and insulated with the latest technology, they are wonderfully warm day and night.
Wake up to a majestic Alpine panorama... immersed in nature, discover and appreciate the beauty of the Alps from the comfort of your own pod. Fall asleep in the soft glow of oil lamps, snuggled under organic bedding and sheep skin throws - experience the physical and spiritual well-being that Whitepod seeks to nurture.
The main lodge, beautifully refurbished using local materials, houses the dining room, the lounge and the spa. Enjoy casual dining around the fireplace or, weather permitting, on the terrace overlooking the gardens and the campfire. The spa on the lower ground floor features showers and a sauna.
Located in the heart of the Swiss Alps, the Whitepod resort is inspired by a desire to create a haven of beauty and tranquillity for those seeking to restore tired bodies and jaded spirits.
No busy streets. No crowds. No noisy bars. Nothing but the majesty of the Alps, the breathtaking beauty of the scenery and the silence of unspoilt nature.
The result is an exclusive destination with two choices. The solitude of the Whitepod eco camp, for a maximum of 24 guests at any one time. Or climb higher into the mountains to the Whitepod refuge, standing on the edge of our private ski resort.
Discover traditional food prepared by resident chefs... experience numerous activities catering for any inspiration, relax with a deep tissue massage and a sauna at the end of an active day. Above all, look forward to being immersed in pristine nature - utterly still, unbelievably beautiful.
The Whitepod resort offers a choice of accommodation and activities. For group or individual bookings. Corporate or private. Active or relaxing. Our reservations team is happy to answer your questions seven days a week. Call us on
+41 24 471 38 38 or e-mail us at email@example.com. Website:
Lake George's Boathouse Bed & Breakfast
44 Sagamore Road
Bolton Landing, NY 12814
Phone (518) 644-2554
The Lake George Boathouse Bed & Breakfast is a year round B&B providing convenient access to all the exciting activities the Adirondack Region has to offer. We provide guests with romantic getaway lodging located just minutes north of the village of Lake George, NY. Our bed and breakfast is the only one that is actually located directly on Lake George. Stay with us during the winter and enjoy the cross country or down hill skiing at nearby Gore Mountain and Garnet Hill Lodge. Vacation with us during the fall and enjoy all the beauty of "The Queen of the American Lakes". This romantic bed & breakfast is sure to make your get-a-way to the Adirondacks one that you will not forget.
Built in 1917 as the summer home of speed boat racer and gold cup recipient George Reis, the term "boathouse" does not do it justice. This famous and unique Bed & Breakfast has been featured in Adirondack Life, Motor Boating and Sailing, The Great and the Gracious, Adirondack Style, and Unique Homes.
Completely renovated, this luxurious Lake George Bed & Breakfast located on Millionaires Row, with it’s breathtaking views will make you feel like you’ve been on a cruise without ever leaving shore. Sit back, stretch your legs, sip a cool drink and enjoy a beautiful sunset from our Adirondack chairs.
The romantic Boathouse Bed & Breakfast is located in the town of Bolton Landing, and is within walking distance to the world famous Sagamore Hotel. Staying at the Boathouse entitles you to some of the fine amenities of the Sagamore resort. This includes a full 18 hole golf course, indoor pool, fitness center, spa and many gourmet restaurants including the Club Grill, a New York Steak House. From the Boathouse you can take a short stroll to restaurants, shops, beaches, tennis, hiking, boating and fishing. In the winter snow shoeing and snow mobiling are within a short drive.
Capsule Inn Akihabara
6-9 Akihabara Taito-ku
A Capsule hotel is a unique style of accommodation in Japan,
inspired by the pursuit of efficiency of space and
functional comfort, originating from the adaptive, creative
spirit of the Japanese mind.
A typical Capsule Hotel is composed of two major sections; a
public lounge space including bathing, and the other is a
private space where the sleeping rooms (capsules) are
arranged. The actual sleeping room is a capsule unit made of
reinforced plastic and designed in the image of a jet
airplane's cockpit. In the capsule unit, all the required
amenities are provided; TV, radio, alarm clock, adjustable
lighting... almost everything is provided! Every device is
within your reach and you can control everything in a
Hotel im Wasserturm
North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Phone: +49 221 200 80
unique, a one-of-a-kind experience – the Hotel im Wasserturm,
international luxury hotel in what used to be Europe’s
largest water tower, is one of the most unusual hotels in
Germany. Classified as a heritage site, you will find an
extraordinary interior design of timeless modernity behind
its 130 year-old walls. Designed by the interior designer
Andrée Putman, the first-class hotel was opened in 1990 and
today presents itself in an elegant style.
The form of a tower – it’s a symbol for a kind of refuge,
protection and safety that is not confining, but rather
gives you a great sense of spaciousness and generosity. The
imposing 11 meters high entrance hall with its catwalks
alone will give you that impression. One step outside – and
already you are right in the middle of the pulsating life of
the city. One step back – and you feel safe in your “own”