A beautiful guide to the world's most remote, peaceful and luxurious hotels, from all corners of the earth. In a time of distraction and fragmentation, people need to put some distance between themselves and the modern-day world in order to get back to the roots of their essence. Remote Places to Stay offers the intrepid, dissatisfied soul with 22 places away from this world, where you can switch off completely. Many of these places are hard to get to, some only by foot, others only by train, boat or bush planes. But all of them have one factor in common: they offer you space for yourself. From the luxurious to the basic, from the Arctic north to desert landscapes in Africa, from an elegant refuge in the Himalayas to an abandoned village in Italy - leave your daily life behind you, at least for a while.



ISBN: 9783899559866
Audience: General
Format: Hardback
Number of Pages: 312
Publication Date: 27 Aug 2019
Publisher: Die Gestalten Verlag
Publication City, Country: Berlin, Germany
Dimensions (cm): 27(H) x 20.5(L)



"During a decade of almost non-stop travel, journalist Debbie Pappyn and photographer David De Vleeschauwer have stayed in more than 1,000 lodgings around the world." -- TELEGRAPH
"Reveals the best far-flung hotels" -- THE TIMES MAGAZINE
"When it comes to fuelling wanderlust in 2020 you won't find anything better." -- GIFT GUIDE THE RED BULLETIN
"explores some unique sanctuaries at the 'end of the world'." -- BBC DESIGNED UK
"A new book showcases 22 off-the-grid lodges and resorts." -- WALL STREET JOURNAL
"This is the new luxury for travelers." -- LA REPUBBLICA ITALY
Perfect for digital detox." -- WIRED UK


Remote Places to Stay: The Most Unique Hotels at the End of the World

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