Life’s too short to spend it cooped up in your home so when you finally have the courage, time and money to go somewhere fun, make sure these five hotels are on your go-to list. We promise the adventures you share in the countries they’re in are no less fun than the hotel’s sleeping arrangements!

1.  Natura Vive SkyLodge, Peru

Nature’s daredevils will get a thrill out of sleeping in this hotel, where “rooms” are suspended on a cliffside and all meals are served al-fresco. This Peruvian hanging lodge is the first of its kind and is sure to make a memories that will last a lifetime.



2. Treebones Resort, California, USA

Sleep like a peaceful bird in Treebone resort’s “Human Nest”, which is exactly what it sounds like. This woven nest is made with hundreds of pieces of interlaced branches set on an elevated platform, giving guests a gorgeous view of California’s Big Sur coastline as well as the stars above.



3. Costa Verde Hotel, Costa Rica

This spectacular hotel is set deep in Costa Rica’s bountiful jungle, where some of the rooms and bars are in a beautifully refurbished 1965 Boeing 727 airplane. The plane was salvaged from San Jose’s airport resting area and given a new lease on life by serving as a unique hotel.



4. Hotel Kakslauttanen, Finland

If you’re not one to embark on tropical vacations and would rather spend your days dog sledding and playing in the snow, look no further than Finland’s stunning Hotel Kakslauttanen. This hotel has quite a few accommodations to choose from, but one of their most popular would have to be their roomy igloos which feature glass ceilings so guests can have an unobstructed view of the starry sky at night.


5. Jules’ Undersea Lodge, Florida, USA

Finally, for those of you who love the water (and hold a SCUBA certification) Jules’ Undersea Lodge in Key Largo, Florida is definitely the place for you. You’ll need to dive 21 feet underwater to even reach your room but once you enter it, you’ll be happily rewarded with plenty of amenities and an underwater view like no other place in the world.