Oct. 26, 2020
The "tent hotel" placed in the wilderness is the representative of the wild luxury hotel and the origin of this concept. The “wildness” in the region gives it natural beauty, and the “luxury” in the material breaks the concept of material scarcity in the mountains and the land. Even if the people are inaccessible, there must be luxurious and comfortable material enjoyment. At the same time, this “luxury” is also spiritual The "luxury" of the above, the creators are satisfied with the desire to return to nature, and bring unique and unforgettable vacation experience to the residents.
To reach the Four Seasons Tented Camp in the Golden Triangle of Thailand, a ferry is the only way, which makes the Golden Triangle, which was originally mysterious enough, a little more anticipated. The wooden boat travels on the Lok River, two different countries on both sides, Thailand on one side, Myanmar on the other, and further on are the long-standing Mekong River and Laos.
This is the smallest Four Seasons hotel in the world. It consists of 15 glamping tents. Between the tents and tents, there are towering old trees as a natural barrier, which is private and quiet. Each tent is not just a number, but has its own name, such as Elephant tent; Hilltribe ten, Opium tent, Butterfly tent, and are mostly named after the names of local hill tribes, animals, and plants. Not only do the rooms have different views, but they also have their own names. Decorate with personalized colors and matching furniture.
I live in the Culinary Arts tent No. 3 tent. It has a great river view and can clearly see the waterway and Myanmar on the opposite bank. The room uses a lot of decorations related to "cooking", such as one on the bedside table. An artwork made of traditional food molds, and there is a beautiful copper tea set on the desk. My friend lived in tent No. 13 named Explorer, and all the design elements of the room were instantly full of wildness and passion: compass, detector, logbook, and two poles hanging on both sides of the bedside wall. As if returning to the era of European aristocrats exploring and hunting in the jungle.
Except for the heavy wooden gate, each tent has transparent plastic walls on all four sides, and you can see the undulating valley in front. The designer Bill Bensley's intention is obviously to extend the advantages here to the extreme. The "wall" is spliced by zippers. , Including the balcony "floor-to-ceiling windows" and the bathroom and toilet doors, making people feel that in such a place that blends with nature, chain doors are redundant. The moment you walk into the tent, everyone’s eyes will be attracted by the retro bathtub made of copper with a hammer in the middle. The yellow inside and carved shapes are extremely expensive. It is an out-and-out piece of art. You can’t wait to jump in immediately. Immerse yourself in its embrace. In addition, the classic washbasin uses an ivory switch, and all the furniture and tableware are also full of art, making the entire space extremely comfortable. It is also a kind of enjoyment to be awakened by birds and birds of unknown species around every morning.
Located in the vast red desert of Australia, while enjoying five-star accommodation, watch the sunset and sunrise of Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Coincidentally, this resort is just on the 131-degree line of the earth's longitude. The entire resort is located on a separate sand dune. There are 15 tent-shaped suites. Each tented suite here is named after the 15 pioneers who first found this place. The memorabilia of their achievements are also displayed inside.
Each tent has a unique bathroom, and the roof is composed of three layers of materials, which have good sound insulation and heat insulation functions. The hotel receives only 30 guests per day, and the environmental facilities will never live up to this "limited" title, including restaurants, bars, libraries, lounges, and a swimming pool, providing an unforgettable luxury outdoor camping holiday experience.
Located in Telluride, Colorado, USA, it is located outside an ancient ghost town. It is a top luxury resort, and it is also ranked as the number one integrated resort in the United States by Trip Advisor. There are eight luxurious canvas tents, which can only accommodate up to 44 passengers per day. Here, in summer you can walk, read, bike, fish and climb mountains; in winter you can ski. In addition, visitors can also visit the vineyards and experience the abundant local wild mushrooms and farm vegetables.
The Lhasa Bro National Park, located in northern India, is only open from October to May of the following year. This is the best time to watch wild animals. I Khas means "calm" and "special" in Sanskrit. Just like the name, this unique resort has 10 luxurious tent rooms, and another 3 tents are restaurants, lounges and spa rooms. They are all unique Indian Mughal styles. Living here, you will feel the wild beauty of North India up close.
The highest tent resort hotel in the world, the Geladan Tented Camp Resort is located in the Geladan grassland west of Lijiang. The Geladan grassland is located in Shigu Town, the first bay of the Yangtze River, east of the Yulong Snow Mountain in Lijiang, and Danxia landform, the core scenic area of Laojun Mountain National Park. To the west of the Normady Grand Canyon, the entire grassland covers an area of over 45 square kilometers, and the tent camp is located in the center of the Gradan grassland. There are seven different styles of tent residences in the Gradan Tented Camp. Each tent is equipped with comfortable bathroom facilities. All toiletries are made of environmentally friendly organic products. The interior design emphasizes adding a warm atmosphere while incorporating local ethnic cultural elements. And other details.
This is a good place to watch and photograph animals. The camp is in the style of the British Edwardian era. The tents are decorated in the original local style, with old-fashioned cameras and hand-cranked phonographs, which are full of the old style. There are 25 tents, 2 restaurants, and 1 bar in the camp. The thoughtful service here attracts nearby hippos to "buy drunk."
Wowidans Dune Camp is located in the Namib Rand Nature Reserve in the west of Namibia. There are 5 different types of camps scattered in the valleys and sand dunes, all made of local wood and canvas. The open space design makes it easy for guests. Get close to nature. This is also the principle of campsites. They don't let guests have any sense of estrangement or the so-called "safe distance". What they want is to let people fully integrate into this pure natural space. The room is furnished with European classical style furniture, African style decoration, clean sheets and curtains, and complete bathroom equipment. Let the guests fully integrate into this desert world.
Here you can try hunting and take a hot air balloon. If you want to go to more remote places, you can go to a place called Private Camp two miles away, where your cabin is the only man-made landscape.
Located on the eastern edge of Udawalwe National Park in Sri Lanka, the hotel offers tents with modern private bathroom facilities, a bed, and a private patio. Guests can enjoy a private jungle dining experience and barbecue dishes served by the campfire every night.
The national park is famous for its elephants and various birds. This all-inclusive safari includes an experienced naturalist, a well-maintained jeep, and all relevant permits for the safari drive.
This hotel looks like a fish, and the most eye-catching thing is to drag a long white sandbar to the southwest, like a fish's tail thorn. The fish’s body cleverly forms a square. The six tents on the island are distributed in three directions: south, west, and north, starting from the south in a clockwise direction, and number one to six, with two rooms in each direction. In addition to three meals and non-alcoholic beverages, the room rate also includes different sea activities in the morning and evening, such as snorkeling guide, sunset cruise, dolphins hunting, sea fishing at night, and early morning, Manta sighting, and other activities.
Located in Jervis Bay, known for its white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters, on the south coast of Sydney, the hotel is composed of 12 giant tents. At the beginning of its establishment, it fully considered the perfect protection of the natural environment, vegetation, and birdlife of the site. All tents are hung between trees, which not only minimizes the impact of civil engineering on the landform but also makes full use of the sea breeze for ventilation.
In addition to traditional marine sports, guests can see whales traveling north in early summer and late autumn, overlooking the beautiful bay, play a round of golf, and wine lovers can go to taste the neighboring winery's reputation day Long’s New World Wine.