Unforgettable Hotel Experiences For Your Bucket List

You know how some people have lists of all the places they would like to see before they die? Sounds exhausting. Some of these places are in the middle of mountain trails or desserts, hard to get to, and without any of the modern amenities that mark human civilization. For those of you who prefer resting in a hotel to a strenuous hike up a mountain for a holiday, here are some essential hotel experiences that you should have before you die:
Swim in a Special Pool
Every country has one hotel with a weird (read: special) pool. It may be an infinity pool, it may be an underwater pool or it may be made from a natural spring. Most special pools are separated from the rest of the hotel property by high quality fencing to prevent any disturbances from the hotel side and you should be able to enjoy the experience to your heart’s content.
Don’t forget to post a picture to social media when you’re done, and watch out for the frameless glass pool fencing – it’ll flash.
The 360° View Restaurant
Some hotels are lucky enough to be high enough in the sky for this. The Burj al Arab hotel in Dubai, Arab Emirates is famous for its restaurant that offers a 360° view. Food tastes extra special when mixed in with the thinner air and heady rush of being hundreds of feet above ground. Unlike the pool however, these restaurants also come with a hefty price tag so don’t forget to check your bank account before you leave for a meal. Make sure your selfie encapsulates the magnificent view and the restaurant – you might wanna go for a 360° panorama instead.
The Treetop Room
Nature lodges have begun experimenting with tree house rooms for their guests, and the gusts seem to love it! The rooms are built on sturdy branches with planks for the floor and the walls will be either logs or a wooden frame covered in opaque netting or gunny material. One side of the cube shaped room is usually left open (or opened if desired) to make way for the bird’s eye view. The best news is that unlike traditional tree houses, these tree house rooms have all the modern amenities like bathrooms with hot and cold water and even TV. Air conditioning may or may not be available, depending on the hotel. Most nature hotels in South Asia that have tree house rooms prefer to simply use ceiling fans and a mosquito net suspended over the bed.