6 Amazing Resorts to Put on Your Bucket List

When traveling, make sure you stay at one of these resorts. (Screenshot/YouTube)
When traveling, make sure you stay at one of these resorts. (Screenshot/YouTube)

Everyone loves to travel at some point in their lives, and when you do you might want to stay at a really nice resort.

Here are my top six resorts to try if you ever get adventurous.

Wickaninnish Inn in Tofino, Canada

The Wickaninnish Inn website writes that “it offers direct access to Chesterman Beach, and panoramic ocean or beach views from every guest room. We also have 75 deluxe guest rooms and suites (with fireplace, soaker tub and individual balcony), and a 720 sq. ft. meeting/banquet room (accommodating up to 60 people). The Pointe Restaurant seats 75 and our full-service Ancient Cedars Spa is a destination spa offering extensive body and esthetic treatments.”

Experience the Wickaninnish Inn Tofino:

The Manta Resort—Pemba Island

Manta Resort writes: “Just to be clear: This is a remote island off the east coast of Africa, and probably as far away from civilization you might ever find yourself. The Manta Resort is not a 5 star luxury resort and certainly different to what you might find on other tropical islands. If you’re expecting bling bling bling, you will be disappointed. If you however are looking for serenity, close encounters with nature, and a close knit family of people, we look forward to sharing our island with you.”

The Manta Resort, Pemba, Zanzibar:

Adrère Amellal in Siwa, Egypt

Adrère Amellal writes on its website: “The boundless Sahara: infinite skies above vast lakes and endless dunes, the whisper of the wind through the palm groves and the trickle of flowing water. A history of thousands of years, the mythical and godlike Alexander the Great, Pharaoh in the Oasis. Nature at its most pure and uncontaminated, and a welcoming reception in a hotel built so that all of this can come together as the joy of living.”

Siwa Oasis, Egypt Safari:

Amangiri Resort in Canyon Point, Utah

The Amangiri Resort says: “Amangiri (peaceful mountain) is located on 600 acres in Canyon Point, Southern Utah, close to the border with Arizona. The resort is tucked into a protected valley with sweeping views towards the Grand Staircase—Escalante National Monument. Built around a central swimming pool with spectacular views, the resort blends into its dramatic surrounds where deep canyons and towering plateaus create a raw landscape of immense power. Amangiri’s Aman Spa features a flotation therapy pavilion, water pavilion with sauna, steam room, cold plunge and step pool, fitness center and yoga pavilion.

Amangiri Luxury Resort Hotel in Canyon Point, Utah:

Conrad Maldives Rangali Island in the Maldives

Cornard Maldives Rangali Island says “it is focused on providing the most value for money by giving you a list of activities to do on your stay there. It has everything covered from the scenic views, the best restaurants offering exquisite wining and dining along with many other activities. There are many things that will leave you speechless when staying here, especially the first restaurant made entirely from glass under the sea.”

Day in the life at Conrad Maldives Rangali Island:

Icehotel in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden

The Icehotel writes: “The original ICEHOTEL, Sweden, was founded in 1989. It’s an art exhibition and hotel made of natural ice and snow from one of Europe’s last wild rivers, 200 km north of the Arctic Circle. Life enriching moments,this is the world’s first ICEHOTEL and we’ve made it our mission to create life enriching experiences, in Jukkasjärvi and beyond. The walls, floors, and ceilings of the hotel are the canvases of designers from all creative disciplines. The artists and art work vary from year to year, each rendition of the hotel presenting an ephemeral collection. The hotel melts and returns to Mother Nature in spring.”

Discovering Ice Hotel (Jukkasjärvi):

If you have been somewhere you really enjoyed or have stayed at one of these resorts, leave a comment below.

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