Smith Cabin

Set on the backside of Aspen Mountain, the Smith Cabin is a rustic getaway with unparalleled views. Thanks to its location, you get a unique perspective of the surrounding mountains and the ghost town of Ashcroft. The house itself sleeps up to nine people in three bedrooms, has an inviting, open kitchen/living area with fireplace, and extends outside onto a spacious deck. Depending on the season, there are plenty of outdoor activities like hiking and skiing nearby, and downtown Aspen is just a 35-minute drive away.

  • Fordypningsrommet Fleinvaer Cabins

    No shops. No people. No worries. Located in Norway's Arctic archipelago, the Fordypningsrommet Fleinvaer Cabins are a real escape from everyday life. The island is comprised of nine "houses," only four of which are meant for sleeping. A tower house serves as a site for inspiration and is joined by dedicated structures for the kitchen, studio, sauna, and bath. There's also a cave near the sauna's pier that can be slept in, and in total there's enough room for up to 12 people or way more than you should probably bring along if you're looking to take full advantage of the solitude.

    Photos: Kathrine Sørgård & Fredrik Asplin / Fordypningsrommet

  • Il Sereno Hotel

    Set along the shores of Italy's Lake Como, the Il Sereno Hotel is a modern getaway in an old world setting. Each of the hotel's 30 suites offers floor-to-ceiling windows to better take in the waterfront views, contemporary furnishings, walk-in showers, and outdoor terraces. Also on site are a full-service spa, located under original, century-old arches, a 60-foot freshwater infinity pool, a restaurant, a private beach, and a dock. Be sure to make use of the latter by arriving on one of the hotel's three custom Riva boats.

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