Hanging off the side of a mountain 400 meters above Peru's Sacred Valley, the Natura Vive Skylodge is among the more daring accommodations you'll find. Each of the three individual suites measures 24' x 8', with four beds, a dining area, a private bathroom, and 300-degree views thanks to aluminum and polycarbonate construction. To get there, you'll need to climb Via Ferrata or take a zipline hike, but either way, you'll enjoy a snack during the ascent, a gourmet dinner with wine, and breakfast in the morning, which you can choose to eat inside your capsule or outside in the brisk mountain air.
Most travelers are thrilled to get back home after a stay on the road. But what if your hotel room actually felt like home? That's the goal of the Roost Apartment Hotel. This Midtown Philly hotel was constructed with comfort in mind, and as a result offer fully-furnished and -equipped studio, one, and two-bedroom apartments instead of rooms. Features include full-size kitchens, walk-in rainfall showers, king size beds, and decor that's far more refined than what you'd find at your typical extended stay. Available for both weekly and monthly accommodations.