Deplar Farm

Surrounded by the rugged landscapes and icy fjords of northern Iceland's Troll Peninsula, the Deplar Farm provides adventure by day and top-of-the-line accommodations at night. The resort occupies a former sheep farm and retains that rustic charm throughout with local river stone, black timber cladding, and a grass-sodded roof. Although the nights are short, the 13 en suite rooms feature king beds, remote-controlled blackout blinds, and views of the surrounding lakes and rivers. You can admire the surrounding mountains with a Viking cocktail from behind the lounge's floor-to-ceiling glazed, or get out and experience them for yourself while heli-skiing or snowmobiling. Relaxing is also on the agenda with a full spa and nightly viewings of the Northern Lights in their geothermal infinity pool.

  • Cayo Espanto

    Just off the coast of Belize, Cayo Espanto offers all the perks of a private island without actually having to own it. The resort consists of just seven villas, each situated so that guests will feel like they're the only ones around. They range from one-bedroom beachfront to an overwater bungalow with a glass-bottom floor. Regardless of your choice, every villa includes its own plunge pool, private dock with lounge chairs, and a strip of white-sand beach. A custom menu is crafted specifically to each guest by the on-site chefs and is served in your own dining room or veranda. Along with a spa, the island also hosts some of the best snorkeling and scuba diving thanks to the world's second largest barrier reef.

  • The Brando

    Set on an island owned by The Godfather himself, The Brando brings luxury and sustainability to the Pacific. The private atoll is made up of a cluster of small islets surrounding a central lagoon. The resort is located on the main island and is comprised of 35 villas, ranging from one to three bedrooms. Resembling Polynesian huts, each space features a king-size bed, sitting room, media room, outdoor bathtub, private plunge pool, and views of the lagoon. A pair of restaurants serves a mix of Polynesian-inspired dishes and classic French fare from Guy Martin of Paris' Michelin two star restaurant Le Grand Véfour. With its diverse range of birds and marine life, opportunities to explore both the land and sea are a plenty, whether it be snorkeling, paddle boarding, kayaking, or on a Polynesian outrigger canoe.

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